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New faces join cast of hit BBC drama Guilt as filming for second series gets underway

© BBCMark Bonnar filming for Guilt in Glasgow
Mark Bonnar filming for Guilt in Glasgow

Hit drama Guilt is returning for a second series with brand new cast members joining stars Mark Bonnar, Jamie Sives and Emun Elliot.

Filming is underway in Scotland for the multi-award-winning series, with the new faces including Sara Vickers, Phyllis Logan, Stuart Bowman and Ian Pirie.

The second series, comprising of four episodes, picks up the story two years after the dramatic finale.

Characters old and new will battle the consequences of their actions, with producers promising shocking new developments.

Greg McHugh, Rochelle Neil and Sandy McDade will also appear, with the series hitting our screens in 2021.

Mark Bonnar, who plays flawed lawyer Max, said: “I’m completely overjoyed that Guilt is getting a second series!

“Neil Forsyth has crafted four amazing scripts with some cracking new characters and an immensely involving plot, full of twists and turns. He’s really putting us through the mill! And of course, I’m over the moon to be working with Jamie again.

“We’ve assembled a fantastic crew – many returning from series one – and I know they’re just as excited as us to be a part of this wonderful show.”

Writer and Executive Producer Neil Forsyth added: “I’m delighted that we’ve been given the opportunity to continue the Guilt story. Once again, we have an amazing cast and creative team and I can’t wait to see them bring the scripts to life.”

Guilt aired on both BBC Two and on BBC Scotland in 2019. To date, the joint commission has been watched by 3 million people across the UK, with more than half a million of those in Scotland, and it was the most-requested BBC Scotland title on BBC iPlayer during its initial linear run.


Series 1 of Guilt is available now on BBC iPlayer