Is Guilt based on a true story?

HIT BBC black comedy Guilt is returning for a explosive season 2.

But some fans have been wondering if the gripping storyline is based on a true story.

Is Guilt based on a true story?

Although the story could ring try for some, the show isn't based on real life events.

The series centres around a hit and run, and the ramifications of what goes with committing this type of crime.

The cast of the black comedy is headlined by Humans star Mark Bonnar and Chernobyl's Jamie Sives.

Interestingly, the pairboth went to school together.

What is Guilt about?

The show begins with two brothers, Max and Jake, in a car returning from a wedding.

When they accidentally run over and kill an elderly man on an Edinburgh street, they make the decision to try to cover up the crime.

As the show progresses, the brothers’ difficulties intensify and the story opens up to bring in other characters and storylines, within a narrative theme of guilt

When can I watch Guilt?

Season 2 kicks off on BBC One tonight (October 14, 2021) at 9pm on BBC One.

You can catch up with season 1 on the BBC iPlayer right now.

Season 2 episode's will also be on the iPlayer after they've aired.

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