- 5 reasons Freeform’s new series is your ‘Guilt’-y pleasure for the summer
- June 13, 2016
The definition of guilt is being responsible for wrongdoing or a crime. In the murder of Molly Ryan, many are guilty in different ways, but only one is truly guilty of her murder. When Natalie’s sister Grace (Daisy Head) becomes the prime suspect in her roommate Molly’s murder and popular target for the press and in social media, Natalie (Tremaine) leaves her life in Boston and heads to London to defend her. With the help of an ethically questionable ex-pat lawyer Stan Gutterie (Zane), Natalie starts to question how innocent her sister may really be as more ugly truths start to emerge. In this one-hour soapy drama, the mystery will twist through all layers of London society – from a posh but depraved sex club and all the way up to the Royal Family itself.
Guilt is written, created and executive-produced by Kathryn Price (The Game Plan) and Nichole Millard (The Game Plan). Todd Slavkin and Darren Swimmer (Dominion, Defiance, Smallville) serve as writing executive producers, with Gary Fleder (Kingdom, Scorpion) and Larry Shaw (Desperate Housewives) as executive producer directors. Stephen McPherson serves as executive producer. Guilt is a co-production of Sea to Sky Entertainment and BV Family Productions, in association with Freeform.