BBC award-winning thriller returns in days with Line of Duty icon | The Sun
A BBC thriller is set to return in days and a Line of Duty icon is leading the cast.
Award-winning Guilt is due to hit TV screens later this month following a nail-biting cliffhanger.
The comedy-drama sees Mark Bonnar and Jamie Sives reprise their roles as brothers Max and Jake.
Glasgow-born Mark is no stranger to leaving viewers on the edge of their seats, after playing bent copper Michael Dryden in the Beeb's Line of Duty.
Guilt tells the tale of two very different Scottish brothers, in a frantic bid to evade justice after killing an elderly man.
The final part of the trilogy sees the duo battle old enemies, causing them to seek ever more desperate solutions to their problems.
Also appearing in the star-studded cast are Sara Vickers and Henry Pettigrew
Netflix buffs will know the pair better from controversial royal drama The Crown, in supporting roles as the Queen's governess Marion Crawford and astronaut Neil Armstrong.
And The Gold star Emun Elliot makes a return, we recently revealed the Scots actor looked worlds away from his character in the popular drama.
Unfortunately for loyal fans, the show won't be making a comeback, with the Beeb confirming this will be the third and final series.
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However it's not the only telly hit that's making a comeback, a legendary comedian is returning to screens – just days after his BBC show was axed.
And a business tycoon is set to launch a show to rival the BBC's Dragon's Den.
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