LUC IS PUT UNDER PRESSURE TO GIVE UP GRACE
AS SHE WORKS ON HER OWN BACKUP PLAN
ON AN ALL-NEW EPISODE OF 'GUILT' AIRING MONDAY, JULY 25, ON FREEFORM
Crown prosecutor Gwendolyn puts the pressure on Luc to give up Grace, while Grace and Roz come up with a plan to plant evidence on a likely suspect, on an all-new episode of "Guilt," airing MONDAY, JULY 25 (9:00 - 10:00 p.m. EDT), on Freeform.
While Luc is on lockdown at the police station, Gwen tries to finally get the piece of information she has been desperately looking for to link Grace to Molly's murder. But, with Luc sticking to his story that he and Grace were on the roof together all night and Stan working every angle to get Luc out, Gwen is running out of time. Detective Bruno decides to jump in to play good cop and is shocked by what he discovers. Grace teams up with Roz to deflect suspicion off of Grace by planting evidence on a new suspect with ties to The Courtenay sex club. They recruit Natalie to seduce Finch as a distraction, but Natalie may be in over her head when Finch takes her sexy flirtation seriously.
Meanwhile, after putting himself in danger by upsetting the wrong people while delving into Molly's past, Patrick turns to an unlikely ally, Kaley, who is having a harder and harder time denying her attraction to him. And Prince Theo's lies start to unravel when he accidentally lets something slip, leading his fiancée Charlotte to suspect he's hiding something.
"A Simple Plan" was written by Elle Triedman and directed by Elizabeth Allen Rosenbaum. This program carries a TV-14 DLSV parental guideline.
"Guilt" stars Billy Zane ("Titanic") as Stan Gutterie, Daisy Head ("The Syndicate") as Grace Atwood, Emily Tremaine ("Vinyl") as Natalie Atwood, Cristian Solimeno ("Rush") as Detective Sergeant Alex Bruno, Naomi Ryan ("Guardians of the Galaxy") as Gwendolyn Hall, Kevin Ryan ("Copper") as Patrick Ryan, Simona Brown ("The Casual Vacancy") as Roz Walters, Zachary Fall ("Crossing Lines") as Luc Pascal and newcomer Sam Cassidy as Prince Theo.
"Guilt" is written, created and executive-produced by Kathryn Price ("The Game Plan") and Nichole Millard ("The Game Plan"). Todd Slavkin ("Defiance") and Darren Swimmer ("Defiance") serve as writing executive producers. Stephen McPherson serves as executive producer with Gary Fleder ("Kingdom," "Scorpion") and Larry Shaw ("Desperate Housewives") as executive producer directors.
"Guilt" is a co-production of Sea to Sky Entertainment (the joint venture between Lionsgate Television and Thunderbird Films) and BV Family Productions, in association with Freeform.
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