NATALIE STRUGGLES WITH HER DOUBTS ABOUT GRACE'S INNOCENCE
AS THE CASE AGAINST HER SISTER MOUNTS
ON AN ALL-NEW EPISODE OF 'GUILT'
AIRING MONDAY, AUGUST 1, ON FREEFORM
Natalie doubts her sister's innocence for the first time on an all-new episode of "Guilt," airing MONDAY, AUGUST 1 (9:00 - 10:00 p.m. EDT), on Freeform.
As the Molly Ryan murder case ramps up, the case against Grace has never looked worse. Natalie reveals to Stan that Molly worked as a prostitute at The Courtenay, and that Grace may have as well. Stan buries any Courtenay connection to Grace, but tips off the press to Molly's connection to this dark, dangerous world. Natalie confronts Grace with what she's discovered and, if anything, leaves even more disturbed by her sister's potential guilt - especially after Bruno shows her a tape of Grace planting evidence. But before giving up on her sister completely, Natalie turns to an unlikely source for information about Molly's murder.
Meanwhile, Prince Theo's lies begin to unravel as Charlotte finds a surprising way to confront him about his dead "dog" named 'Molly,' and Kaley discovers that Theo is her mysterious Gentleman 33. Roz finds herself in over her head with both Stan and Finch. Later, Grace is forced to make a desperate move to protect herself.
"A Fall from Grace" was written by Fredrick Kotto and directed by Mairzee Almas. 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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