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Tonight on the Guilt finale, we find out who killed Molly Ryan, but not without raising the body count even more.
This week on Guilt, Grace Atwood’s murder trial begins — and so does the fight to keep Prince Theo in the suspect pool. In case you weren’t assuming this already, the Crown in “Crown v. Atwood” is ready to throw around a lot of muscle to protect one of their own — even if it means Grace is sacrifice in the process
Natalie and Stan will stop at nothing to exonerate Grace; Prince Theo can no longer keep his fantasy life a secret; the search for Molly Ryan’s killer starts drawing to a conclusion.
This week on Guilt, Molly Ryan’s murder case makes no move towards closing as each suspect remains just as viable as the next — that is, except the one who dies tonight.
Gwendolyn Hall takes advantage of Luc’s drug arrest to try and get him to turn on Grace, Grace and Natalie make a case break of their own, and we meet two new viable suspects with very viable motives.
Grace is rescued from a paparazzi onslaught by a stranger with ulterior motives; Natalie becomes entangled with D.S. Bruno; Patrick closes in on the connection between Molly and the sex club.
Tonight on Guilt, drugs threaten to come between Luc and Grace and Patrick might be the first to close in on a real lead in the investigation of Molly Ryan’s murder.
This week on Guilt, Grace falls victim to cyberbullying with disastrous results while Scotland Yard scrambles to save their prime suspect in the Molly Ryan case and figure out who shot him.
Stan must stop a particularly damning video of Grace before it gets to the press; Molly’s brother Patrick will stop at nothing to get justice; Grace and Luc attend Molly’s memorial service with devastating consequences.