GUILT Sneak Peeks: Grace is Branded an “American Psycho”
BY The Screen Spy Team
Published 5 years ago
Stan has his work cut out in Guilt’s second episode as damning revelations about Grace Atwood come out, much to the delight of the British tabloid press.
The episode, titled “#AmericanPsycho” sees an insidious blackmail video surfacing of Grace attacking Molly, prompting Stan to go on the offensive in order to stop the blackmailer.
Given the heat on Grace, Stan warns her not to attend Molly’s memorial, but she sneaks out anyway – only to end up looking like a callous murderer in the unforgiving eyes of the British press.
When Grace’s step-father James (guest star Anthony Head, Buffy the Vampire Slayer), turns up, Grace is momentarily relieved. However, his presence soon causes family friction as Natalie becomes suspicious of his evasive behavior and begins looking into his own connection to Molly.
Meanwhile, Molly’s brother Patrick’s quest to avenge his sister’s brutal death leads to an explosive confrontation with one of the prime suspects in her murder.
We’ve got three new sneak peek clips from the episode to share below.
Catch the action Monday June 20 (9:00 – 10:00 p.m. EDT), on Freeform.
The episode “#AmericanPsycho” was written by Kathryn Price and Nichole Millard, and directed by Gary Fleder.
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.