Guilt season 2 finally has its US premiere on Sunday, August 28 at 9 PM EST (6 PM PST). It has been quite a wait for some fans of the Scottish thriller that first aired on UK TV in October 2021. Due to existing licensing agreements, Guilt season 2 isn’t available to stream in every country. However, we’ll reveal how and where you can watch it online from any location by using a Virtual Private Network (VPN).
First, we should point out that we’re only recommending official sources for streaming Guilt season 2. Unlicensed streams may be tempting but usually come at a cost. With them, you can expect inferior resolution and increased lag. What’s more, many unauthorized streams end up being taken offline for violating copyright. There’s just no need to waste time on such streams because there are multiple free ways to watch Guilt season 2.
Guilt season 2 is only available to stream on region-locked platforms. Going on vacation? A VPN is required to continue watching via your usual streaming service from home.
How to watch Guilt season 2 online for free with a VPN
A VPN allows you to connect to a server in your home country even if you’re on the other side of the world. This changes your IP address and your virtual location so that when you access your regular streaming service, it will think you’re accessing it from home. Guilt season 2 should no longer be geo-blocked as a result!
Here’s how to stream Guilt season 2from abroad using a VPN:
- To start, you’ll need to sign up with a VPN provider. We recommend NordVPN. However, Surfshark and ExpressVPN are affordable and reliable alternatives.
- You can now download and install the VPN app on the device on which you want to stream Guilt season 2. The above VPNs allow multiple simultaneous connections.
- Log in to the VPN app before connecting to a server located in the US for watching Guilt season 2 on PBS or a server in the UK for streaming it via BBC iPlayer.
- Visit your preferred streaming platform. In the case of PBS, select a live stream to make sure it’s now unblocked. For BBC iPlayer, select an on-demand episode of Guilt season 2, which should now stream without restriction.
- Still blocked? Start by clearing your browser’s cookies to make sure your previous IP address is forgotten. Failing this, you should try connecting to a different server.
Guilt season 2 will air live on PBS. If you don’t want to miss out, it’s well worth testing your VPN connection ahead of time. That way, you can get in touch with your new VPN’s support and troubleshoot any issues you may be having.
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How to watch Guilt season 2 online for free in the US
You can finally watch Guilt season 2 in the US on PBS. This starts with a special two-hour premiere of the first two episodes on August 28. The final two episodes will air on Sunday, September 4 and Sunday, September 11. Best of all, PBS is free to watch. All you need to do is go to PBS to stream live (episodes will also be available to stream on-demand shortly after their live broadcast). There’s no need to sign in or sign up for an account.
PBS is only available in the US, which means that a VPN is required to watch from overseas. This is as simple as connecting to a VPN server located in the country to get a US IP address. Not sure which VPN to try? It’s worth knowing that NordVPN is risk-free because it includes a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Where else can I watch Guilt season 2 online?
The first season of Guilt was broadcast in many countries worldwide. If we haven’t covered your country below, don’t worry. Guilt season 2 may already be available on the same service where season 1 was shown.
Having already premiered in the UK towards the back end of 2021, it’s easy to watch Guilt season 2 in the UK. It’s available to stream for free on BBC iPlayer. However, unlike PBS, you do have to sign up for a free account. This requires providing some personal details including your email address, date of birth, and country. You also need to enter a UK postal code, although any is accepted without issue.
BBC iPlayer content is geo-restricted outside the UK. To continue streaming as normal while abroad, connect to a VPN server in the UK. You’ll then have a UK IP address.
In Australia, you can find Guilt season 2 on Foxtel. If you’re already a Foxtel cable customer, you can sign in to your account to watch. Otherwise, there’s the option of Foxtel Now, a standalone subscription service where Guilt is available on the BBC First channel. This requires you to purchase the Essentials pack ($25 AUD a month) as well as the Drama add-on ($10/month) for a total of $35 monthly. A 10-day free trial is available for new customers.
There’s also the option of streaming Guilt on Binge which is more affordable with subscriptions priced at $10, $16, and $18 a month. It offers a longer free trial of 14 days. Whether you stream Guilt via Foxtel or Binge, a VPN and Australian IP address is required due to geographic restrictions.
France and Germany
Guilt season 2 is already available to stream in France and Germany on Arte. What’s more, it’s free to watch and no signup is required. Depending on the country and language version of Arte you want to use, you’ll need to obtain a French or German IP address with the help of a VPN.
What do we know about Guilt season 2?
Like the first season, Guilt season 2 consists of four hour-long episodes. It’s set two years after the events of season 1. Max has been released from prison and is out for revenge. Needless to say, you can expect much of what made season 1 so popular including a shocking crime and no shortage of shady characters. Indeed, here’s the season 2 trailer so you can take a closer look.
Who is in the cast of Guilt season 2?
The good news is that Mark Bonnar is back for season 2 as the now disbarred Max. While we won’t see quite as much of Jamie Sives as Max’s younger brother, Jake, he will be returning for one episode which is sure to be a pivotal one! Emun Elliot is also back as the private investigator, Kenny. Of course, there’ll also be a number of new additions to the cast including Phyllis Logan as Maggie Lynch and Stuart Bowman as Roy Lynch.