Guilt viewers all rush call out the same 'standout' moment at end of season three premiere | The Sun

GUILT viewers have all rushed to call out the same 'standout' moment at the end of the season three premiere.

The BBC One drama returned on Thursday night for a brand new chapter of the thriller and mystery series.

It sees two brothers commit a crime in Scotland and appear to have gotten away with it.

However, they soon learn that they can trust nobody – and not even each other.

During the debut episode of season three, viewers watched as Max and Jake found themselves back in Edinburgh.

But as the action played out on the Borders farm, viewers' attention was elsewhere.

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Fans couldn't stop complimenting the show's soundtrack, saying it just gets "better and better".

One said: "What a fabulous soundtrack."

A second said: "Faith Healer #SAHB #Guilt …soundtrack just gets better and better,"

"Watching #Guilt on @BBCiPlayer and as good as it gets. Play out track on episode one is exactly up my street – magnificent," said a third.

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While a fourth commented: "What a fabulous soundtrack."

Bands such as We Were Promised Jetpacks and The Sensational Alex Harvey Band featured in the opening episode.

Guilt features actors such as Line of Duty's Mark Bonnar, Love/Hate' s Ruth Bradley and Blue Lights Sian Brooke.

It was previously announced the new series would be the last instalment.

BBC boss Louise Thornton commented: “We are incredibly proud of Guilt.

"It was the first drama commission for the BBC Scotland channel in 2019 and we have been delighted with how it has been received by our audiences.

"To be able to bring it back for a third and final time gives us the chance to wrap up the story of Max and Jake which we know will involve some hair-raising and edge-of-the-seat moments that the audience has come to expect.”

And gutted fans flocked to social media with an outpouring of comments.

Guilt continues on BBC One with four episodes available now on iPlayer.

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