'Guilty Party': Release date, spoilers and all about Paramount+ dark comedy series

'Guilty Party' revolves around a journalist named Beth Burgess (Kate Beckinsale) trying to help a woman who has been wrongfully sent to prison


                            'Guilty Party': Release date, spoilers and all about Paramount+ dark comedy series
Tiya Sircar (Fion) and Kate Beckinsale (Beth) in 'Guilty Party' (Paramount+)

Paramount+ might not be one of the leading streaming services in the world, but it surely has some of the most entertaining shows out there. The streaming platform is doing everything it can to provide quality content to its viewers.

Shows like ‘iCarly’, ‘Yellowstone’, and ‘Star Trek: Picard’ are some of the most amazing shows streaming on Paramount+ right now and seem to be in no mood to stop. The streaming platform is set to come out with another compelling show for the viewers, titled ‘Guilty Party’. The upcoming show revolves around a discredited journalist named Beth Burgess (Kate Beckinsale) trying to focus on a story about a woman, Toni Plimpton (Jules Latimer), who denies murdering her husband.

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Plimpton has been sentenced to life in prison and writes to Beth, asking her to reopen the case. Beth tries working on the case and proving her innocence. Is she helping Plimpton to clear her tarnished image? Or she is genuinely trying to help her? The answer to these burning questions will be given when the show arrives on Paramount+.

Here’s everything we know about dark comedy.

Kate Beckinsale as Beth Burgess in 'Guilty Party' (Paramount+)

 

Release date and how to watch

‘Guilty Party’ would be premiering exclusively on Paramount+ on Friday, October 15, at 3:01 am. Viewers can download the app from Google Play Store and Apple’s App Store. Meanwhile, the streaming platform is also available on other devices like Fire TV Stick, Roku, Chromecast, or Apple TV.

Plot

"The show follows Beth Burgess (Beckinsale), a discredited journalist desperate to salvage her career by latching on to the story of a young mother, Toni Plimpton (Latimer), who has been sentenced to life in prison for maiming and murdering her husband, crimes she claims she didn't commit. In trying to uncover the truth, Beth finds herself in over her head as she contends with Colorado gun-smugglers, clickbait culture, the doldrums of marriage, and her own tarnished past.”

Cast

Hollywood star Kate Beckinsale will be playing the role of Beth Burgess while Jules Latimer would be seen portraying the character of Toni.

Beckinsale is known for her roles in projects like ‘Emma’, ‘Jutland’, and ‘The Golden Bowl’. She followed those with appearances in ‘The Aviator’ and ‘Click’. However, she got a lot of recognition by appearing in the ‘Underworld’ movies. The actress has been nominated for Saturn Awards, Critics’ Choice Awards, and London Film Critics’ Circle Awards.



 

 

Other actors to appear on the show include Tiya Sircar (Fiona), Alanna Ubach (Tessa), Laurie Davidson (George), Marnie Madden (B. Jackson), Djouliet Amara (Lulu), and Madeleine Arthur (Amber).

Creators

The upcoming dark comedy is written by Rebecca Addelman while it’s being helmed by Trent O’Donnell. Apart from Addelman and O’Donnell, notable personalities such as Sam Hansen, Jimmy Miller, Joe Farrell, Jim Ziegler, and Mike Farah serve as executive producers on the show.

Trailer

The trailer starts with Beth (Beckinsale) winning an award in the field of journalism and everything seems fine. However, one year later, her entire world has come crashing down after changing her media organization. She seems to be facing a lot of difficulties and her colleagues are not supporting her in any way whatsoever.

She plans on helping a woman who has been put into jail for murdering her husband. The woman says that she did not. On the other hand, everyone believes that Beth is doing the story for clearing his tarnished image.

You can watch the trailer here.



 

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