Guerrilla tells the story of a politically active couple who liberate a political prisoner and form a radical underground cell. Their target becomes the "black power desk", a true life counterintelligence unit within the special branch.
London, 1971. In an age of open racism, fervent nationalism and anti-establishment passion, two politically engaged and idealistic young lovers, Marcus Hill and Jas Mitra, fight back against the injustice and deep-rooted prejudice they face on a daily basis. But, unbeknownst to them, they are being targeted by Special Branch's Black Power Desk, led by police officer DCI Nicholas Pence and his deputy, Cullen. Limited series premiere.
Kent begins to enjoy his role and forms a surprising alliance. Cullen and Fallon bond over a shared history Meanwhile, as Eliette and Jas speculate about the future, Dhari and Marcus put their personal issues aside - and the infighting that threatened to destroy the gang falls away as they come together to embark on a brutal mission. In a desperate attempt to save his relationship with Jas, Marcus decides to do something they will never come back from.
In the wake of a tragic loss, Marcus and Jas' relationship is tested. Planning their final action, the gang reach out to someone from the black community that they initially spurned. In London, meanwhile, Kent's actions have a disastrous effect on the radical community, at a time when the Black Power Desk's reign of terror hits new heights - with Cullen now at the helm. Marginalized and overlooked, Pence begins to plan his escape.