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Mike Bullen, Amy Roberts, Loren McLaughlan, John Forte
Terry McDonough, Juliet May, Jamie Jay Johnson
Kenton Allen, Mike Bullen, Matthew Justice
James Nesbitt, Robert Bathurst, Hermione Norris, John Thomson, Fay Ripley
Episodes / Duration
8 x 60 mins
It’s been over ten years since we last caught up with the lives of Adam, Pete, Jenny, Karen and David and although many things have changed, deep down they haven’t. Older, but not necessarily wiser, the gang are reunited when Adam returns from Singapore to announce his impending marriage to Angela Zubayr, a Singapore national eighteen years his junior. Adam hopes to chivvy his friends together to attend his wedding but not everyone is as thrilled as he is. Without their blessing is there a chance that Adam could get Cold Feet…?
Pete and Jenny have their own worries. Victims of the economic downturn, working two jobs to make ends meet, Pete is losing his zest for life. Jenny’s work as an Events Organiser is hardly raking it in. The only couple to have stood the test of time, theirs in a marriage set in stone, one others aspire to, isn’t it?
Meanwhile, David’s marriage to his divorce Lawyer, Robyn has run its course. His professional life also leaves a lot to be desired and David is all too aware of the bright young things in the office ready to jump into his swivel chair. As the pressure of work and his expensive lifestyle mounts, can David retain his professional status without resorting to dirty tricks?
Karen on the other hand appears sorted; her marriage to David well behind her, she’s successfully climbed the ladder at work and raised three children almost singlehandedly. But it won’t be too long before the kids fly the nest and at work she’s hit a glass ceiling. So what’s next? Content and confident, Karen stopped looking for love years ago, but the question is; has love stopped looking for her?
As the series develops we follow the highs and lows of these much loved characters as they, like us, continue to find their way in life.
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