cold feet

Mondays at 9pm on ITV

The ninth series of Cold Feet finds Adam and Karen juggling their burgeoning relationship with the domestic chaos of a new blended family; just as they appear to have cracked it, an unexpected visitor tips the balance.

Another person not making life any easier for them is David: he may be back on his feet but he’s still very much at odds with his former best friend.

Caught in the middle of their feud is a fed-up Pete, but as Jenny’s cancer treatment comes to an end, normal life for the Gifford’s looks set to resume. However, nothing’s ever that simple is it?

With its wry wit and truthful portrayal, the ninth series of Cold Feet guarantees to take the audience through another emotional chapter with the nation’s favourite friends.

(TV Times)


“There should be plenty of laughs to come over the next two months”

(Daily Mirror)


“Bullen and his excellent cast have always been able to capture the essential humour, warmth and tenderness of family and friends… your heart swells to see them together”

(Evening Standard)

cold feet

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Award-winning comedy-drama Cold Feet returns for an eighth series! Adam (James Nesbitt) is back on the singles market, but for once in his life he’s not finding any takers – has he finally lost his mojo?

Pete (John Thomson) on the other hand appears to have found his and, having recently renewed their wedding vows, some alfresco action is the icing on Pete and Jen’s cake. However, mature student Jenny’s (Fay Ripley) happiness is short lived when some unexpected news sends her into a tailspin.

Fiercely independent Karen (Hermione Norris) is more interested in work than relationships, especially when a mystery author’s manuscript lands on her desk.

Meanwhile, David (Robert Bathurst) and Nikki (Siobhan Finneran) are enjoying a more frugal life when Nikki’s divorce settlement comes through tipping the balance. How far will David go to protect his pride?

Packed full of highs and heart-breaking lows, Cold Feet follows a tight-knit group of friends as they navigate their way through mid-life, facing whatever life throws at them, together.

“Five minutes into tonight’s episode and you find yourself relaxing as if you’re in a warm bath”

(The Times)

“We the viewers absolutely insist Cold Feet is firmly back in our lives and we don’t want it leaving anytime soon”

(The Sunday People)

“Mike Bullen’s script deftly see-saws between the light-hearted and the serious, bolstered by an expert cast whose chemistry is the show’s chief pleasure”

(Daily Telegraph)

cold feet

Available on DVD & Digital

2016 saw the eagerly awaited return of the award-winning hit series, Cold Feet. Well received by audiences and TV critics alike, ten months on and the gang are back!

After agreeing to take things slow, Adam and his landlady Tina have been loved up for the past ten months – living across the hall from each other but rarely apart. They’ve spent hours renovating Adam’s rental house together and it turns out Tina has an eye for style. In fact Tina has more than a few good qualities and Adam is keen to dive into the next phase of their relationship. It’s only a matter of time before the perpetual romantic conjures up the kind of grand gesture he’s famed for, but will commitment-phobe Tina jump in with both feet? 

Finally living out her dreams, Karen is set to launch her fledgling publishing house and its debut novel but she’s struggling to keep a grip on home-life and PA Ramona is more hindrance than help. Karen quickly realises there’s a high price to pay for trying to have it all and teenage twins Ellie and Olivia have enough issues between them to keep Karen on her toes. They should be focusing on their exam revision but trouble is on the horizon. The question is, will Karen notice before it’s too late?

Thankfully Pete has managed to shake off the black dog and is earning a tidy living as a chauffeur but is looking for more meaning than being a glorified errand-boy for his rich clients. With no sense of value in his job, Pete desperately wants to be appreciated at home but Jenny is distracted by work and the opportunity to rise up the ranks. Meanwhile fourteen-year-old Chloe needs extra attention, especially after last year’s revelation that Pete isn’t her biological father. When an unexpected opportunity arises, Pete and Jenny have a tough decision to make – can they both get what they want and maintain a happy marriage, or has something got to give?

David’s fall from grace hit him hard and he’s now peddling life insurance to unsuspecting pensioners – a world away from life doling out highbrow financial advice. Like Pete, David is keen to find something more rewarding in his work life and unfortunately his love life is pretty lacklustre too. After being knocked back by ex-wife Karen, David licked his wounds and might just be ready to find love again – but where does a fifty-something technophobe start?

Laced with comedy and tragedy, the big stories and daily minutiae of life are observed and tackled in a way that only Cold Feet can.

“Great script, great cast, great television”


“It really is a joy to have this back for another run”


“Plenty to enthral and entertain us”

(Daily Express)

cold feet

Available on DVD & Digital

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.

“Utterly brilliant”


“Honest, touching and very funny”

(Daily Mirror)

“It’s wonderful to have Cold Feet back”

(The Times)

“It really is as funny, heartbreaking and utterly relatable as it always was”

(TV Times)

“That’s Monday nights sorted for the next eight weeks”

(The Sun)

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