Cold Feet. Image shows from L to R: Pete Gifford (John Thomson), Karen Marsden (Hermione Norris), David Marsden (Robert Bathurst), Jenny Gifford (Fay Ripley), Adam Williams (James Nesbitt)
Cold Feet

Cold Feet

  • TV comedy drama
  • ITV1
  • 1997 - 2020
  • 60 episodes (9 series)

Comedy drama about three couples experiencing the ups-and-downs of romance. Stars James Nesbitt, John Thomson, Fay Ripley, Hermione Norris, Robert Bathurst and more.

  • Due to return for Series 10
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Series 7, Episode 1

Cold Feet
Adam is ready to take the next step with Tina, but will she jump in with both feet?

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Further details

Adam lands a job at a trendy dotcom firm where the average age of his new colleagues highlights the fact that he's not getting any younger and leads him to question where he's at in life. He's madly in love with Tina and, after nine months of taking each day as it comes, Adam thinks it's time to take the next step - but are he and Tina on the same page? Meanwhile Karen hosts a lavish party to launch her publishing house and her author's debut novel, but friends and family take a backseat as Karen gives her new venture her all. Best pal Jenny is feeling neglected, especially when Karen is happy to make time for relative newcomer Tina.

Jenny and Pete are being pulled in all directions as they juggle the demands of work and family life. Karen's business launch serves to remind Jenny that life is no rehearsal. When Jenny is called in to see her boss after a spat at work she expects the worst. However, her boss has an interesting proposition but how will Pete take the news?

Pete admits that he's unfulfilled by his chauffeuring job and could be at home more if he took the part-time entertainments job at his old care home.

David is also struggling in his career, bored of the tedium of peddling insurance to unsuspecting pensioners; he's delighted when Pete presents him with an introduction to the lucrative Cheshire set via his client Nikki who happens to be the bored wife of a wealthy businessman. Can David impress her and her 'WAGs and widows' friends enough so that Nikki meets him again, for business or maybe even pleasure?

Broadcast details

Friday 8th September 2017
60 minutes


Show past repeats

Date Time Channel
Tuesday 8th January 2019 12:10am ITV1

Cast & crew

James Nesbitt Adam Williams
John Thomson Pete Gifford
Fay Ripley Jenny Gifford
Hermione Norris Karen Marsden
Robert Bathurst David Marsden
Ceallach Spellman Matthew Williams
Leanne Best Tina Reynolds
Daisy Edgar-Jones Olivia Marsden
Madeleine Edmondson Chloe Gifford
Jack Harper Adam Gifford
Ella Hunt Ellie Marsden
Amy Huberman Sarah Moore/Poynter
Jacey Sallés Ramona Ramirez
Siobhan Finneran Nikki Kirkbright
Shameem Ahmad Veronica Nahal
Shannon Hayes Bridie Sellers
Ruth Madeley Tracey McHarrie
Guest cast
Faith Alabi Eliza Schumacher
Pat Brocklehurst Anne Birch
Saira Choudhry Vedika Jawad
David Corden Hotel Manager
Ziggy Heath Luke Stone
Langa Somhedlwana Mini Eliza
Val Tagger Mrs O'Neill
Charlie George Wood Mini Luke
Abigail Uttley Tania Harket
Writing team
Mike Bullen Writer
Production team
Terry McDonough Director
Serena Cullen Series Producer
Lis Steele Producer
Mike Bullen Executive Producer
Kenton Allen Executive Producer
Matthew Justice Executive Producer
Kathryn O'Connor Co-producer
Terry McDonough Co-executive Producer
Mark Davies Editor
Hayden Matthews Production Designer
Andy Pryor Casting Director
Darren Finch Costume Designer
Janet Horsfield Make-up Designer
Edmund Butt Composer
Søren Bay Director of Photography
Jack Casey 1st Assistant Director


Series 7 first look

Cold Feet is back. Here are some preview scenes.

Featuring: James Nesbitt (Adam Williams), John Thomson (Pete Gifford), Fay Ripley (Jenny Gifford), Hermione Norris (Karen Marsden) & Robert Bathurst (David Marsden).


Cold Feet, series 7, ITV review: more comedy than drama

After last year's comeback, it's a fresh start for Mike Bullen's friends.

Barney Harsent, The Arts Desk, 9th September 2017

Cold Feet, series 2 episode 1, review

It's always incredibly risky to revive a much-loved show. Few manage to recreate the magic, let alone match the success. Porridge, Red Dwarf and Still Open All Hours have all been dusted off and brought back to our screens, and are still chugging away, but with a fraction of the viewers and former acclaim. Cold Feet (ITV) is the exception.

Catherine Gee, The Telegraph, 8th September 2017

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