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
  • JustWatch Streaming rank this week: 4,063

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Series 8, Episode 1

Cold Feet. Image shows from L to R: Pete Gifford (John Thomson), Adam Williams (James Nesbitt)
After suffering a few knockbacks, Adam starts to question whether he's lost his mojo until he catches the eye of attractive young barista, Gemma.

Further details

After suffering a few knockbacks, Adam starts to question whether he's lost his mojo until he catches the eye of attractive young barista, Gemma. He's initially cautious, but when she makes the first move and he decides to go for it, Matt's reaction takes him by surprise.

Mature student Jenny's been throwing herself into uni life but all that looks set to change when she receives some unexpected news. Meanwhile, Pete bravely saves a young lad, Evan from drowning but his efforts aren't as appreciated as he might have liked.

Karen's shocked to learn that Josh has dropped out of uni but takes a more understanding stance than draconian dad, David who is adamant Josh needs to finish his course. Josh stands his ground causing David to take stock of his own career path. Is he really still trying to live up to his late father's expectations?

David and Nikki have been living together happily, getting by on minimum wage jobs. But when Nikki's divorce settlement comes through, it's a game changer; suddenly they're back to living the high life but will David be able to cope with being financial dependent on Nikki?

Both Matt and Karen throw Adam some hurtful home truths. Question is, can this leopard really change his spots?

Broadcast details

Date
Monday 14th January 2019
Time
9pm
Channel
ITV1
Length
60 minutes

Repeats

Show past repeats

Date Time Channel
Sunday 20th January 2019 11:20pm ITV1

Cast & crew

Cast
James Nesbitt Adam Williams
John Thomson Pete Gifford
Fay Ripley Jenny Gifford
Hermione Norris Karen Marsden
Robert Bathurst David Marsden
Ceallach Spellman Matthew Williams
Daisy Edgar-Jones Olivia Marsden
Madeleine Edmondson Chloe Gifford
Jack Harper Adam Gifford
Marji Campi Barbara Blyth
Jacey Sall├ęs Ramona Ramirez
Siobhan Finneran Nikki Kirkbright
Sylvie Briggs Ellie Marsden
Guest cast
Callum Woodhouse Josh Marsden
Tala Gouveia (as Tara Gouveia) Gemma Murphy
Alex Lowe Darren Whitfield
Amy Drake Val Clarkson
Asha Kingsley Doctor
Writing team
Mike Bullen Writer
Donna Metcalfe Script Editor
Production team
Rebecca Gatward Director
Margaret Conway Producer
Kathryn O'Connor Producer
Mike Bullen Executive Producer
Kenton Allen Executive Producer
Matthew Justice Executive Producer
Helen Blyth Line Producer
Mark Henson Editor
Hayden Matthews Production Designer
Andy Pryor Casting Director
Darren Finch Costume Designer
Stuart Biddlecombe Director of Photography
Janet Horsfield Make-up Designer
Edmund Butt Composer
Tom Alibone 1st Assistant Director

Press

Cold Feet, Series 8, ITV, review - mortality lite

The cast return once more to pull sad faces and silly faces.

Jasper Rees, The Arts Desk, 15th January 2019

Cold Feet review

As ever, Mike Bullen's writing offers an astute understanding of the everyday travails of middle age.

Sarah Hughes, i Newspaper, 15th January 2019

Writer Mike Bullen's Manchester midlife comedy returns with a lively opener that sees both wedding and alarm bells ringing. David and Karen confront parenting problems, Pete turns lifesaver and, best of all, failing lothario Adam gets a lesson in how to embrace his age and why it's OK to go on Tinder.

Mike Bradley, The Guardian, 14th January 2019

Cold Feet: still radiating warmth after all these years

Wedding bells were ringing on Cold Feet (ITV) but for whom? The series opened with an irresistible sequence set at a handsome North Wales wedding venue, teasing us that one of the central characters was getting hitched. Again.

Michael Hogan, The Telegraph, 14th January 2019

Cold Feet beginning to show its age

The old gang are back - again - but the frailties of middle age make for more mordant TV than the mishaps of youth.

Sean O'Grady, The Independent, 14th January 2019

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