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

ITV comedy drama about three couples. 60 episodes (pilot + 9 series), 1997 - 2020. Stars James Nesbitt, John Thomson, Fay Ripley, Hermione Norris and others.

Another series is in development.

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Beyond Spitting Image - more Britbox comedies available

Classic satirical comedy Spitting Image has just been revived for a new generation on Britbox. This is Britbox's first original commission, but there are also plenty of classic comedies available on the streaming service, which also features some of the best shows that have aired on the BBC, C4 and ITV over the years.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 4th October 2020

ITV announces Cold Feet hiatus

ITV has confirmed that there will be a tenth series of Cold Feet - but possibly not for a number of years, as the comedy drama goes on hiatus.

British Comedy Guide, 18th February 2020

Cold Feet, episode 6 review

This charismatic gang still feel like old friends - but it's a wise decision to bow out now.

Michael Hogan, The Telegraph, 17th February 2020

Cold Feet review

What? Yet another unexpected family visit?

Carol Midgley, The Times, 21st January 2020

Cold Feet's ageing Jack the Lads are creepy

Everything that gets on my wick about Cold Feet (ITV) was summed up in the moment when John Thomson's character, cabbie Pete, arrived at court for jury service in his best suit and tie.

Christopher Stevens, Daily Mail, 21st January 2020

Cold Feet, series 9 episode 2, review

Emotional honesty, plus a blast from the past for Adam.

Anita Singh, The Telegraph, 20th January 2020

Cold Feet is back, and I'm entirely unconvinced by the blossoming romance between Adam and Karen and its uugh-get-a-room-guys lasciviousness; even less so by the car park fights between David and Adam. Fortunately, we have a fine new strand, should they choose to further explore it, in Adam's inability to grasp the nuances of 2020 workplace interaction; luckily, too, they're all fine actors, and there are still many sparks to both performance and writing. But, come on, Adam's HR "joke" was not in any way funny. If this emerges, through wit, to encapsulate redemptions, forgiveness between generations, any one of which is at least confused as the next, it'll deserve to last. If it turns into a mockalong at older people, it'll be turning up its tootsies.

The Observer, 19th January 2020

Cold Feet, series 9, episode 1, review

A superior soap opera packing a real punch.

Anita Singh, The Telegraph, 13th January 2020

Cold Feet review: Less than the sum of its parts

More than two decades since Cold Feet first arrived on screens, the new series is a curiously uneven watch - and not as much like putting on a comfy old cardy as you'd imagine.

Sean O'Grady, The Independent, 13th January 2020

Cold Feet is now a mature series in every sense of the word: it is beginning its ninth season and dealing with the triumphs and traumas of ongoing middle age. As we return, Jenny (Fay Ripley) has reached the end of her cancer treatment and James Nesbitt's Adam has landed himself in trouble at work.

Phil Harrison, The Guardian, 13th January 2020