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ITV confirm Cold Feet break but show will return ‘at a later date’

ITV confirm Cold Feet break but show will return ‘at a later date’

ITV has confirmed ‘Cold Feet’ will take a break before returning for a 10th series. The comedy-drama – starring James Nesbitt, Hermione Norris, Robert Bathurst, Fay Ripley and John Thomson – returned to screens in 2016 after initially ending in 2003, but following an additional four seasons the show will take another break before returning "at a later date". The d... »

Robert Bathurst: Cold Feet could return for ‘one-off’ special in 2021

Robert Bathurst: Cold Feet could return for ‘one-off’ special in 2021

Robert Bathurst says ‘Cold Feet’ could return for a "one-off" special next year. The 62-year-old actor – who plays David Marsden in the ITV comedy drama – says that despite plans for the show to take a break in 2021, there are discussions around the idea of a longer episode to tide fans over. He’s quoted by The Sun newspaper’s Bizarre TV column as sayi... »

Cold Feet taking break after new series

Cold Feet taking break after new series

‘Cold Feet’ is taking "a break" after the upcoming series. The ITV comedy drama – which returned with its sixth series in 2016 after a 13-year wait – is back on the small screen this week for its ninth season, but creator Mike Bullen has confirmed plans to take a step back, with no extended run planned for 2021. He is quoted by the Daily Mirror newspaper as saying... »

Caroline Quentin on ‘spooky’ Men Behaving Badly reunion

Caroline Quentin on ‘spooky’ Men Behaving Badly reunion

Caroline Quentin says a ‘Men Behaving Badly’ reunion would be "spooky" if the show returned in its old format. The 58-year-old actress is best known for playing Dorothy on the sitcom – which followed the lives of flat mates Gary (Martin Clunes) and Tony (Neil Morrissey) – but Caroline believes it would be odd for the now-older characters to live together in a &quo... »

Eve Myles cast in Cold Feet

Eve Myles cast in Cold Feet

Eve Myles has been cast in the new series of ‘Cold Feet’. The 40-year-old actress will appear in the ITV drama as a character said to be based on comedy writer Caitlin Moran. A ‘Cold Feet’ insider told The Daily Star newspaper: "Eve is one of the hottest names on telly right now. "The team are so pleased they’ve got her on board. They think she’s a per... »

Cold Feet star Hermione Norris joins Luther

Cold Feet star Hermione Norris joins Luther

Hermione Norris has joined the cast of ‘Luther’. The ‘Cold Feet’ actress is set to take on the role of psychiatrist Dr. Vivien Lake in the crime drama’s big return to BBC One late this year. According to The Sun newspaper’s Bizarre TV column, the 51-year-old star will join leading man Idris Elba and Wunmi Mosaku for the fifth series, which will air later this ye... »

Cold Feet to return for second series

Cold Feet to return for second series

‘Cold Feet’ is set to get another series. The popular television series made a triumphant return to ITV earlier this month after a 13-year hiatus but, although viewers are only two episodes in to the current series, Robert Bathurst – who portrays David Marsden in drama – has hinted that another installment could be on the way. Speaking on ‘BBC Breakfast’ on Thur... »

James Nesbitt wants another Cold Feet series

James Nesbitt wants another Cold Feet series

James Nesbitt wants another series of ‘Cold Feet’. The popular television series made a triumphant return to ITV earlier this week after a 13-year hiatus and the show’s star is keen to see another series commissioned. He told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "I think we were all very anxious, secretly. It went very well. Another series would be great. The funny thing about being ... »

Helen Baxendale was asked to return to Cold Feet

Helen Baxendale was asked to return to Cold Feet

Helen Baxendale was asked to return to ‘Cold Feet’. The 46-year-old actress’ alter ego Rachel Bradley was tragically killed off in the last series of the show in 2003 and, although writer Mike Bullen was going to weave her back into the script for the next installment, she turned him down. Mike explained: "I’m quite sentimental. I wanted to find a way of doing ‘C... »

Cold Feet to tackle male depression

Cold Feet to tackle male depression

‘Cold Feet’ is to tackle the taboo topic of male depression. The comedy’s writer Mike Bullen has admitted he was plunged into darkness after the first run of the drama ended in 2003 and is now keen to bring his own personal experience with the mental health illness into the new series of the show. Speaking to the Daily Mirror newspaper, he said: "I’d be asked to write ... »