British relationship drama 'Cold Feet' is set to make a return for series 6 thirteen years after the the last episode aired. It will see five of the main cast members now middle-aged, though what remains unclear is just how their love lives have panned out.

Cold FeetThe cast of Cold Feet return for series 6

ITV is bringing the 1997 drama back this Autumn with cast members James Nesbitt, Robert Bathurst, Hermione Norris, John Thomson and Fay Ripley. Helen Baxendale will, of course, not be making a return given that her character Rachel Bradley died in the last series.

What has become of Pete (John Thomson) and Jenny (Fay Ripley) Gifford? They separated twice before finally divorcing in the series, with their baby son caught in the middle, and while Jenny went to New York and Pete remarried, by the end of the series she had come back and Pete was divorced again. The question is, did they ever decide to reconcile?

Meanwhile, Karen and David Marsden had a similarly rocky marriage, plagued by infidelity (as is, of course, 'Cold Feet' canon). They also divorced with twin babies in tow, but it was an amicable separation by the end of series 5. One person who can't reconcile his marriage is widower Adam Williams, who lost Rachel in a car accident just months after they welcomed their first child into the world. 

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Now the kids are growing up fast, now doubt with a few of their own problems as series 6 prepares to explore their lives in 8 new episodes. All we know so far about what to expect is that Adam has spent the last few years working abroad and his son, to his horror, is not a fan of football. 

'This feels like the right time to revisit these characters, as they tip-toe through the minefield of middle age!' Says creator Mike Bullen, who returns to the helm. 'They're 50, but still feel 30, apart from on the morning after the night before, when they really feel their age. They've still got lots of life to look forward to, though they're not necessarily the years one looks forward to!'