John Thomson at the Manchester Christmas Lights Switch On held at Manchester Town Hall - Manchester, United Kingdom - Friday 4th November 2016
John Thomson and Gaby Roslin at the 2016 The Pride of Britain Awards held at the Grosvenor Hotel, London, United Kingdom - Monday 31st October 2016
More than 6 million viewers tuned in on Monday night to welcome the ITV drama back.
‘Cold Feet’ returned to our screens on ITV last night for its sixth series after 13 years away. The return of the comedy-drama, which stars James Nesbitt, Hermione Morris, John Thomson and Robert Bathurst, was praised by both critics and fans, with over 6 million viewers tuning in on ITV.
‘Cold Feet’ is back after 13 years
The comedy-drama followed three thirtysomething couples in Manchester and originally ran for five series between 1998 and 2003. At the time the show was a big hit with viewers and even described by some as the British answer to ‘Friends’.
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The comedy will return for a sixth series, having run from 1997 to 2003 before being cancelled.
Thirteen years after it was removed from British TV screens, the popular drama-comedy ‘Cold Feet’ will be returning for a sixth series, with many of the original cast signed up.
The re-boot of the ITV series has been rumoured for the last few months after The Sun reported in August that the network had commenced talks with the core cast members. James Nesbitt, Hermione Norris, John Thomson, Robert Bathurst and Fay Ripley will be returning to the series that charted the ups and downs of three 30-something couples, and was often vaunted as the British answer to 'Friends'.
James Nesbitt, one of the stars of 'Cold Feet', is returning for the new series
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John (Elliot James Langridge) doesn't fit in. He is victimised by his teacher (Steve Coogan), his mother (Lisa Stansfield) is ashamed of him, and he is often bullied. He fights back in whatever small way he can, but there is nothing he can fully channel his energy into. That is, until he discovers northern soul. Not only can he express his heart and soul on the dance floor, but he steadily begins to gain more and more confidence from day to day. He and a friend decide to start up their own northern soul dance club in order to raise funds to travel to America. As events steadily escalate out of control, the one thing that remains constant in the boy's lives is the soul music.
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