Cold Feet walks back onto TV?
'Cold Feet' could return for a new series as the show's creator Andy Harries wants them to reunite to see how they are coping being in their 40s and living in recession-hit Britain.
'Cold Feet' could return for a new series.
The ITV comedy drama - which starred Helen Baxendale, James Nesbitt, John Thomson, Fay Ripley, Hermione Norris and Robert Bathurst - ran from 1998 to 2003 and now the show's creator Andy Harries wants them to reunite to see how they are coping being in their 40s and living in recession-hit Britain.
He said: "It would be fascinating to see them cope with Britain today. I think everyone would do it as long as everyone was on board."
However, one character who won't be returning is Rachel (Helen Baxendale) as she died in a car crash at the end of the last series, leaving husband Adam (James Nesbitt) as a single dad to their son Matthew.
As well as Adam and Rachel, the series followed the lives of two other 30-something couples, Pete and Jenny and Karen and David, and how they all coped with the ups and downs of relationships, parenthood and financial issues.