At times comedic and at other times heartbreaking, the series follows the intertwining lives of three Manchester couples at different stages in their relationships. At the start, Adam ... See full summary »
Pete and David take Adam back to the town where he grew up in Northern Ireland for his stag party. Pete catches David phoning up Jessica and persuades her that it is unfair on Karen and gets him to ...
Rachel refuses to speak to Adam until David reminds her that,whilst nothing occurred between Jane and Adam,she slept with Kris whilst officially dating Adam and there is reconciliation as the couple ...
A psycho-killer with mommy issues, a charming crooked cowboy and their girl steel some jewels. The cowboy decides not to share and goes on the run with the loot. A crazy chase across the country between former partners in crime begins.
The on-the-field trials and tribulations and the off-the-field lives, loves and infidelities of 'The Castlefield Blues', an under funded, badly managed ladies football team from South ... See full summary »
Dr. Edmund Bickleigh is married to a particularly overbearing woman who reminds him at every turn that he is living in her house. But the good doctor has outside interests to help him cope:... See full summary »
In the first decade of the twentieth century Miss Marie Lloyd is the biggest female entertainer in England, adored by her public, in a biography commented on in song by 'the Showman'. ... See full summary »
At times comedic and at other times heartbreaking, the series follows the intertwining lives of three Manchester couples at different stages in their relationships. At the start, Adam Williams and Rachel Bradley are a new couple. Adam's best friend Pete Gifford and his wife Jenny are adjusting to life as new parents. While Rachel's friends Karen and David Marsden fear the possible disintegration of their marriage. Other reoccurring characters include the Marsden's nanny, Ramona, and, in later series, Rachel's coworker Jo Ellison. Poignantly true to life but with fantastical twists the drama/sitcom explorers all the ups and downs of romance. Written by
Cold Feet was set in the north west of England, in Manchester, not the Midlands.
We found it just as good as everyone has said. Funny, touching, sad, and well acted & staged. So much so that we bought the full DVD set when it finished.
The only thing that I would say is that it seemed to use many of the situations that were used in 'thirtysomething' ( finest ensemble drama series ever !), and sometimes came very close to the actual stories in 'ts'. You could say that thius was natural, dealing with the same type of people, but it was a bit naughty.
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