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Cold Feet 

The show follows the lives of 30-something couples Adam and Rachel, Pete and Jenny, David and Karen as they navigate love and life in Manchester.


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Series cast summary:
James Nesbitt ...  Adam Williams 54 episodes, 1997-2019
John Thomson ...  Pete Gifford 54 episodes, 1997-2019
Robert Bathurst ...  David Marsden 54 episodes, 1997-2019
Hermione Norris ...  Karen Marsden 54 episodes, 1997-2019
Fay Ripley ...  Jenny Gifford 45 episodes, 1997-2019
Helen Baxendale ...  Rachel Bradley 33 episodes, 1997-2019
Jacey Sallés Jacey Sallés ...  Ramona / ... 32 episodes, 1998-2019


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. The later series picks up their stories over a decade later. Written by L. Hamre

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Comedy | Drama | Romance


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Release Date:

11 December 2000 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Cold feet: Amours et petits bonheurs See more »

Company Credits

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Granada Television See more »
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Did You Know?


Rachel's middle name is Louise, Pete's is Algernon, and Jo's is Rebecca. Karen's maiden name is Reese. See more »


Referenced in Cold Feet: The Final Call (2003) See more »

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Run out of superlatives ....
14 October 2009 | by hillrosemarySee all my reviews

I never saw this on TV but bought the box set two weeks ago, not entirely sure I was going to like it. By the second episode I was completely hooked, and have watched the entire series in record time. Something about it makes it totally unputdownable. The writing is brilliant; I often found myself laughing out loud and then close to tears within one and the same episode. Despite being beyond the age bracket at which I gather the programme was targeted, unmarried and having no children I could still identify with the characters. I think that at one time or another I either empathized or became exasperated with each of them in turn.

The acting is superb throughout, and in the last two episodes it positively took my breath away. Hermione Norris in particular was absolutely extraordinary; why her acting ability doesn't seem to be given the recognition it deserves, I cannot imagine. By the end of the show, I think all the other characters were somewhat in the shadow of hers - which is a massive tribute to her and takes nothing at all away from the excellent work of the others.

There are too many comic highlights to mention, but I particularly appreciated David trying to get his baby son off to sleep by reading stock market reports, Pete's mum being introduced to the joys of smoking cannabis and the mens' ability to play decent golf being affected by the vagaries of their sex lives.

I can't recommend this strongly enough - it really is a television masterpiece.

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