Pete is hurt by Chloe's initial reaction to Grant's bombshell but Grant's cowardly response ultimately solves matters for the Giffords whilst Karen is enjoying her solo business with an added bonus ...
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 ...
Summertime, 1994. In a quiet mining village just outside Doncaster, a rumour stirs about the legend of a giant carp in the nearby decoy ponds. Trevor takes watch one night at the water's ... See full summary »
The on-the-field trials and tribulations and the off-the-field lives, loves and infidelities of the Castlefield Blues, an underfunded, badly managed ladies football team from South ... See full summary »
Revolves around the true story of a fateful night in August 1985 when five members of the same family are murdered at an Essex farmhouse, and the ensuing police investigation and court case that follows.
Set in contemporary France, this Anglo-French reimagining of H. G. Wells' classic in the style of Walking Dead follows pockets of survivors forced to team up after an apocalyptic extra-terrestrial strike.
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
The name Rachel follows Baxendale in her 3 major TV roles. Rachel Bradley, her character in 'Cold Feet'. In Friends (1994) her character is involved in a love triangle with Ross and Rachel. In Cuckoo (2012) her character has a daughter called Rachel. See more »
Cold Feet is a witty TV-series about three couples, which evolved from being a clever sitcom to (one of) the best series about couples in their thirties there is. It leaves all the American series seem like fast-food comedy.
Next week our network will be showing the very last episode of the series. A lot has happened in this last season, which made it more "soapy" than the previous seasons.
The acting and casting is great. The humour is original, innovation and clever all at once. I used to watch it with my brother and parents, and then with my girlfriend. It's humour for all generations.
Oh how I will miss watching at Adam, Rachel, David, Jenny, Pete, Jo and Karen.
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