Sunday Tasmanian - Tassie Living - - WEEK IN MOVIES - WITH DEB­BIE SCHIPP

CULT Bri­tish com­edy drama Cold Feet is re­turn­ing to the screen, with most of the orig­i­nal cast in­tact. Cre­ator Mike Bullen’s eight-ep re­vival will re­visit the 30-some­thing char­ac­ters in mid­dle-age, on the verge of turn­ing 50.

James Nes­bitt, who got his break­through tele­vi­sion role play­ing Adam Wil­liams, will re­turn, as well as John Thom­son and Fay Ri­p­ley (Peter and Jenny Gif­ford).

He­len Bax­en­dale (above, with Nes­bitt), who played Rachel and was killed off in the fi­nal se­ries, will be ab­sent. Film­ing starts in Fe­bru­ary.

IF you can swim, and reckon you can out­wit, out­play and out­last in close quar­ters among strangers, there’s still time to ap­ply to join the Aus­tralian se­ries of Sur­vivor. Al­though given the thou­sands of ap­pli­ca­tions al­ready re­ceived since Ten an­nounced it will re­vive the show next year, sur­viv­ing the se­lec­tion process may be the big­gest hur­dle. Ap­pli­ca­tions close on Fe­bru­ary 10. Ap­ply here:­cast­­ply/Show/Aus­tralianSur­vivor.

DARK hit an­thol­ogy drama Fargo has been re­newed for a third sea­son by FX as its sec­ond sea­son, star­ring Pa­trick Wil­son, Ted Dan­son, Kirsten Dunst (pic­tured) and Jesse Ple­mons winds down. In­spired by the Coen broth­ers’ (Joel and Ethan – who co-pro­duce the se­ries) 1996 film of the same name, each in­stal­ment fea­tures a dif­fer­ent crime, No word yet on what sea­son three will bring.

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