IN THE KNOW
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: https://go.mycastingnet.com/Apply/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.