ITV, Friday, 9pm
IN 2016 we saw the eagerly awaited return of the award-winning hit series Cold Feet. Wellreceived by audiences and critics alike, 10 months on the gang are back for a new seven-part series!
After agreeing to take things slow, Adam and his landlady Tina have been loved-up for the past 10 months – living across the hall from each other but rarely apart. They’ve spent hours renovating Adam’s rental house together and it turns out Tina has an eye for style. In fact she has more than a few good qualities and Adam is keen to dive into the next phase of their relationship. It’s only a matter of time before the perpetual romantic conjures up the kind of grand gesture he’s famed for, but will commitmentphobe Tina jump in with both feet?
Finally living out her dreams, Karen is set to launch her fledgling publishing house and its debut novel, but she’s struggling to keep a grip on home life and PA Ramona is more hindrance than help. Karen quickly realises there’s a high price to pay for trying to have it all and teenage twins Ellie and Olivia have enough issues between them to keep her on her toes. They should be focusing on exam revision, but trouble is on the horizon. Will Karen notice before it’s too late?
Thankfully Pete has managed to shake off the black dog and is earning a tidy living as a chauffeur, but is looking for something more than being a glorified errand-boy for his rich clients. With no sense of value in his job, Pete desperately wants to be appreciated at home, but Jenny is distracted by work and the opportunity to rise up the ranks.
Meanwhile 14-year-old Chloe needs extra attention, especially after last year’s revelation that Pete isn’t her biological father. When an unexpected opportunity arises, Pete and Jenny have a tough decision to make – can they both get what they want and maintain a happy marriage or has something got to give?
David’s fall from grace hit him hard and he’s now peddling life insurance to unsuspecting pensioners – a world away from life doling out highbrow financial advice. Like Pete, David is keen to find something more rewarding in his work life – and his love life is pretty lacklustre too. After being rebuffed by ex-wife Karen, David licked his wounds and might just be ready to find love again – but where does a 50-something technophobe start?
Laced with comedy and tragedy, the big stories and daily minutiae of life are observed in a way that only Cold feet can.