Cold Feet ITV, 9pm

The Observer - The New Review - - FRIDAY 22 -

Fol­low­ing Matt’s rev­e­la­tion about Olivia’s preg­nancy last week, Cold Feet works its old magic as it turns a do­mes­tic cri­sis into an en­ter­tain­ing com­edy drama that leaves you amused, moved and flab­ber­gasted. It’s par­tic­u­larly ironic for Adam (James Nes­bitt), who has only just be­gun plan­ning a fam­ily with Tina (Leanne Best), but he wants Matt (Ceal­lach Spell­man) to do the right thing, as does Karen (Hermione Nor­ris, above, right), with re­gard to Olivia (Daisy Edgar-Jones, above, left). And what pre­cisely is the right thing? You’ll have to wait and see. Else­where, fol­low­ing a hair­rais­ing few mo­ments, David’s ab­duc­tion re­sults in an of­fer he can’t refuse (but not of the sort you may be ex­pect­ing); it’s eyes down for bingo-caller Pete at the care home; Karen’s star au­thor fi­nally comes to heel; and Jenny’s mum goes miss­ing. Pos­si­bly the most heartrend­ing, tear­jerk­ing episode to date. Mike Bradley

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