Lizzy Dening

Everything we know about the 2018 series of Cold Feet!

Lizzy Dening
Everything we know about the 2018 series of Cold Feet!

When will the new series of Cold Feet be on TV?

We're still waiting for the air date, but filming started in March, in Manchester, so we're optimistic it might start later in the year.

What's going to happen in Cold Feet?

We know there will be six new episodes of the comedy-drama later in the year, and there's so much we want to find out.

For one thing, Adam (James Nesbitt) is single again, but for the first time isn't having much luck with the ladies. Meanwhile, Karen's daughters will turn 18, leaving her wondering what's left for her in later life.

The cast of Cold Feet series 8

Returning to the series are all our favourites, including James Nesbitt (Adam Williams), Fay Ripley (Jenny Gifford), John Thomson (Pete Gifford), and Robert Bathurst (David Marsden).

James recently told TV Times he was keen to get back to work: "We're going to try to get back to what it was at its utter best and show what happens to the characters at this stage of their lives." We can't wait!

New series of Cold Feet confirmed for 2018!

Good news for Cold Feet fans, as  ITV has announced there will be another new series of the comedy-drama. 

It will continue to follow our favourite 50-something friends played by James Nesbitt, Hermione Norris, Robert Bathurst, Fay Ripley and John Thomson as they navigate their lives in Manchester.

The series is currently celebrating 20 years since it first hit the small screen, and returned in September 2016 to the delight of viewers of the original series. In fact, its return was one of the channel's most successful dramas of last year - gaining an average 5.1 million viewers per episode.


"I'm delighted that viewers still feel invested in the lives and loves of our imperfect heroes," Says writer Mike Bullen. "And I'm excited that we're being given the opportunity to tell the next chapter of their stories. We've got plenty of trials and tribulations in store for them as they navigate their way through middle age, and more than a few laughs and tears along the way."

The new series will consist of six episodes and will start filming in Manchester this spring, to air later on in 2018