A quick update, here. Filming is set to start on the new series of Cold Feet in the spring, it’s been revealed. Six hour-long episodes will go before the cameras, with the shoot set to take place in and around the Manchester area.
The show is expected back on our screens in the autumn.
From October 2017.
The successful revival of Cold Feet in 2016 is leading to yet another series of the show, it’s been confirmed. It’ll be the third new run since the programme was brought back to our screens.
Mike Bullen is penning six more episodes that are set for transmission in 2018. James Nesbitt, John Thomson, Fay Ripley, Robert Bathurst and Hermione Norris are all expected back for the next run as well.
It’ll pick up from the events – no spoilers! – of the recently ended run of the show. As ITV’s senior drama commissioner Victoria Fea told the Radio Times, “the nation’s love affair with Cold Feet continues, and we’re thrilled to announce a new series for 2018. Mike Bullen’s honest depiction of enduring friendship has a very special place in the audience’s affections”.
Expect the show to return to our screens around this time next year.