‘Cold Feet’ cast are reunited in new trailer for Season 6 – watch!

ITV has released another teaser trailer for the brand new season of Cold Feet. Original cast members James Nesbitt, Robert Bathurst, Hermione Norris, John Thomson and Fay Ripley are all back for eight new episodes of the BAFTA-winning comedy-drama this autumn. Cold Feet launched in 1997 and ran for 33 episodes over five seasons. > Buy the complete Cold Feet … >

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‘Cold Feet’ first look: ITV reveals new promo pic of cast reunited

ITV has released the first promotional photo for the return of Cold Feet. The BAFTA-winning comedy-drama is back this autumn with eight new episodes. Original cast members James Nesbitt, Robert Bathurst, Hermione Norris, John Thomson and Fay Ripley are all returning. The official synopsis for the new season reads: “It’s been 13 years since Rachel’s untimely death. How has … >

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Watch first teaser for the return of ‘Cold Feet’

ITV broadcast the first promo for the new season of Cold Feet last night. The BAFTA-winning comedy-drama is coming back for eight new episodes, with original cast members James Nesbitt, Robert Bathurst, Hermione Norris, John Thomson and Fay Ripley all returning. The 20-second clip aired during the Euro 2016 England v Slovakia game and featured James Nesbitt (The … >

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‘The Secret’ episode guide

James Nesbitt stars in ITV’s new four-part thriller, The Secret; the true story of a Sunday school teacher and a respectable dentist who formed a murderous partnership. The location: a seaside town in Northern Ireland in 1991. The scene: two bodies in a carbon monoxide filled car. A former nurse Lesley Howell, and a police officer Trevor … >

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Steven Moffat’s ‘Jekyll’ series is being made into a movie

Lionsgate has started developing a big screen version of the BBC’s Jekyll. Written by Doctor Who showrunner and Sherlock co-creator Steven Moffat, the six-part series aired on BBC One in 2007. A sequel to Robert Louis Stevenson’s Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde novella, Jekyll starred James Nesbitt (The Missing) as a modern-day descendant of Dr. Jekyll. > Buy Jekyll … >

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Sky1 orders second season of ‘Stan Lee’s Lucky Man’

Stan Lee’s Lucky Man will return to Sky1 next year for a new season. An “action-packed crime drama about fate, gambling, superstition and the consequences of our actions”, the ten-part original British drama launched in January on Sky1, delivering an average cumulative audience of 1.9 million. Season 1 concluded last month and has become the … >

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‘Cold Feet’ new season story teasers revealed

ITV has revealed the first hints for what to expect in the brand new season of Cold Feet. The BAFTA-winning comedy-drama will be back for eight new episodes in 2016, with original cast members James Nesbitt, Robert Bathurst, Hermione Norris, John Thomson and Fay Ripley all returning. The official synopsis reads: “It’s been 13 years … >

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ITV confirms ‘Cold Feet’ will return in 2016

Cold Feet will be back for a brand new season next year, ITV has now officially announced. Eight new episodes of the BAFTA-winning comedy-drama will begin filming in Manchester in February, with original series creator Mike Bullen returning as writer. Cold Feet launched in 1997 and ran for 33 episodes over five seasons. > Buy … >

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‘The Missing’ writers promise ‘an even bigger tale’ in Season 2

The writers of BBC One’s The Missing have revealed that the second season will be “even more ambitious”. Starring James Nesbitt (The Hobbit), Frances O’Connor (Mr Selfridge) and Tcheky Karyo (GoldenEye), the abduction thriller’s first season concluded last week on BBC One. > Order Season 1 on DVD on Amazon. An eight-part second season with … >

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‘The Missing’ finale review: ‘Till Death’

The Missing’s finale of brings us to Russia, children being accosted by a hooded figure and a glimpse of that stick drawing with big ears. It’s a tantalising opener in an episode that, depending on which side of the fence you reside, either gives enough resolution to be satisfactory or delivers one twist too many … >

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