The Cold Feet revival shows no signs of slowing down, with ITV announcing another series of the romantic comedy and drama.
The production on the new six-part series – the third since the show was brought back in 2016, after 13 years of absence – will begin next spring in Manchester.
James Nesbitt, John Thomson, Hermione Norris, Fay Ripley and Robert Bathurst is all ready to go.
Series creator Mike Bullen said he was “delighted” that viewers still felt “invested” in your “imperfect heroes”.
“We have a lot of trials and tribulations in store for them as they navigate their way through the middle ages,” he said in a statement.
Ripley, who plays Jenny on the show, was quick to express his own delight in the ITV announcement.
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The most recent series that aired for the first time in the nights of Friday – came to its conclusion on October 20.
He saw Nesbitt’s character is separated from his girlfriend Tina after admitting infidelity, while Jenny and Pete (Thomson) renewed their wedding vows.
It also featured a cameo from the musician Damon Gough, better known as Badly Drawn Boy.
Victoria Fea, ITV’s senior drama commissioner, said the channel was “very glad” for the commission of another series, to air in the year 2018.
“The nation’s love affair with the Cold Feet continue,” she said. “Mike Bullen honest representation of the lasting friendship has a very special place in the audience’s affection.”
According to the channel, the most recent series achieved a consolidated average audience of 5.1 million.
However, his Friday night slot was not popular with all over the world, among them the television critic of Emma Bullimore.
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