Cold Feet (1997– )

TV Series   |  TV-PG   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Romance


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The show follows the lives of 30-something couples Adam and Rachel, Pete and Jenny, David and Karen as they navigate love and life in Manchester.


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Mike Bullen

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6 December 1998 | ROK
funniest comedy on television [ including FRIENDS ] !
Cold feet a comedy about couples, sex, love, families & sex...they seem to like sex...........then again who doesn't!!

This is British comedy better than its best, this is COMEDY at its best. It'll stand against all others. And this is not only because the gorgeous Helen Baxendale is in it.

The series starts 6 months after the one off play finished. All the couples are still together [ just ] despite the best attempts of Parenthood, sex problems [ told you they liked it ] money troubles and a forgotten Wedding, i won't tell you whose if you haven't seen it yet.

This is comedy for grown ups, not only because of the racy content, both visual & verbal, but because it makes you think as well as laugh.

Watch it you'll LOVE IT. And it must have done a wonder for the sale of roses!

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