The creator of ITV’s comedy drama series Cold Feet is reportedly considering penning a reunion special of the hit 1990s series.
The creator of ITV’s comedy drama series Cold Feet is reportedly considering penning a reunion special of the hit 1990s series. Andy Harries is considering writing a special 10 year anniversary special reuniting the characters of the popular series. Cold Feet ran for five seasons between 1998 and 2003 and was a critical and ratings success.
“It would be fascinating to see them cope with Britain today. I think they would do it as long as everyone was on board.” – Andy Harries quoted in The Sun
The cast of Cold Feet have gone onto better things since the shows conclusion in 2003. Actress Hermione Norris joined the cast of BBC One’s critically acclaimed spy-thriller series Spooks and also starred alongside Stephen Fry in ITV’s gentle drama Kingdom. James Nesbitt has appeared in a series of roles such as Murphy’s Law, Midnight Man and most recently in BBC One’s thriller The Deep. Fay Ripley has appeared alongside Martin Clunes in BBC One’s remake Reggie Perrin and also appeared in the recent ITV comedy drama Monday, Monday. John Thompson also appeared in Kingdom, alongside Hermione Norris, and was part of the cast of Coronation Street for several months.
ITV recently tried to launch a new version of Cold Feet with its comedy/drama Married, Single, Other but it failed to capture the audiences imagination in the same way and was cancelled by ITV. So would fans of Cold Feet welcome a one-off ‘reunion’ special for the series or are some things best left how they are?