Cold Feet was an NBC television series based on a British television series of the same name. The stories explored the lives of three couples, each in a different stage of their relationship. One couple had been married for several years and already has a child. One couple had been married for a short time and were just starting their family and the last couple which were just starting their relationahip. The network cancelled the series after only six episodes.

The Cast:

Anthony Starke - David Chandler
Alicia Capola - Karen Chandler
Dina Spybey - Jenny Lombardi
William Keane - Pete Lombardi
David Sutcliffe - Adam Williams
Jean Louisa Kelly - Shelley Sullivan

A term used for someone who is nervous just before an important event -- usually marriage.

British TV series commissioned by ITV, set in Manchester. The show revolves around the lives and loves of three couples at different stages in their relationships. After a crisis in British television situation comedy, Cold Feet is said to have defined a new genre - comedy drama. The characters are charming, often helpless and as such quite credible, struggling to cope with romance, work, friendships, children and Life In General.

The show was a big hit in the UK, pulling up to nine million viewers, and it has also been a success abroad - it is one of the highest-rating series in Australia. The show has stacked up on awards, beginning with the pilot winning the Rose d'or of Montreux in 1997.

For a change, it has been decided to stop a show while it is still a success, so the popular fourth series aired in 2001/2002 in the UK was to be the last. Fans like myself might think that this is a shame, on the other hand, for once, there was little chance to get tired of the plot and the cast of a popular tv show.

Original cast:
James Nesbitt - Adam Williams
Helen Baxendale - Rachel Bradley
John Thomson - Peter Algernon
Fay Ripley - Jenny Gifford
Robert Bathurst - David Marsden
Hermione Norris - Karen Marsden
Jacey Sallés - Ramona

Kimberley Joseph - Jo (from series 4)

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