'Line of Duty' viewers are convinced that James Nesbitt's character Marcus Thurwell is very much still alive.
Cold Feet star James Nesbitt has paid a touching tribute to his dad, James Nesbitt Snr, who has died at the age of 91
ITV has confirmed. The new six-part series will go into production next spring in Manchester and the main cast, James Nesbitt (Adam Williams), Hermione Norris (Karen Marsden), Robert Bathurst (David Marsden), Fay Ripley (Jenny Gifford) and John Thomson (Pete Gifford), will all return.
First it was James Nesbitt’s formidable eyebrows hindering viewers’ ability to follow the plot, and now a huge location gaffe has taken the edge off a scene which should’ve had fans reaching for their tissues. As James Nesbitt’s character Adam told his partner Angela, played by Karen David, that he wouldn’t be following her to Singapore, viewers were a little distracted by her decision to hand over her passport and boarding pass at the ARRIVALS desk. Naturally, eagle-eyed viewers were keen to point out the blooper on Twitter, with one writing “Surely @ITV it’s Departures for outbound travel?
ITV Monday night’s triumphant return of Cold Feet to our screens is in danger of being overshadowed by an unlikely pair of supporting players. While most viewers raved about the reboot of the much-loved comedy drama, dozens of others struggled to keep up with the storyline after clapping eyes on James Nesbitt’s ridiculously luscious-looking eyebrows. The 51-year-old actor, who plays widower Adam Williams, is already well known for his hair transplant. One fan claimed on Twitter that the Irish actor’s arches could even give Sir Roger Moore’s iconic brows a run for their money, while another suggested the spirit of the late, great David Gest was living on through the medium of Adam’s face.
A hilarious, football-themed teaser trailer for the long-awaited ‘Cold Feet’ revival aired last night… during halftime of the England v Croatia Euro 2016 match. Set 13 years after the original ‘Cold Feet’ aired its final episode, it looks as though Adam is struggling to bring up his son, Matthew… especially since they seem to have very little in common. Adam’s wife, Rachel (played by Helen Baxendale) was tragically killed off during Season 5.