Could it do it? Could Cold Feet really prove its return after over a decade was worth it? Twitter says: abso-bloody-lutely yes.
The final episode of the series was packed with wedding proposals, an emotional coming out – and a hostage situation.
Yes, after leaving Leaving Tina’s (Leanne Best) surprise party with friend Pete (John Thomson) in search for more drinks, Adam (James Nesbitt) ran into an armed robbery. One that some viewers thought he wouldn’t see through.
— ITV (@ITV) October 24, 2016
"A second gunman?! Is that because of my accent?! HOW RACIST!" James Nesbitt perfectly summing up Irish problems ???? #ColdFeet
— Dane (@AlrightOldSport) October 24, 2016
Luckily, turns out the gun was only a fake and Adam and Pete got away. And that, for many viewers, was the perfect end to the series.
— Gaby Roslin (@GabyRoslin) October 24, 2016
#ColdFeet without doubt best written, best acted, best TV in the current era. Bravo: Cheer, pathos, love, tension, tears, happiness!
— Martin Round (@MartinCTRound) October 24, 2016
What a phenomenal ending to a brilliant series! Might as well just hand over all of the awards now ???? #ColdFeet
— Freya ????️???? (@FreyaaGilbert_x) October 24, 2016
THAT WAS SO PERFECT #ColdFeet
— Lauren ? (@LaurenBlondiex) October 24, 2016
But then viewers has to deal with the all-crushing truth of it all: Cold Feet has now finished its current run.
— Josie (@Seat31D) October 24, 2016
I've decided to boycott Mondays until #ColdFeet comes back
— Cari Rosen (@cazroz) October 24, 2016
But Cold Feet IS coming back with series seven next year. And we can’t wait.
What’s even better…. we get to do it all again next year. Roll on 2017 the #ColdFeet story continues. All the love x ❄️?
— Ceallach Spellman (@celspellman) October 24, 2016