Cold Feet will return to ITV on Friday, September 8 it has been confirmed.
The new series will start at 9PM with the first of seven episodes.
Cold Feet returns to ITV once again starring James Nesbitt, Hermione Norris, Robert Bathurst, John Thomson and Fay Ripley.
Joining them for the new series is BAFTA nominated actress, Siobhan Finneran of Happy Valley and Downton Abbey).
Finneran plays Nikki Kirkbright, a Cheshire housewife that seems to have it all - money, big house and big hair. But something isn't quite right.
David (Robert Bathhurst) meets Nikki through his career in personal finance and the two soon develop a close bond.
David discovers that her husband George (Robert Glenister) isn't what he seems but unbeknown to George, Nikki is about to make her bid for freedom and David is part of her escape plan...
Siobhan said: "I'm incredibly happy to be involved in Cold Feet as I've always been a fan. It's an absolute joy to be part of such a iconic series. Working with Robert and the rest of the cast has been a great pleasure."
Additional guest stars include Jacey Sallés as Ramona Ramirez, who's returned to Karen’s side as her PA in the fledgling publishing company, but her work ethic leaves a lot to be desired and Paul Ritter (Friday Night Dinner) playing Benjamin, Karen's new and unwanted business partner.
After a thirteen-year absence from the channel, Cold Feet returned to ITV last year for a successful new series written by Mike Bullen.
Following hit ratings, ITV commissioned a new series before the last ended with ITV’s Director of Television, Kevin Lygo saying at the time: "It's with some trepidation that you return to much loved shows, but Mike Bullen's contemporary take on the five friends and their lives has been a wonderful thing, with every bit of the warmth, humour, emotion and chemistry that makes Cold Feet such a special, and hugely enjoyable drama.
"We were obviously delighted that the audience agreed, and we're pleased to be able to confirm that Cold Feet will return again for a further series.”