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10 Shows Like Cold Feet

Here is the list of 10 Shows like Cold feet. Cold Feet is a 1997 British comedy-drama television series created for ITV. The show starts with 3 different couples from Manchester who are on the verge of a breakup and different stages which suddenly came in their relationship.

They are at different points in their relationship and throughout the series try to cope with their relationships and maintain them. It is hilarious and a treat to watch and define binge-worthy for a lazy weekend. However, don’t get satisfied with just a show as here are a few shows just right and worth your time and if you liked Cold Feet, you’ll enjoy these as well. Have a look.

1. Amazing Grace

Shows like Cold Feet - Amazing Grace
Amazing Grace

Amazing Grace is a 2021 Australian television drama series created for Nine Network.

The story revolves around  Grace the titular character n and a new entry into a birth center where she works creating havoc in her life. The show is good with good reviews and has an ample amount of drama with sudden twists and turns. The show is a must-watch and trusts me it won’t be a disappointment. You can watch Amazing Grace now streaming on Hulu and also available on Amazon Prime at purchase.

2. Beecham House

Beecham house
Beecham House

Beecham House is a 2019 short-lived British historical drama television series. It is set in 1975. The show follows the adventures and hilarious consequences of belonging to mixed races as a former east India company soldier discovers his child to be of mixed race. Though he is okay with it, his mother insists on him marrying Violet, a girl of the same race as his to have a child who looks like them.

The show is a good entertainer and definitely worth your time. It is one of those shows that will take your breath away and slowly pass by. It is emotionally rich and politically enticing and it won’t disappoint you if you have already watched Hotel Portofino. It is available on Netflix on subscription and now also streaming on Amazon Prime Video as part of the streaming platform’s offerings and Channel 10.

3. Flowers

Flowers
Flowers

Flowers is a 2016 British black comedy-drama sitcom. It is created and written by Will Sharpe for Netflix and stars Olivia Colman and Julian Barratt. The show is about the married life of a couple in a joint family and how to deal with it without causing any harm to their marriage. They are always being threatened and face the situation to divorce each other.

These problems are created by none other than the twin and their family members. It is a good entertainer and worth your time. It is one of those shows that will take your breath away and slowly pass by. It is emotionally rich and politically enticing and it won’t disappoint you if you have already watched Hotel Portofino.

4. Little Things

Little Things
Little Things

Little Things is a 2016  Indian romantic comedy streaming television series. It is created and acted by Dhruv Sehgal for Netflix. The other person cast opposite him was Mithila Palkar. The show is yet again about the ups and downs of a relationship, and wilderness day work life along with it, especially in the city of Mumbai. Modern-day relationships and work balance a becoming very popular and growing content in the modern entertainment industry and a  strong tool to connect with the audience. 

5. Shameless

shameless
shameless

Shameless is a 2004 British comedy-drama television program created for Channel 4 and is also available to stream on Amazon Prime Video. The show is about a working-class family criticizing British work life and further problems. It is set in  Manchester in a fictionally created area called  Chatsworth council estate. It is a quick depiction of the earlier British lifestyle and how people balance their work life and personal life in those days.

The show is a good entertainer and definitely worth your time. It is one of those shows that will take your breath away and slowly pass by. It is emotionally rich and politically enticing and it won’t disappoint you if you have already watched Hotel Portofino.

6. Why Are You Like This

Why Are You LIke This
Why Are You Like This

Why Are You Like This is a 2021 Australian television comedy series created for the ABC network. It is also streamed on Netflix. The show is yet again about work-love balance and depicts the life of 3 adults who are figuring out what they want to do with their lives while making full use of their youth, partying around, hookups, love, one-night stands, friendships, and everything while not knowing the upcoming storm that is about to hit their lives. It is a must-watch.

7. Crashing

Crashing
Crashing

Crashing is a 2016 British comedy series created for Channel 4 and also streamed on Netflix. The show is about  6 individuals coexisting with each other and trying to find space with each other as they stay in an isolated hospital abandoned many years ago and try to build up good relations with each other.

The show is a good entertainer and definitely worth your time. It is one of those shows that will take your breath away and slowly pass by. It is emotionally rich and politically enticing and it won’t disappoint you if you have already watched Hotel Portofino. It has a hell lot of comedy for you to just relax on your couch and make your day.

8. Sisters

Sisters
Sisters

Sisters is a 2017 Australian television drama series. It was created by Jonathan Gavin and Imogen Banks for Network 10 and it is also available to stream on Netflix. The show revolves around the life of Julia as she discovers new siblings to share her home, father, and life with and she gets to know that her father used to donate his sperm to multiple hospitals and places and which led to genetic kids from numerous places as she receives the biggest shock of her life. It is a must-watch.

9. Picnic at Hanging Rock

Picnic At Hanging Rock
Picnic At Hanging Rock

Picnic at Hanging Rock is a 2018  Australian mystery romantic drama television series created for Fox Showcase and is also available to stream on Voot. The show revolves around the mysterious disappearance of a group of schoolgirls who come for an outing to Hanging Rock and are nowhere to be found surprisingly and that’s where the mystery hunt begins. It is based on Joan Lindsay’s 1967 novel of the same name. It is a must-watch.

10. Out Of Her Mind

Out of her Mind
Out of her Mind

Out of Her Mind is a 2020 sitcom. It is created, written, and starred by  Sara Pascoe for BBC. The show revolves around a woman who tries to cope with relationships around her as she tries to manage her work life and personal life alongside. She discovers her sexuality in the process and things start getting complicated from there. It is a must-watch.

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