Butterfly is British Drama TV series. Created by Tony Marchant. It debuted on Oct 14, 2018, on ITV. The series has 6.5 * rating by IMDb.
How Many Seasons In Butterfly: 1 (3 episodes)
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Season premieres on October 14, 2018
ITV, 3 episodes
Butterfly is on ITV (United Kingdom) Sundays at 9 pm
Season 1 Episode 3 (Episode 3) - Air Date: Oct 28, 2018 (9 months ago)
British series 'Butterfly' is an unflinching look at Max's journey to becoming Maxine - via Scroll
Vicky (Anna Friel) and Stephen (Emmett J Scanlan) are Max’s parents whose lives have been turned upside down by their son’s desire to change his gender. Stephen is dead against the idea while Vicky wants to see how it goes, and this rift has blown into a conflagration that has had Stephen leaving the house.
Butterfly, episode 3, review: Touching tale of gender dysphoria reached a raw, poignant climax - according to Inews
Steadman was moving as the mask of granite self-righteousness slipped and she admitted: “I gave all my love to your father because I was so scared I’d lose him to his other women… I’d never have fought for you like you fought for Maxine.”
Mum of Leeds transgender woman who inspired ITV's Butterfly opens up about daughter's suicide attempts after bullying - according to Yorkshireeveningpost
“They handed me a baby that, on the outside, looked like a boy,” says mother-of-four Susie, who moved to the south of England after being brought up in Yeadon but has since returned to Leeds.
When is Butterfly on ITV and what is all about? - according to Thegayuk
International Emmy award-winning actress Anna Friel (Marcella, Broken), is joined by Emmett J. Scanlan (Harlan Coben’s Safe, The Fall), Alison Steadman (Orphan Black, Gavin and Stacey), Sean McGinley (Paula, On a Clear Day) and child actor Callum Booth-Ford.