ITV is about to screen a brand new drama, Butterfly which focuses on issues surrounding a transgender child and their family.

ITV is about to screen a brand new drama, Butterfly which focuses on issues surrounding a transgender child and their family.

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Butterfly is a heartfelt and sensitive drama about a complex family situation, a child who feels that their gender identity is different from the one chosen at birth.

When their 11-year-old, Max (Callum Booth-Ford), experiences increasingly distressing feelings around gender, separated parents, Vicky (Anna Friel) and Stephen (Emmett J. Scanlan) attempt to work together. But with both parents divided, will Max find the courage to identify as a girl and express herself as Maxine?

Will Maxine’s family be able to accept her for who she really is?

How many episodes of Butterfly are there?

There are three episodes of Butterfly. The first is showing on ITV 1 on Sunday 14th October 2018. The drama will be aired between 9:00 PM and 10.00 PM.

The next two episodes are to be shown at the same time and same day of the week for the following two weeks.

Episode 2 of Butterfly will be shown on the 21st October 2018

Episode 3 of Butterfly will be shown on the 28th October 2018 (not yet confirmed)

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Who stars in Butterfly on ITV?

which actors are in Butterfly on ITV

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.

 

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