Writer Shaun Pye’s Facebook posts led to the eventual creation of a BAFTA award-winning television series.

Pye and his wife Sarah Crawford serve as writers for the U.K. television series “There She Goes,” which is based on their experiences raising a child with a chromosomal disorder. The central storyline follows the Yates family, made up of Simon (David Tennant), his wife Emily (Jessica Hynes) and their children Ben (Edan Hayhurst) and Rosie (Miley Locke), who has a learning disability.

Tennant and Hynes, joined Pye and Crawford in the Variety Streaming Room, moderated by Variety senior editor Michael Schneider, for a conversation about the show’s first two seasons. The panel included discussions on the show’s origins, dual narrative and reception as a case study in parenting.