As Anne embarks on a new chapter of her life, her greatest experience to date, and prepares for university, change is in the air.
And so there is a lot you need to know about Anne With An E!
Anne with an E (formerly titled Anne in Canada) is a Canadian television series based on Lucy Maud Montgomery’s classic children’s novel Anne of Green Gables, first in 1908. Moira Walley-Beckett designed it for CBC.
The series premiered on CBC on March 19, 2017, and on Netflix globally on May 12. In August 2017, it was renewed for a second season, and in August 2018, it was renewed for a third season. The series was terminated by CBC and Netflix shortly after the third season was published in 2019.
Matthew and Marilla Cuthbert, an old brother and sister who never married and live together, decide to adopt an orphan child to help out around their ancestral property of Green Gables, on the outskirts of the Canadian town of Avonlea, Prince Edward Island, in 1896. When Matthew travels to the train station to pick up the child, he instead finds Anne Shirley, a 13-year-old imaginative, bright, high-spirited, and talkative girl. Anne was orphaned at the age of a few months when her parents died, and she worked as a servant in numerous families before being placed in an orphanage.
Despite Matthew’s desire for her to stay, Marilla is wary of Anne because of her status as an unknown orphan and the perceived inutility of a young girl. Marilla’s suspicions are confirmed when she is unable to locate a brooch, leading her to suspect Anne is a thief. The Cuthberts “return” her to the orphanage by sending her away. While she returns to the orphanage, she is afraid to enter, plagued by the bullying she experienced there, and instead returns to the train station.
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- Amybeth McNulty as Anne Shirley (later called Anne Shirley-Cuthbert)
- Geraldine James as Marilla Cuthbert
- Dalila Bela as Diana Barry
- Lucas Jade Zumann as Gilbert Blythe
- Aymeric Jett Montaz as Jerry Baynard
- R. H. Thomson as Matthew Cuthbert
- Corrine Koslo as Rachel Lynde (seasons 2–3; recurring season 1)
- Dalmar Abuzeid as Sebastian “Bash” Lacroix (seasons 2–3)
- Cory Grüter-Andrew as Cole Mackenzie (seasons 2–3)
- Joanna Douglas as Miss Muriel Stacy (season 3; recurring season 2)
- Ashleigh Stewart as Winifred “Winnie” Rose (season 3)
Netflix and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation jointly terminated “Anne with an E” in late 2019 because it didn’t do well enough in the “25-54 age group,” which is unusual given that “Anne” is a children’s show about tweendom/early adolescence.
Anne becomes 16 as Season 3 begins. She grows determined to learn more about her birth parents and family history, which causes Matthew and Marilla to be torn between her desire to understand more about her life outside of Green Gables and their desire to protect her.
Anne and Gilbert ultimately meet at her family’s property in Avonlea at the end of the finale. They agree to be pen buddies, and Diana decides to attend college to be roommates with Anne.
Currently, all three seasons of Anne with an E are available to stream on Netflix. The final season was released on Netflix back in January 2020 and while it still left a lot to cover in future seasons, for both CBC and Netflix.
In both 2017 and 2018, Anne with an E garnered favourable reviews and won the Canadian Screen Award for Best Dramatic Series. Orphaning, child abandonment, psychological trauma, and social issues such as conformity pressure, gender inequity, racism, religion, and freedom of speech are all addressed in the series.
There are no plans for a fourth season of Anne with an E at this time. After discussions between the Canadian broadcaster CBC and the streaming service Netflix fell through, the series was abruptly cancelled in 2019.
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