Since its debut in 2017, the Netflix original series Anne with an E has been a well-loved staple on the platform.
Fans of Anne Shirley-story, Cuthbert's, which began after Marilla and Matthew Cuthbert took her in and made Green Gables her home, have made it a yearly must-watch.
Fans have been asking for Anne with an E-season 4 for a long time, and it's no surprise.
The coming-of-age drama has been an intense iteration of its original material, L.M. Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables book series. It is a period piece unafraid to tackle problems of identity, abuse, neglect, racism, poverty, and loss.
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Anne With an E Quick Facts
|No. of episodes:||27 (list of episodes)|
|No. of seasons:||3|
|Adapted from:||Anne of Green Gables|
|Created by:||Moira Walley-Beckett|
Canadian Screen Awards – Shaw Media Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role
|Anne With an E Season 1 Release Date||March 19, 2017|
|Anne With an E Season 2 Release Date||July 6, 2018|
|Anne With an E Season 3 Release Date||September 22, 2019|
A Gist About Anne With an E- Season 4
Matthew and Marilla Cuthbert, an old brother and sister who never married and lived together, decide to adopt an orphan child to help out around their family 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 discovers Anne Shirley, a 13-year-old creative, bright, high-spirited, and chatty girl.
Anne was orphaned at a few months when her parents died, and she worked as a servant in numerous families until 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 reinforced when she cannot 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 goes to the train station.
Meanwhile, Marilla learns that the brooch was lost, not stolen and that her prejudice had caused her to assume Anne was a thief.
As a result, Matthew tracks down Anne and persuades her to return to Green Gables, where she is formally welcomed into the family.
On the other hand, Anne continues to experience bullying from Avonlea classmates and discrimination based on her social class from Diana's parents and others in the neighborhood.
Anne returns and uses her survival strategies of intelligence, problem-solving talents, and creativity to garner acceptance from the rest of Avonlea.
How does Season 3 End?
Authorities return to the Indian village and forcibly remove Ka'kwet from her home and return her to school. Ka'kwet's parents send Matthew and Anne on a trip to fetch Ka'kwet back.
Anne writes a message to Gilbert that she expresses her affections for him, but the note is misplaced, and Gilbert never reads it. Instead, he flies to Charlottetown, where he plans to propose to Winifred.
Bash and his mother get into a dispute about their disagreements. The jacket is alone at school since her parents cannot acquire entry.
The majority of students pass their Queen's College admissions test. Diana has also been admitted, but it will take some time for her parents to approve her attendance. Gilbert eventually tells Winifred that he can't propose to her since he's in love with someone else.
Meanwhile, Anne tears up a message in which Gilbert declares his love for her without reading it. Marilla and Matthew discover Anne's parents. When a reformed Elijah returns, Bash and his mother agree to let him remain.
Anne and Gilbert finally discover their emotions for each other, have a kiss, and pledge to keep in touch when she is at Queen's College, and he is at the University of Toronto. Anne proudly declares in her first letter to Gilbert that she inherited her mother's red hair.
The Canadian sitcom Anne With An E was sadly discontinued after three seasons, and the sudden finale left some major concerns unsolved. In 2017, the CBC-Netflix version of Lucy Maud Montgomery's classic novel Anne of Green Gables premiered, offering a fresh take on Lucy Maud Montgomery's beloved characters.
Compared to the 1985 television adaption, the new version was darker at times, but it did make a significant effort to be more diverse and inclusive. Regrettably, the program could not complete Anne's tale, and plot aspects established in season 3 will remain unresolved.