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Anne with an E, originally released in Canada under the title Anne, is a live-action TV series loosely based on Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery and starring Amybeth McNulty as Anne Shirley.

The first season premiered on CBC on March 19, 2017 and consists of seven episodes. The series was rebranded as Anne with an E for its Netflix release on May 12. Its renewal for a second season was announced by CBC and Netflix on August 3, 2017.

The second season first premiered on Netflix (except in Canada) on July 6, 2018. It was followed by its Canadian release on CBC on September 23, with traditional weekly schedule. Season 2 consists of ten episodes. This season saw the Netflix title Anne with an E adopted for all marketing and promotional material worldwide.

On August 15, 2018, it was announced that Netflix and CBC had picked up the show for a third season.[2] Season 3 first premiered on CBC on September 22, 2019, and consists of 10 episodes. It will be released for the international audience on Netflix on January 3, 2020.

A day after the broadcast of Season 3 finale, it was announced that the third season was the last one and CBC and Netflix will not renew the series.[3]

SynopsisEdit

Anne with an E is described as a coming-of-age story about an outsider who fights for acceptance, for her place in the world and for love. The drama revolves around a young orphaned girl who, after an abusive childhood spent in orphanages and the homes of strangers, is mistakenly sent to live with an elderly spinster and her aging brother.

Over time, 13-year-old Anne will transform their lives and eventually the small town in which they live, with her unique spirit, fierce intellect and brilliant imagination. While the new series will follow a similar storyline to the book that millions of readers around the world know and love, it will also chart new territory. Anne and the rest of the characters in and around Green Gables will experience new adventures reflecting timeless issues, including themes of identity, sexism, bullying, prejudice and trusting oneself.[4]

CastEdit

Main cast

Recurring cast

Guest cast

  • Wade Bogert-O'Brien as Oliver Thatcher (3/27)
  • Neil Foster as Bank Manager (3/27)
  • Gabriel Grennan as Young Matthew (3/27)
  • Dan Lett as Clayton (Shopkeeper) (3/27)
  • Ashley Magwood as Mrs. MacPherson (3/27)
  • Zoe McGarry as Girl #2 (3/27)
  • Melanie Nicholls-King as Hazel Lacroix (3/27)
  • Avery Trask as Girl #1 (3/27)
  • Jennifer Wigmore as Sister Maria (3/27)
  • Ted Atherton as Mr. Rose (2/27)
  • Wayne Best as John Blythe (2/27)
  • Amos Crawley as Mr. Pye (2/27)
  • Cassidy Fox as Young Marilla (2/27)
  • David Frisch as Peddler (2/27)
  • Sophie Goulet as Mrs. Baynard (2/27)
  • Daniel Kash as Pawnbroker (2/27)
  • Yanna McIntosh as Hazel Lacroix (2/27)
  • Patrick McManus as Father Beck (2/27)
  • Brian Paul as Dr. Ward (2/27)
  • Rob Ramsay as Mr. Avery (2/27)
  • Andrew Shaver as Mr. Baynard (2/27)
  • Milton Barnes as Isaac (1/27)/Porter (1/27)
  • Charlie Benger as Michael Cuthbert (1/27)
  • Joanne Boland as Woman in Blue Top Hat (1/27)
  • Jim Codrington as Minister Hall (1/27)
  • Corinne Conley as Mrs. Thomas (1/27)
  • Darren Eisnor as Young John Blythe (1/27)
  • Catherine Fitch as Sister Cecilia (1/27)
  • David Fox as Infirm Old Man (1/27)
  • Michelle Giroux as Mrs. Blewett (1/27)
  • Martha Girvin as Mrs. Spencer (1/27)
  • Edie Inksetter as Mrs. Hammond (1/27)
  • Shawn Lawrence as Jack Mason (1/27)
  • Tom McCamus as Malcolm Frost (1/27)
  • Sheila McCarthy as Mrs. Blackmore (1/27)
  • Timothy Mooney as Mr. Hammond (1/27)
  • Delphine Roussel as Marilla's Mother (1/27)
  • Katherine Sorbey as Medicine Woman (1/27)
  • Nathalie Toriel as Cecile Chaminade (1/27)
  • Theresa Tova as Madam Lyudmila (1/27)

Co-starring

  • Michael Crawford as Husband (2/27)/Sammy (1/27)/Chorus Member (1/27)
  • Christina Pitts as Wife (2/27)/Chorus Member (1/27)
  • Deborah Tennant as Mrs. Spurgeon (2/27)/Chorus Member (1/27)
  • Jim Annan as Mr. Gillis (2/27)
  • Brian Bisson as Fireman (2/27)
  • John Blackwood as Codger 3 (2/27)
  • Fiona Byrne as Mrs. Gillis (2/27)
  • Aidan Chase as Alexandre Baynard (2/27)
  • Ines Lena Feghouli Bozon as Sandie Baynard (2/27)
  • Matteo Fiorini as Child/Indigenous Boy (2/27)
  • Kevin Forster as Caleb Lynde (2/27)
  • Brian Frank as Man #1 (2/27)
  • Andrew Gillies as Codger 2 (2/27)
  • Tammy Isbell as Mrs. Mackenzie (2/27)
  • Kevan Kase as Man #2 (2/27)
  • David Kirby as Doctor (2/27)
  • Maximillian Krumme as Max Baynard (2/27)
  • Alice Malakhov as Alice Baynard (2/27)
  • Catherine McNally as Mrs. Kincannon (2/27)
  • Frank Moore as Cigar-Smoking Codger (2/27)
  • Liisa Repo-Martell as Mrs. Rose (2/27)
  • Ella Sinatra Querin as Ella Baynard (2/27)
  • Dan Warry-Smith as Stablemaster (2/27)
  • Sarah Wilson as Mrs. Bell (2/27)
  • Charlie Zeltzer as Charlie Baynard (2/27)
  • Alden Adair as Shady Man (1/27)
  • Tyler Barish as Newsie (1/27)
  • Anna Bartlam as Young Jeannie (1/27)
  • Carina Battrick as Six Year Old Girl (1/27)
  • Tanya Bevan as Lady (1/27)
  • Cameron Boogaart as BG Boy Dancer (1/27)
  • Zoe Brown as Child #5 (1/27)
  • Rachel Cairns as Mrs. Phelan (1/27)
  • Todd Campbell as Train Worker (1/27)
  • Robert Clarke as Oculist (1/27)
  • Roger Clown as Old Teacher (1/27)
  • Jim Codrington as Clergyman (1/27)
  • Torquil Colbo as Sam (1/27)
  • Joey Coleman as Policeman (1/27)
  • Will Conlon as White Man (1/27)
  • Jeremy Crawford as Ice Cream Wendor (1/27)
  • Andrea Creighton as Maid (1/27)
  • Sean Cullen as Talking Sunflower (1/27)
  • Zenna Davis-Jones as Young Woman (1/27)
  • Shawn Devlin as Man #2 (1/27)
  • Ivano DiCaro as Child #3 (1/27)
  • Bruce Dow as Examiner (1/27)
  • Ian Downie as Ancient Receptionist (1/27)
  • Elana Dunkelman as Pixie Haired Woman (1/27)
  • J. Sean Elliott as Male Artist (1/27)
  • Kerry-Lee Finkle as Busybody Woman 1 (1/27)
  • Franck Fon as Hammock Man (1/27)
  • Wesley French as Sipu (1/27)
  • Chandra Galasso as Brothel Madam (1/27)
  • Kira Gelineau as Jeannie's Friend (1/27)
  • Elizabeth Gnidash as Little Kid Three (1/27)
  • Philip Graeme as Wealthy Man (1/27)
  • Andrea Grant as Judge 2 (1/27)
  • Harper Gunn as Child #1 (1/27)
  • Stephen Guy-McGrath as Stationmaster (1/27)
  • Jill Harland as Impressed Guest (1/27)
  • Terry Hart as Dance Caller (1/27)
  • Zoe Hatz as Little Kid Two (1/27)
  • Stephen Jackson as Cobbler (1/27)
  • Margaret Lamarre as Miss Rogerson (1/27)
  • Maureen Ludford as Jack's Wife (1/27)
  • Jane Luk as Female Artist (1/27)
  • Maxim Lutterotti as Child #4 (1/27)
  • Judy Marshak as Busybody Woman 2 (1/27)
  • Luke Marty as Younger Gentleman (1/27)
  • Paul Nicholas Mason as Barker (1/27)
  • Luke McCoag as Neighbour (1/27)
  • Alex McCooeye as Alfred (1/27)
  • Glen McDonald as Man #1 (1/27)
  • Shannon McDonough as Cobbler's Wife (1/27)
  • James McDougall as Stablehand (1/27)
  • Leanne Miller as Scullery Maid (1/27)
  • Ngabo Nabea as Street Vendor (1/27)
  • Merle Newell as Woman (1/27)
  • Greta Onieogou as Ruth (1/27)
  • Sheronna Osbourne as Black Woman (1/27)
  • Norm Owen as Man (1/27)
  • Talon Queffelec as Anne Stunt Double (1/27)
  • Ella Parent as Child #2 (1/27)
  • Nicolette Pearse as Vandeuse (1/27)
  • Tim Post as Conductor (1/27)
  • Max Rampino as Boy (1/27)
  • Matt Raymond as Five Year Old Boy (1/27)
  • Mackenzie Ripley as Lily (1/27)
  • Helene Robbie as Elegant Woman (1/27)
  • Chick Roberts as Old Teacher (1/27)
  • Emily Roman as Anne 'Double' (1/27)
  • Porter Christopher Schaefer as Little Boy (1/27)
  • Jenna Shamata as Pye Maid (1/27)
  • Callum Shoniker as Little Kid One (1/27)
  • Colin Simmons as Cleric (1/27)
  • Geoff Stevens as Man in Drag (1/27)
  • Ausar Stewart as Bartender (1/27)
  • Helen Taylor as Wealthy Lady (1/27)
  • Dylan Trowbridge as Father (1/27)
  • Moira Walley-Beckett as Lady (1/27)
  • Clinton Walker as Judge 1 (1/27)
  • Kirsten Wendlandt as Sales Floor Employee (1/27)
  • Matt Willis as Tradesman (1/27)
  • Lucy Winkle as Orphanage Worker (1/27)
  • Braden Wright as Judge 3 (1/27)
  • Children: Layne Daybutch-Pine (1/27), Willow Daybutch-Pine (1/27), Siena Fiorini (1/27), Kiiwetin George Huddart Amik (1/27), Isabel Meawasige-Crease (1/27), Ronan Meawasige-Crease (1/27), Tyson Meawasige-Foisy (1/27), Wenu Pine (1/27), Mia Delma Redeye (1/27), Alanna Romero-Pashe (1/27), Kya Rose (1/27), Korey James Shawana-Sherry (1/27), Molly Wabegijig-Skanes (1/27)
  • Chorus Members: Karen P. Brown (1/27), Alexandra Chaves (1/27), Alec Dahmer (1/27), Malakai Fox (1/27), Madi Langdon (1/27), Steve Ross (1/27)

CrewEdit

Costume Designer: Anne Dixon,[5] Alexander Reda
Directors: Paul Fox (7/27), Amanda Tapping (4/27), Anne Wheeler (4/27), Norma Bailey (3/27), Ken Girotti (2/27), Helen Shaver (2/27), Niki Caro (1/27), David Evans (1/27), Sandra Goldbacher (1/27), Kim Nguyen (1/27), Patricia Rozema (1/27)
Director of Photography: Bobby Shore[6]
Executive Producers: Miranda de Pencier, Debra Hayward, Alison Owen, Moira Walley-Beckett
Key Hair Stylist: RaMona Fleetwood[7]
Producer: Susan Murdoch
Production Designer: Jean-François Campeau
Script Supervisor: Stacy Scalisi[8]
Writer: Moira Walley-Beckett (12/27), Shernold Edwards (4/27), Jane Maggs (4/27), Kathryn Borel, Jr. (2/27), Tracey Deer (2/27), Amanda Fahey (2/27), Naledi Jackson (2/27)

The following information was taken from the IMDb Cast & Crew page. It should not be considered to be a definitive and accurate list until further confirmation by a relevant source (such as statements made by cast and crew themselves, official press releases or the episode ending credits).

Art Department: Jonathan Davis, Joe Dias, Kate Ferry, Jacques Fortier, Bernie Gauvin, Craig Harris, Alex Hurter, Sam Alex Kay, Tanya Lemke, Andrew Lima, Samantha Little, Ryan O'Connell, Roberta Pazdro, Dave Temesy, Paul Vernon, Mike White
Art Direction: Andrew Berry, Aaron Noel
Assistant Directors: Fergus Barnes, Michael J. Bowman, Nina Ceranic, Kelly Fyffe-Marshall, Ace McCallum, Lorin Raine, Joanne Tickle
Camera and Electrical Department: Melyssa Anishnabie, Christopher Chung, Momcilo Dragicevic, Stephen Maia, David McKane
Editors: David Coulson, D. Gillian Truster
Makeup Department: Diane Mazur, Larissa Palaszczuk
Producers: Patricia Curmi
Production Management: Teresa M. Ho
Set Decoration: Friday Myers
Story Coordinator: Antonio Ranieri
Stunts: Robert Racki, Sharon Canovas (Anne, Diana), Aj Risi (Gilbert), Adam Winlove-Smith (Matthew)
Visual Effects: Kevin Chandoo
Other Crew: Christina Buchli, Anthony Costa, Diana Duric, Robert Fisher, Matthew Galanti, Gail George, Lisa Ghione, Nicole Godwin, Kari-Lyn Gravel, Josiah Joseph, Kevin Kirkham, Jill S. Litwin, Mary Louise McCloskey, Lenore Nemani, Rick Parker, Sabreena Peters, Erin Recoskie, Elyse Reed, Oscar Alonso Sanchez, Jeffrey Simlett, Jillian Tredenick

EpisodesEdit

Main article: Anne with an E/Episodes

Behind the scenesEdit

Casting

Production notes

  • On January 12, 2016, CBC announced that it has greenlit a new straight-to-series adaptation of Anne of Green Gables.
  • The series began production in the spring 2016 with shooting in September 2016 for a CBC and Neflix debut in 2017.
  • Moira Walley-Beckett, the writer, executive producer and showrunner of the series, played Prissy Andrews in the 1982 season of Anne of Green Gables: The Musical.
  • Miranda de Pencier, one of the series producers, portrayed Josie Pye in Anne of Green Gables (1985), Anne of Green Gables: The Sequel (1987) and Anne of Green Gables: The Continuing Story (2000).
  • The worldwide search for the actress who would play Anne Shirley started in May 2016 with open casting calls held in Canadian cities from coast to coast, namely Toronto (May 7–8), Vancouver (May 14–15), Charlottetown (May 28) and Halifax (May 29–30). Those living abroad or unable to attend casting calls could upload their audition video on the casting call website until June 5.
  • The casting call describes Anne as, "11-14 year old girl, max. height 5'4", the smaller and wispier the better. Anne is impoverished and underfed. Anne is not old-fashioned, precious or glib. She’s a modern girl with a massive heart, a sense of justice, a searing intellect and, for better and for worse, an inability to self-edit. She is spunky, forthright, full of imagination, quirky and interesting. She is also a deeply wounded kid — she bears the emotional scars of the abusive life she’s led so far. Anne is full of contradictions, insecurities and deep emotions in a time when emotions were not welcomed or acceptable. ANNE will explore what it means to be a young person navigating adolescence and facing a changing era."[11]
  • The three days long prep shooting began in Prince Edward Island on September 14, 2016.[12] The crew officially started filming and began principal photography on September 22 in Ontario.[13] The filming locations included Milton, Pickering (Green Gables), Caledon (Lake of Shining Waters), Markham (Hammond House), Dundas (Asylum), Georgetown, Ancaster, North York, Tottenham, Millbrook and Toronto.[14]
  • The filming of the pilot episode wrapped on October 27, 2016.[15]
  • As of December 5, the show was half-way through shooting Season 1.[16]
  • Although the crew wanted to film as many scenes as possible in Prince Edward Island, it was not possible because of budgetary reasons. According to Miranda de Pencier the show couldn't afford to transplant the more than 200 cast and crew needed for each episode.[16]
  • For the scenes filmed in Prince Edward Island about 25 Islanders as well as other crew from Nova Scotia and New Brunswick were employed.[16]
  • R.H. Thomson, who plays Matthew Cuthbert, has East Coast connections and his authentic Maritime accent had to be toned down because he sounded too unlike the other actors.[16]
  • The crew have crushed hundreds of red bricks into sand and they are carting truckloads of red roads around in Ontario to make the ground similar to the Prince Edward Island roads. They also made sure the hem of the women's skirts are scuffed with red dirt to make it feel real, earthy and authentic.[16]
  • An existing farmhouse that looks very much like Green Gables was found in Pickering, Ontario. However, the crew had to replace its new roof.[16]
  • De Pencier admitted that Anne with an E has a much higher budget than typical Canadian dramas. She added that it's a period drama budget — comparable to U.S. and international cable dramas.[16]
  • The production tries to be as authentic as possible, including the details such as hand-stitched seams on costumes or lighting with candles and oil lamps.[16]
  • Season 1 takes place in the 1890s Canada, showing a 13-year-old Anne Shirley through her first year at Green Gables.[16]
  • De Pencier hopes the show will be renewed for seasons to come.[16]
  • The filming of Season 1 was wrapped on February 3, 2017.[17]
  • The first verse and chorus of "Ahead by a Century" by The Tragically Hip are featured in the opening sequence of the series.
First thing we'd climb a tree and maybe then we'd talk
Or sit silently and listen to our thoughts
With illusions of someday casting a golden light
No dress rehearsal, this is our life
You are ahead by a century (this is our life)
You are ahead by a century (this is our life)
You are ahead by a century
  • The song featured in the CBC trailer is "Against the World" by Must Save Jane. A live acoustic version of "Carry On" by Cœur de pirate can be heard in the 30-second long CBC promo.

Awards and accoladesEdit

Year Award Show Category Recipients Result
2017 Joey Awards Best Series Regular or Leading Actor in a TV Series 10-11 Years Aymeric Jett Montaz Won
2018 Canadian Screen Awards Best Achievement in Casting Stephanie Gorin Nominated
Best Costume Design Anne Dixon
("Your Will Shall Decide Your Destiny")
Nominated
Best Direction, Drama Series Niki Caro
("Your Will Shall Decide Your Destiny")
Nominated
Best Direction, Drama Series Helen Shaver
("I Am No Bird, and No Net Ensnares Me")
Nominated
Best Dramatic Series Won
Best Guest Performance, Drama Series Deborah Grover Nominated
Best Lead Actress, Drama Series Amybeth McNulty Nominated
Best Original Music, Fiction Amin Bhatia & Ari Posner
("Remorse Is the Poison of Life")
Nominated
Best Picture Editing, Drama David Coulson
("Your Will Shall Decide Your Destiny")
Nominated
Best Production Design or Art Direction, Fiction Jean-François Campeau, Friday Myers & Andrew Berry
("I Am No Bird, and No Net Ensnares Me")
Nominated
Best Supporting Actor, Drama Series R.H. Thomson Won
Best Supporting Actress, Drama Series Geraldine James Nominated
Best Writing, Drama Series Moira Walley-Beckett
("I Am No Bird, and No Net Ensnares Me")
Nominated
2018 Banff Rockie Awards Showrunner of the Year Moira Walley-Beckett Won
2018 Directors Guild of America Awards Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs Niki Caro
("Your Will Shall Decide Your Destiny")
Won
2018 Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Awards Children and Teen Programming: Best Makeup Diane Mazur & Larissa Palaszczuk Nominated
2018 Teen Choice Awards Choice Breakout TV Show Nominated
2018 Writers Guild of Canada Awards Best Script from Season 1 Moira Walley-Beckett
("I Am No Bird, and No Net Ensnares Me")
Won
2019 ACTRA Awards in Toronto Outstanding Performance – Female Amybeth McNulty
("The Determining Acts of Her Life")
Won
Outstanding Performance – Male Dalmar Abuzeid
("Struggling Against the Perception of Facts")
Nominated
Members' Choice Series Ensemble Nominated
2019 Canadian Screen Awards Best Achievement in Hair Zinka Tuminski
("Memory Has as Many Moods as the Temper")
Won
Best Achievement in Make-Up Diane Mazur
("Memory Has as Many Moods as the Temper")
Nominated
Best Costume Design Alexander Reda
("I Protest Against Any Absolute Conclusion")
Nominated
Best Direction, Drama Series Helen Shaver
("Youth Is the Season of Hope")
Nominated
Best Dramatic Series Won
Best Guest Performance, Drama Series Dalmar Abuzeid Nominated
Best Lead Actress, Drama Series Amybeth McNulty Won
Best Original Music, Fiction Amin Bhatia & Ari Posner
("I Protest Against Any Absolute Conclusion")
Nominated
Best Photography, Drama Jackson Parrell
("Youth Is the Season of Hope")
Won
Best Picture Editing, Drama D. Gillian Truster
("I Protest Against Any Absolute Conclusion")
Nominated
Best Production Design or Art Direction, Fiction Jean-François Campeau, Andrew Berry and Elliott Carew
("Signs Are Small Measurable Things, But Interpretations Are Illimitable")
Won
Best Sound, Fiction Alan deGraaf, Scott Shepherd, John Elliot, Tyler Whitham, Danielle McBride, Roman Alexander Buchok, Joe Bracciale, Dashen Naidoo, Alexander “Zan” Rosborough and Joe Mancusol
("Youth Is the Season of Hope")
Nominated
Best Supporting Actor, Drama Series R.H. Thomson Won
Best Supporting Actress, Drama Series Geraldine James Won
Best Writing, Drama Series Kathryn Borel
("The True Seeing Is Within")
Nominated
2019 Young Entertainer Awards Best Supporting Young Actor, Television Series Cory Grüter-Andrew Nominated
2020 ACTRA Awards in Toronto Outstanding Performance – Female Cara Ricketts
("What Can Stop the Determined Heart")
Won
Outstanding Performance – Male Dalmar Abuzeid
("What Can Stop the Determined Heart")
Won
Outstanding Performance – Male Araya Mengesha
("There Is Something at Work in My Soul Which I Do Not Understand")
Nominated
Members' Choice Series Ensemble Nominated
2020 Canadian Screen Awards Best Achievement in Casting Stephanie Gorin Pending
Best Achievement in Hair Zinka Tuminski
("A Secret Which I Desired to Divine")
Pending
Best Achievement in Make-Up Diane Mazur
("The Summit of My Desires")
Pending
Best Costume Design Alexander Reda
("The Summit of My Desires")
Pending
Best Direction, Drama Series Anne Wheeler
("A Secret Which I Desired to Divine")
Pending
Best Direction, Drama Series Amanda Tapping
("Great and Sudden Change")
Pending
Best Drama Series Pending
Best Guest Performance, Drama Series Dalmar Abuzeid
("What Can Stop the Determined Heart")
Pending
Best Lead Actress, Drama Series Amybeth McNulty Pending
Best Original Music, Fiction Amin Bhatia & Ari Posner
("The Summit of My Desires")
Pending
Best Photography, Drama Catherine Lutes
("A Hope of Meeting You in Another World")
Pending
Best Picture Editing, Drama Gillian Truster
("A Strong Effort of the Spirit of Good")
Pending
Best Picture Editing, Drama Lisa Grootenboer
("The Summit of My Desires")
Pending
Best Production Design or Art Direction, Fiction Jean-François Campeau, Michele Brady, Elliott Carew
("The Summit of My Desires")
Pending
Best Sound, Fiction Alan deGraaf, Scott Shepherd, John Elliot, Tyler Whitham, Danielle McBride, Joe Bracciale, Joe Mancuso, Zenon Waschuk
("The Summit of My Desires")
Pending
Best Writing, Drama Series Moira Walley-Beckett
("A Secret Which I Desired to Divine")
Pending
Best Writing, Drama Series Jane Maggs
("There Is Something at Work in My Soul Which I Do Not Understand")
Pending

GalleryEdit

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VideosEdit

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Trailers

Recaps

Anne with an E Recap - Season 1 (Canada Only)

Anne with an E Recap - Season 1 (Canada Only)

Behind the scenes

Other

Anne with an E, but re-cut as a horror film

Anne with an E, but re-cut as a horror film

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit

See alsoEdit

Adaptations
Films
Anne of Green Gables (1919) (gallery) · Anne of Green Gables (1934) (gallery) · Anne of Windy Poplars (1940) (gallery)
Road to Avonlea: The Movie (1990) · Anne: Journey to Green Gables (2005) (gallery)
Anne of Green Gables: Road to Green Gables (2010) · Anne of Green Gables (upcoming)
Radio
Anne of Green Gables (March 1938) · Anne of Green Gables (October 1938) · Anne of Green Gables (1941)
Anne of Green Gables (1944) · Anne of Green Gables (1954) · Anne of Avonlea (1954) · Anne of Green Gables (1966)
Anne of Green Gables (1971) · Anne of Green Gables (1977) · Anne of Green Gables (1979)
Anne of Avonlea (1979) · Anne of the Island (1979) · Anne's House of Dreams (1979) · Rainbow Valley (1979)
Rilla of Ingleside (1991) · Anne of Green Gables (1997) (gallery)
TV series
Anne of Green Gables (1952) · Anne of Green Gables (1972) (gallery) · Anne of Avonlea (1975) (episodes · gallery)
Anne of Green Gables (1979) (episodes) · Road to Avonlea (1990–1996) (episodes · gallery)
Anne of Green Gables: The Animated Series (2000–2001) (episodes · gallery) · Anne (2007) (episodes · gallery)
Before Green Gables (2009) (episodes) · Anne with an E (2017–2019) (episodes · gallery)
TV films & miniseries
Anne of Green Gables (1956) (gallery) · Anne of Green Gables (1957) · Anne of Green Gables (1958) (gallery)
Anne of Green Gables (1985) (gallery) · Anne of Green Gables: The Sequel (1987) (gallery)
Happy Christmas, Miss King (1998) (gallery) · Anne of Green Gables: The Continuing Story (2000) (gallery · soundtrack)
Anne of Green Gables: A New Beginning (2008) (gallery) · L.M. Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables (2016) (gallery)
L.M. Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables: The Good Stars (2017) (gallery)
L.M. Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables: Fire & Dew (2017) (gallery)
Stage
Anne of Green Gables: The Musical (1965) (cast · gallery · lyrics) · Rainbow Valley (1999) · Anne & Gilbert (2005) (cast · gallery)
Anne of Green Gables (2006) · The Nine Lives of L.M. Montgomery (2008) (cast · gallery · soundtrack)
Bend in the Road (2012) (cast · lyrics) · Rilla of Green Gables (2015) · Anne of Green Gables: The Ballet (2019) (cast · gallery)
Books
Anne of Green Gables (1984 manga) · Anne of Green Gables (1997 manga) · Anne of Avonlea (1998 manga)
Anne of the Island (1998 manga) · Rainbow Valley (2003 manga) · Ana of California (2015 novel)
Anne of Green Gables (2017 graphic novel) · Marilla of Green Gables (2018 novel)
Audio
Anne of Green Gables (2007) · Anne of Green Gables (2008) · Anne of Avonlea (2008)
Anne of the Island (2009) · Anne of Windy Poplars (2009) · Anne's House of Dreams (2010)
Web
"Inspiration Found" (2008) · Green Gables Fables (2014–2016) (episodes · gallery) · "Anne & Gilbert" (2014) (gallery · transcript)
"Anne of Green Gables" (2014) (gallery · transcript) · Anne of Green Gables (2014)
Project Green Gables (2015–2018) (episodes · gallery) · Anne of Green Gables (2015)
Notes
Borrowed stories · Cultural references and allusions · Family trees
Foreshadowing · Further reading · Glossary · Timelines
See also
"Is This My Anne?"
CBC universe
Works
Anne with an E (2017–2019) (episodes · gallery)
Anne with an E Season 1 episodes
"Your Will Shall Decide Your Destiny" (gallery · transcript) · "I Am No Bird, and No Net Ensnares Me" (gallery · transcript)
"But What Is So Headstrong as Youth?" (gallery · transcript) · "An Inward Treasure Born" (gallery · transcript)
"Tightly Knotted to a Similar String" (gallery · transcript) · "Remorse Is the Poison of Life" (gallery · transcript)
"Wherever You Are Is My Home" (gallery · transcript)
Anne with an E Season 2 episodes
"Youth Is the Season of Hope" (gallery · transcript) · "Signs Are Small Measurable Things, But Interpretations Are Illimitable"
(gallery · transcript) · "The True Seeing Is Within" (gallery · transcript) · "The Painful Eagerness of Unfed Hope" (gallery · transcript)
"The Determining Acts of Her Life" (gallery · transcript) · "I Protest Against Any Absolute Conclusion" (gallery · transcript)
"Memory Has as Many Moods as the Temper" (gallery · transcript) · "Struggling Against the Perception of Facts" (gallery · transcript)
"What We Have Been Makes Us What We Are" (gallery · transcript) · "The Growing Good of the World" (gallery · transcript)
Anne with an E Season 3 episodes
"A Secret Which I Desired to Divine" (gallery · transcript) · "There Is Something at Work in My Soul Which I Do Not Understand"
(gallery · transcript) · "What Can Stop the Determined Heart" (gallery · transcript) · "A Hope of Meeting You in Another World"
(gallery · transcript) · "I Am Fearless and Therefore Powerful" (gallery · transcript) · "The Summit of My Desires" (gallery · transcript)
"A Strong Effort of the Spirit of Good" (gallery · transcript) · "Great and Sudden Change" (gallery · transcript)
"A Dense and Frightful Darkness" (gallery · transcript) · "The Better Feeling of My Heart" (gallery · transcript)

Start a Discussion Discussions about Anne with an E

  • Cuthbert family in CBC universe

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    • what year is that bible ? someone knows?
    • The Bible is shown shortly after Anne's arrival (1896). The book itself is much older as it contains the dates from as early as 1769.
  • Doctor(s) in Anne with an E

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    • Hi!  I forgot to change the interwiki link between our Wiki and yours when I edited the page. The user who created the Dr. Ward page used ...
    • Yes, it's clear now. ^^
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