The series depicted various themes in the most elegant way possible. Anne with an E stands out from the rest of the series for its flawless depiction of the issues such as orphaning, psychological trauma, racism, religion, child abandonment, social problems such as gender inequality, freedom of speech, pressure for conformity, and how they have been mesmerizingly captured and tackled in this series.
Anne With an E Season 4 Expected Release Date:
The first season was released on March 19, 2017, on CBC; the series aired on Netflix, thus releasing internationally on May 12, 2017, the second season was announced for renewal on August 3, 2017, and ultimately premiered on July 6, 2018, on Netflix and 23 September on CBC while the latest season, season 3 released on September 22, 2019, on CBC, after it was renewal in August 2018. It ultimately released on Netflix on January 3, 2020. The fans have been desperately waiting for a season 4
The fans must know that the CBC president, Catherine Tait affirmed in 2019, after the release of the finale of the third season, that it doesn’t wish to have any further collaboration with Netflix.
It is being rumored that both CBC and Netflix, upon ending their deal on the third season’s finale, were deciding on canceling the show. Fans have taken to Twitter and Banner’s and hoardings requesting the release of a fourth season.
The story is set in the 1980s, and the backdrop is country, outskirts a metropolitan city in Canada when siblings Matthew and Marilla, both of them elderly, decide to embrace an orphan boy, basically planning to adopt the kid to acquire help around their vintage farm, inherited by them from their forefathers.
They stumble upon an unknown orphan girl, 13 years of age, who is quite a cheerful, curious, bright, and creative-minded one named Anne. She became an orphan when she was a few months old. While Matthew is very much in favor of keeping Anne and adopting her, Marilla expresses her strong unwillingness to do so as she finds it difficult to trust her. Well, her thoughts are provoked when a brooch goes missing.
Marilla accuses Anne of stealing the Brooch. Later on, she sends her away to the orphanage, where formerly when Anne lived, she faced brutal bullying and discrimination, haunted by these threats, and returned to the station. On the other hand, Marilla discovers how her personal bias against Anne led her into misjudging her and thus accusing her.
Thus both Matthew and Marilla begin searching for her and, upon discovering her, insisting she come back with them to the greens. Anne happily agrees and is later made a part of the family. However, the bullying and discrimination episodes keep up as she goes into her new school, Avonlea. But the fighter is facing all the problems with her instincts of survival, a problem-tackling mind, and problem-solving abilities.
The cast of the movie comprised of Amybeth McNulty playing Anne Shirley, Geraldine James playing Marilla Cuthbert, Dalila Bela playing Diana Berry, Lucas Jade Zumann playing Gilbert Blythe, R.H. Thompson is playing Matthew Cuthbert, Corrine Koslo as Rachel Lynde, Dalmar Abuzeid playing Sebastian ‘Bash’ Lacroix, Joanna Douglas is playing Miss Muriel Stacy and Ashleigh Stewart as Winifred “Winnie” Rose.