Anne With an E (TV Series) Season 2 Review

Anne With an E Netflix poster season 2

Unlike Canadian children, I was actually not a child when I saw Anne of Green Gables (or read the books) mini-series for the first time. Since I’m American, Anne of Green Gables isn’t as well known to us as it is in Canada. While the 1985 series was pretty old even in about 2010 when I saw it, I really liked the characters and story. I was excited and impressed by the new reboot series Anne With an “E” which is known as simply Anne back in Canada.

Marilla Matthew Cuthbert and Anne Shirley Anne With an E Netflix

The new season takes place soon after the events of the first. Two new boarders take up residence in Green Gables. However, the Cuthbert siblings (and the adopted Anne Shirley) have no idea that the two men actually were the ones who beat up Jerry awhile back. And they seem to have plans that are no good for the entire community of Avonlea.

Anne Shirley Diana Barry and Cole Anne with an E Netflix

Anne is finally to start to fit-in (sorta) at school and in Avonlea. While her best friend is still Diana Barry, she has the chance to make newer friends including Cole who is the new outcast at school. While Cole is somewhat popular among the girls, it’s the boys he doesn’t fit in well with. And Anne has the talent of trying to help everyone around her, though she usually ends up making it worse in the short-term.

Gilbert and Sebastián Anne with an E Netflix

Gilbert Blythe is out traveling the world after leaving Prince Edward Island. He makes friends with Sebastian Lacroix who he meets while working tough labor on ships in the Atlantic. Gilbert gets to see new areas of the world he had never seen before. However home will be calling Gilbert to return to Avonlea soon enough.

Anne Shirley makes potato light bulb Anne with an E Netflix

Overall while I liked the newest season, it wasn’t quite as good as the first. The wait for the third season won’t kill me, but I look forward to it when the time eventually comes.

Score: B-

Published by Adam (Neko Random)

Nerdy guy who loves video games, movies, history, tv, and trivia.

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