Anne Shirley heads to school in the city, and Matthew and Marilla face emptiness. Will Anne, overwhelmed by competition — especially from Gilbert Blythe — find that the dark cloud over her life does have a silver lining?
Join Anne Shirley as she turns 13 and faces complex issues with friends, adults and Gilbert. Her free-spirited nature is challenged by her perceived need to be sensible, a journey fraught with confusion and some unfortunate — albeit amusing — mishaps.
A new adaptation of Lucy Maud Montgomery’s classic novel tells the story of Anne Shirley, a precocious orphan placed in the care of uptight Marilla Cuthbert and her brother Matthew, played by acclaimed actor Martin Sheen.
Anne laments to Matthew that she wishes that she was still 12, but feels conflicted about what she wants. Matthew shares sage advice to help Anne sort through her feelings.
After a shocking encounter with Diana’s great-aunt, Josephine Barry, Anne finds herself in hot water with Marilla and Mr. and Mrs. Barry. However, while making amends with the Barry family for fear of losing Diana, Anne makes a surprising new friend in Avonlea.
Marilla and Matthew are in for a surprise when they discover that a peddler has stopped by Green Gables and that an over-trusting Anne has made an impulse purchase. Marilla scolds Anne for not staying true to her word and questions whether she is truly “trying her very hardest to be sensible.”
When Anne forges a close friendship with schoolmate Diana Barry, she receives an invitation to be an overnight guest with the Barry family. Despite Marilla’s initial reluctance to let her go, a dispute with Matthew and a display of maturity from a nearly 13-year-old Anne sways her. But will Anne be on her best behavior?
Martin Sheen (Matthew Cuthbert) and Ella Ballentine (Anne Shirley) discuss adolescence and romance as a new chapter of Anne’s life unfolds in the upcoming sequel based on the L. M. Montgomery classic. Join Anne Shirley as she turns 13 and faces complex issues with friends, adults and Gilbert.
Anne finds herself in the midst of conflict when a peer challenges her to a game of “dare.” Hoping to impress her onlookers, including Diana Barry and Gilbert Blythe, Anne must decide if defending her honor is worth risking her own safety in the process.
Upon ruining a pie, Anne contends that there are "two Annes" living inside her, which causes her to be troublesome. Marilla is not amused, and hopes Anne strives to live a more sensible life.
Matthew Cuthbert (Martin Sheen) gives Anne Shirley (Ella Ballentine) the lay of the land as they arrive at Green Gables. Anne makes an immediate impression on Matthew with her love for daydreaming. She’s not a boy, after all, but could Anne and Matthew become fast friends?
Anne (Ella Ballentine) attends a picnic with Josie Pye (Stefani Kimber), who points out a handsome young man named Gilbert Blythe (Drew Haytaoglu). Then Anne tastes ice cream for the first time in her life, much to the surprise of Mrs. Lynde (Kate Hennig).
A new adaptation of Lucy Maud Montgomery’s classic novel tells the story of Anne Shirley, a precocious orphan placed in the care of uptight Marilla Cuthbert and her brother Matthew, played by acclaimed actor Martin Sheen. Neither the adventurous Anne nor the conservative Marilla could anticipate the profound effect they’d have on each other’s lives.
Marilla Cuthbert (Sara Botsford) knew that Anne Shirley (Ella Ballentine) had a lot to learn, but she is amazed that Anne doesn’t know any prayers. Anne has a can-do attitude and an active imagination, so she makes up her own unique prayer.
Mr. Phillips (Kyle Gatehouse) does not tolerate rowdy behavior in this classroom. When Gilbert Blythe (Drew Haytaoglu) and Anne (Ella Ballentine) cause a commotion during his lesson, Mr. Phillips acts quickly. Will he teach Anne how to control her temper?
Siblings Marilla and Matthew Cuthbert (Sara Botsford and Martin Sheen) are in for a surprise when Anne Shirley (Ella Ballentine) arrives at Green Gables. Marilla was expecting a boy to help around the farm, which Anne is most surely not. Matthew does his best to be the voice of reason and Marilla grudgingly accepts her new farmhand.