Canadian Drama, Anne With An E, has a very rocky future ahead. Moreover, the show, which premieres on Netflix and CBC, has three seasons out. Fans loved the show as well as the cast and plot. However, the show’s fate remains undecided. There are many speculations about the fourth season of Anne With an E. Netflix previously canceled the show for good after season 3. However, they were looking forward to bring it back.
Production of shows and movies has stopped because of the global pandemic
The series’ based on the 1908 novel, “Anne of Green Gables” and revolves around the story of the lead character, Anne. The streaming platforms, CBC and Netflix, both dropped the show after the release of the third season.
Besides, the third season released CBC from September to November 2019. After two months, it premiered on Netflix in January 2020. Even before it’s release on Netflix, the streaming giant revealed it’s a cancellation.
The third season took us on the adventures of Anne, an orphan. Moreover, we get to see more of her life in school and finally come across her, falling in love with her love interest, Gilbert Blythe.
Other than that, the show focuses on many important themes that aren’t spoken about enough. The creators of the show have included unspoken topics like familial legacies, and it’s impacts, gender, and race as well as individuality.
Anne with an E season 4 might get renewed
The show easily has many loyal fans who helped them win ‘Best Canadian Drama’ for season one. Of course, fans didn’t take the sudden cancellation of the show very well. Some started protesting, and others started hashtag campaigns on Twitter. Furthermore, fans tweeted several hashtags like #RenewAnneWithAnE on their Twitter handles and took the social app by storm.
However, let’s hope luck’s on the fans’ side, and either one of the streaming platforms decides to get the show back. If so, Season 4 might not release by next year or most likely end of 2021. Moreover, the coronavirus outbreak has forced all Tv shows and movies as well to stop filming and production temporarily.