A new television series based on the Anne of Green Gables books debuted on the CBC in Canada in March and began streaming on Netflix in mid-May. Regardless of when you started watching it, I'm quite sure you have a passionate - nay, fiery - opinion about this new Anne girl.
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Where are the freckles? Why are her teeth straightened?
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"It's even more empowering."
The actress it the narrator of a new "Anne of Green Gables" audiobook!
Lucy Maud Montgomery’s “Anne of Green Gables” has been brought to life through film and TV on multiple occasions. But no reimagining has touched our hearts more than CBC’s classic 1985 TV movie, featu...
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Happy 141st birthday, L. M. Montgomery!
Martin Sheen will play one half of the brother and sister who adopt Anne Shirley.
But that's an interesting aspect of these Canadian series: not only are there still male-led series (like Murdoch Mysteries) but there are plenty of good male roles in these female-led series. There's far more gender balance in casting than a lot of the traditional male-led series.
Move over, Megan Follows.
My daughter is a voracious reader and has a fantastic English teacher who is keeping her engaged with reading and writing this year. I don't want to discourage her from reading, but I also don't want her reading books that are too adult.
He was the first TV crush for many a young Canadian growing up in the 1980s. Actor Jonathan Crombie won the hearts of countless "Anne Of Green Gables" fans across the country and around the world for...
Prince Edward Island's most famous redhead is now virtually unrecognizable. Anne Shirley, the literary character who starred in L.M. Montgomery's beloved book series "Anne of Green Gables," is a buxom...
I am glad I can laugh about my Anne-likeness. There are worse protagonists to model one's life after. And it sure does make for a jolly good story for everyone to chuckle over. If I wasn't so accident-prone and clumsy, like our Anne with an "e", what a boring existence it would be.
In two weeks, we're going to face our dream -- or our nightmare. That's when we're going to actually start living part-time in our Canadian farmhouse.