Anne (2017– )
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I Am No Bird, and No Net Ensnares Me 

Filled with worry Matthew Cuthbert races to find Anne before it's too late.


Helen Shaver


Moira Walley-Beckett (created by), Lucy Maud Montgomery (novel) | 2 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Amybeth McNulty ... Anne Shirley
Matt Willis ... Tradesman
Geraldine James ... Marilla Cuthbert
R.H. Thomson ... Matthew Cuthbert
Dalila Bela ... Diana Barry
Corrine Koslo Corrine Koslo ... Rachel Lynde
Aymeric Jett Montaz ... Jerry Baynard
Ian D. Clark ... Stationmaster (as Ian Clark)
Jonathan Holmes ... Mr. William Barry
Helen Johns ... Mrs. Eliza Barry
Sarah Dodd Sarah Dodd ... Matron
Dan Warry-Smith ... Stablemaster
Philip Williams ... Thomas Lynde (as Phillip Williams)
Ryan Kiera Armstrong ... Minnie May Barry
Torquil Colbo Torquil Colbo ... Sam


Filled with worry Matthew Cuthbert races to find Anne before it's too late.

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26 March 2017 (Canada) See more »

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Did You Know?


The title is a quote from 'Jane Eyre' by Charlotte Brontë - "I am no bird; and no net ensnares me: I am a free human being with an independent will." See more »


When you first go back to the house, the first establishing shot you can see in the background a crane for light. See more »


Anne Shirley: How dare you sneak around listening to my private conversation?
Jerry Baynard: I wasn't listening, I was sleeping.
Anne Shirley: So you're lazy and a snoop.
Jerry Baynard: It was too late to go home last night. There was so much work, because Mr. Cuthbert was away - looking for you.
Anne Shirley: What all did you hear me say?
Jerry Baynard: Why would I care what you say to a horse?
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Ahead By A Century
Written and Performed by The Tragically Hip
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20 November 2017 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

This second episode has a couple focuses. The first is the effort by Matthew Cuthbert to find Anne and bring her back home, risking life and limb in the process. She has been sent away, accused of a theft she did not commit. She has hardened herself. When she gets to the orphanage, she feels the ghost of the mistreatment she suffered there. The second has to do with her dealing with Marilla, who refuses to apologize for her part in this intense situation. When she is finally back, she realizes quickly that her social status is questionable. She has befriended a little girl from a rich family, and while the girl has no prejudice toward her, the mother, a virago, is sure her little girl will be contaminated. The other kids at a picnic are equally cruel to her. This leads to an extremely emotional scene. I'm curious to see where the next actions take us.

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