Anne with an E is coming to an end. The series, which airs on CBC and Netflix has been cancelled after three seasons. There will not be a fourth season of the series. The series finale aired on CBC this week, and Netflix viewers will see the final season on the streaming series in January, per TV Line.
Moira Walley-Beckett, the creator of the series, went to her Instagram to share her reaction to the cancellation of the Netflix series.
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Beloved fans & friends of #AWAE, I’m sorry for the sad Netflix/CBC news today 🧡 I wish it could be different but it cannot. We have reached the end of the red Green Gables road after 3 wonderful seasons. My heart is heavy but I am so proud of this show – proud of my talented cast, crew, writers, and directors for working together so passionately to bring my vision of #annewithane to life 🧡 I am grateful and humbled by this experience and I truly feel blessed to have had the opportunity to share this beautiful, meaningful story with all of you, my kindred spirits🌿 I know you have loved this series as much as I have and I thank you for that forever and a day 🧡 🦋#annewithane #neverforget #kindredspiritsforever #differentisntbaditsjustnotthesame #beautyisallaroundyou #sharethelight #adventureawaits #lovethenaturalworld #aheadbyacentury #practicekindness #loveoneanother #loveisloveislove #beagoodfriend #maketheworldbetter #foreverandaday 🧡 PS: I have many more pics and stories to share 🧡🌱 Love, MWB 🦉🙋🏼♀️ photo @michaelkuijl
After fans learned of the cancellation, Walley-Beckett shared more in a statement to Entertainment Weekly. She said the following:
“The fan support and love for Anne with an E is overwhelming, heartening, and wonderful — how I love these Kindred Spirits. This proves to me how much this show has connected with a diverse audience around the world and how meaningful it is to everyone. I am incredibly proud of these three seasons. Creating Anne with an E was an amazing experience — it was my heart project and I gave all of myself to it. I’m so grateful to my extraordinary cast, crew, writers, and directors for passionately bringing my vision to life.”
In addition, she revealed that fans could see more of Anne with an E at some point. She is not against taking the world and its characters to the big screen at some point.
What do you think? Are you a fan of Anne with an E? Are you sad to hear of the show’s cancellation? Do you want to see the characters head to the big screen?