The actress who plays one of the series' most beloved characters continues her career after the great success of the show, which was canceled at the end of its third season
The classic novel's adaptation of the book written by Lucy Maud Montgomery in 1908, called "Anne of Green Gables", was named just "Anne" in its first season for television and finally "Anne With An E", achieving enormous success and fanaticism in three seasons.
The story of Anne Shirley, the red-haired orphan girl with boundless imagination was created for the CBC by Moira Walley-Beckett, in co-production with Netflix and starring Amybeth McNulty.
On March 19, 2017, it was released on CBC and launched internationally on May 12 through the streaming platform.
Unfortunately, shortly after the third season was released in 2019, CBC and Netflix announced the cancellation of the series although they did not provide explanations about this decision, taken together.
Meanwhile, fans around the world are gathering signatures for them to retake the recordings, and they have already surpassed 2 million signatures.
But to alleviate a little the pain left by the departure of Anne, who we did not see studying at university or marrying Gilbert, we can console ourselves with the new productions in which actress Amybeth McNulty is working for the big screen.
3 film projects in which we can find the young redhead are in the filming stage. One is called "Black Medicine" and tells the story of a black market doctor who carries out illegal operations for the criminal underworld. The doctor takes in a young woman (McNulty) and must choose between breaking his medical oath or mocking his employers.
"Maternal", a thriller directed by actress Megan Follows (who also happened to play Anne Shirley in the 1985 adaptation), is in post-production.
In addition, it is known that Amybeth already has a drama in the works titled All My Puny Sorrows, although there's still not much information about it.
We look forward to seeing the young woman soon behind the camera, although it will be difficult to forget her character in Anne with an E!