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"I read in a book once that a rose by any other name would smell as sweet, but I've never been able to believe it. I don't believe a rose would be as nice if it was called a thistle or a skunk-cabbage."
This article is about the second season of Anne with an E (2017–2018). You may be looking for the second season of Road to Avonlea (1990–1996), Green Gables Fables (2014–2016) or Project Green Gables (2015–2018).

Season 2 is the second season of the Canadian TV series Anne with an E (2017–2018). The renewal of Anne with an E for a second season was announced by CBC and Netflix on August 3, 2017.

The whole season was first released on Netflix on July 6, 2018. It premiered on CBC with "Youth Is the Season of Hope" on September 23, 2018, and ended with "The Growing Good of the World" on November 18, 2018.

SummaryEdit

CastEdit

  • Milton Barnes as Isaac (1/10)/Porter (1/10)
  • Charlie Benger as Michael Cuthbert (1/10)
  • Joanne Boland as Woman in Blue Top Hat (1/10)
  • Zoe Brown as Child #5 (1/10)
  • Robert Clarke as Oculist (1/10)
  • Roger Clown as Old Teacher (1/10)
  • Jim Codrington as Clergyman (1/10)
  • Joey Coleman as Policeman (1/10)
  • Will Conlon as White Man (1/10)
  • Sean Cullen as Talking Sunflower (1/10)
  • Shawn Devlin as Man #2 (1/10)
  • Ivano DiCaro as Child #3 (1/10)
  • Sarah Dodd as Matron (1/10)
  • Ian Downie as Ancient Receptionist (1/10)
  • Elana Dunkelman as Pixie Haired Woman (1/10)
  • J. Sean Elliott as Male Artist (1/10)
  • Franck Fon as Hammock Man (1/10)
  • Neil Foster as Bank Manager (1/10)
  • Cassidy Fox as Young Marilla (1/10)
  • David Fox as Infirm Old Man (1/10)
  • Chandra Galasso as Brothel Madam (1/10)
  • Philip Graeme as Wealthy Man (1/10)
  • Harper Gunn as Child #1 (1/10)
  • Stephen Guy-McGrath as Stationmaster (1/10)
  • Jill Harland as Impressed Guest (1/10)
  • Daniel Kash as Pawnbroker (1/10)
  • Dan Lett as Clayton (1/10)
  • Jane Luk as Female Artist (1/10)
  • Maxim Lutterotti as Child #4 (1/10)
  • Luke Marty as Younger Gentleman (1/10)
  • Araya Mengesha as Elijah (1/10)
  • Luke McCoag as Neighbour (1/10)
  • Glen McDonald as Man #1 (1/10)
  • James McDougall as Stablehand (1/10)
  • Ngabo Nabea as Street Vendor (1/10)
  • Greta Onieogou as Ruth (1/10)
  • Sheronna Osbourne as Black Woman (1/10)
  • Talon Queffelec as Anne Stunt Double (1/10)
  • Ella Parent as Child #2 (1/10)
  • Brian Paul as Dr. Ward (1/10)
  • Tim Post as Conductor (1/10)
  • Max Rampino as Boy (1/10)
  • Delphine Roussel as Marilla's Mother (1/10)
  • Geoff Stevens as Man in Drag (1/10)
  • Nathalie Toriel as Cecile Chaminade (1/10)
  • Katelyn Wells as Mary Joe (1/10)
  • Kirsten Wendlandt as Sales Floor Employee (1/10)
  • Chorus Members: Karen P. Brown (1/10), Alexandra Chaves (1/10), Michael Crawford (1/10), Alec Dahmer (1/10), Malakai Fox (1/10), Madi Langdon (1/10), Christina Pitts (1/10), Steve Ross (1/10)

CrewEdit

Assistant Director: Sorcha Vasey[3]
Directors: Helen Shaver, Amanda Tapping, Anne Wheeler[4]
Director of Photography: Jackson Parrell[3]
Executive Producer: Moira Walley-Beckett
Writers: Moira Walley-Beckett, Jane Maggs, Shernold Edwards, Kathryn Borel, Amanda Fahey, Naledi Jackson

The following information was taken from the IMDb Cast & Crew page. It should not be considered to be a definitive and accurate list until further confirmation by a relevant source (such as statements made by cast and crew themselves, official press releases or the episode ending credits).

Cast: Elana Dunkelman (Pixie Haired Woman), Delphine Roussel (Marilla's Mother)
Art Department: Jacques Fortier
Assistant Director: Danny McLeod, MK Morris
Camera and Electrical Department: Dwain Barrick, Dan Wallace
Casting Department: Jesse Griffiths
Costume Designer: Alexander Reda
Editor: Stephen Philipson, D. Gillian Truster
Makeup Department: Omar Roessler
Producers: Jane Maggs
Production Design: Jean-François Campeau
Sound Department: Brian Horrell, Danielle McBride, Alexander Rosborough
Special Effects: Derek Liscoumb, Kirk Middleton, Michele Sloss
Transportation Department: James Strike
Other Crew: William Flower, Stacy Scalisi

EpisodesEdit

Behind the scenesEdit

  • The filming officially began on September 26, 2017, in Prince Edward Island.[5]
  • The filming locations included Cape Tryon Light (Prince Edward Island coastline).[3]
  • The season premiere was directed by Helen Shaver. Amanda Tapping returned to direct another episode in February.[6] Both Shaver and Tapping already worked on Season 1 episodes, "I Am No Bird, and No Net Ensnares Me" and "Wherever You Are Is My Home" respectively.
  • Anne Dixon is no longer the costume designer of the series.[7]

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