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The Canadian series Anne with an E, produced by CBC Television in partnership with Netflix, had its first season released in 2017 and won over many fans around the world, but not enough to ensure it lived for many years and was officially canceled in the end 2019, after showing its third and then last season in Canada.
The news has been dated for more than a month, but fans (mainly Brazilians) of the production are still fighting for a renewal, although Netflix is showing no interest in changing its decision.
Tonight on Monday, January 20, “ANNE DIDN’T END” became the first most talked about topic on Twitter not only in Brazil, but worldwide, as fans came together for a new digital protest against Anne’s demise with an E, which gathered more than 100,000 publications over three hours.
In contrast, Netflix Brasil shares on its Twitter a video of Amybeth McNulty, the protagonist of the series, sending a message to Brazilian fans to thank for the comments, but the streaming platform makes it clear: The story of Anne With An E ended.
Disgusted by the lack of dialogue with Netflix, many fans are turning their tweets and efforts to Disney +, Disney’s recently launched streaming service that has already shown a brief interest in buying the series adaptation rights and continuing the story of the books by Lucy Maud Montgomery, but nothing has yet been decided.
In the meantime, read more about Anne with an E at Cinema10.