A bungled message brings spirited orphan Anne Shirley to Green Gables, where unmarried siblings Matthew and Marilla Cuthbert are waiting for a boy.
A determined Matthew embarks on a journey to bring Anne home. Marilla is sick with worry but struggles to express her emotions.
Anne starts school in Avonlea and discovers she has much to learn. Marilla steps out of her comfort zone to attend a meeting for progressive mothers.
A minister's advice prompts Marilla to question her choices. When tragedy strikes, Anne's intellect saves lives -- and her sullied reputation.
Anne hosts Diana for her first "grown-up" tea, but the affair proves a bit too intoxicating. Matthew runs an errand of utmost importance.
Anne's resourcefulness mends fences with the Barrys when Minnie May falls gravely ill. An affecting loss stirs up memories of Marilla's past.
With the future of Green Gables at stake -- and an ailing Matthew confined to bed -- Anne and Marilla move mountains to save their home.
The Cuthberts' boarders stir excitement with a question: Could there be gold in Avonlea? Elsewhere, Gilbert makes a new friend at sea.
The steamer lands in Trinidad, bringing Bash face to face with his past. The Barrys get behind the gold rush, but Matthew and Marilla aren't so sure.
An adventure away with the Barrys teaches Anne to trust her instincts. Marilla begins to suspect that her boarders aren’t as innocent as they seem.
Anne writes letters as an "agent of romance" while Diana trains at home to be a lady. A life-changing encounter steers Gilbert toward his destiny.
A game of spin the bottle prompts burning questions about love and beauty. Anne and Cole bond over their differences as Gilbert makes his way home.
Anne faces the world with a shocking new look while the town preps for its annual Christmas pantomime. Gilbert and Bash join the Cuthberts for dinner.
Cole accompanies the girls to Aunt Josephine's for a lavish party filled with surprises. Back at home, Marilla's health takes a worrisome turn.
With a wedding on the horizon, Anne wonders what kind of bride she'd like to be. Marilla sees an oculist, and Bash meets a friendly face in "The Bog."
A brand-new teacher brings unconventional methods -- and a motorbike -- to Avonlea. Gilbert's plan to speed up his studies leaves Bash feeling lost.
Anne rallies her friends to save Miss Stacy in the wake of a disastrous incident. Bash gets an unexpected gift, and Cole makes a surprising choice.
Anne meets a kindred spirit from a nearby Mi'kmaq village, then launches a bold quest for her 16th birthday: to learn about her lineage.
Anne revisits Saint Albans Orphanage to ask about her birth parents, and Mary's son Elijah returns home. Rachel decides Miss Stacy needs a suitor.
As Easter approaches, Mary falls seriously ill, and everyone steps in to help. The government opens a residential school in Halifax.
While Bash looks for Elijah in Charlottetown, Anne vows to finish her search -- with or without Marilla's blessing. Back home, Diana longs for adventure.
A dance practice stirs unfamiliar feelings between Anne and Gilbert. A desperate Bash writes to his mother in Trinidad.
At the county fair, Anne consults a fortune teller who claims to see love in her future. A nervous Gilbert prepares to meet Winifred's parents.
After speaking her mind in print, Anne inflames the town -- but she refuses to be silenced. A secret drives Anne and Diana apart.
Ka'kwet runs away from school, and Miss Stacy weighs her options in the wake of tragedy. Aunt Josephine urges Diana to take the Queens entrance exam.
Anne confesses her feelings for Gilbert -- but is she too late? Meanwhile, Matthew helps Ka'kwet's family, and Bash's mother adapts to life in Avonlea.
Change is in the air as Anne turns toward college to start the next chapter of her life. It's her biggest adventure to date.