Based on Lucy Maud Montgomery's novel, Emily of New Moon is the brilliant story of a free-spirited, orphaned girl, whose vivid imagination, passion to write, and romantic nature clash with her strict adoptive family. Season 2 follows Emily (Martha MacIsaac) and her family as they reel with grief after the tragic death of a family member. In the midst of their suffering, they learn that the deed for New Moon belongs to someone else -- and that they could lose the property if they don't fight for it. Meanwhile, with New Moon on the brink of being lost, someone unlikely battles a drug addiction. The 13 episodes of Season 2 aired from 1998-9 on Canada's CBC network.
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Real people have problems, and as you watch the story of this unconventional family unfold you can't help being moved as they face the trials and tribulations of life. The characters are so well developed and so brilliantly portrayed you begin to understand each one and accept them as they are. I watched the series with my granddaughter which lead to many fine topics for discussion. I look forward to a season 3. This one is a keeper. I loved it. It takes Anne of Green Gables to the next level.