Since last year, my fiancee and I have been watching Road to Avonlea. It's related to the Anne of Green Gables novels, and is about the lives of the King family who live in a small community on Prince Edward Island during the very early 20th century. We had liked the previous four seasons, so five was a no-brainer.
This was also the last season featuring Sarah Polley as Sara Stanley. The show started with Sara as the main character. But as more as it moved along, she became more and more distant. Polley had wanted to leave the series, and it was rather sad to see her last main story-line be a rather lame relationship to a minister's son.
This season mainly focuses on Sara's cousins Felicity and Felix King. Felix is becoming more of a man, and is doing very well working at the White Sands Hotel. While Felicity is making hard life choices like whether to marry Gus Pike or enter medical school.
But ironically, this season had some of my favorite episodes. I really liked the story about the mysterious farm-hand with a troubled history but a good heart. I also thought they handled the episode where Cecily King catches tuberculosis very well. Even though the show really has changed since the start, I will stick with it until the end.