Little Women: Season 1
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When the Civil War disrupts a family's happy life in Pennsylvania, they struggle to maintain normalcy but are eventually forced to move north. A Japanese take on the classic story. These girls may be poor, but not even a war can break their bonds of sisterhood.
Keiko Han, Eiko Yamada, Mayumi Sho, Rei Sakuma, Taeko Nakanishi, Osamu Saka, Ranko Mizuki, Hisako Okata
Little Women: Season 1
Season 1 of Little Women has 42 episodes. Because different Netflix countries have different availability for episodes, you'll need to check the episode listing below to see which are available in Canada.
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A woman and her four daughters live near Gettysburg, Pennsylvania during the Civil War. One day, her husband returns home injured in the battlefield.
Spying a Confederate soldier, Frederic evacuates his family and returns to his unit. One day, Beth finds a kitten and names it Milky Ann.
Concord, where the March family lives, is occupied by the Confederate Army. When Beth goes to the shed, she is taken hostage by John, a runaway slave.
Soldiers come to the March house, but fail to find John enabling him to escape safely. Deciding to evacuate, Mary writes to Martha in Newcord.
Fighting breaks out in Gettysburg and people begin to flee. The March family attempts to evacuate, but can they escape?
On the night the March family flees to the hills the Confederate Army sets fire to the town. Frederic returns to find their house burned down.
The March family arrives in Newcord and heads for Martha’s estate. But Martha’s reception is cold and she refuses to help them. They seek out a hotel.
The March family have the use of two rooms in Martha’s house. However, Meg and Amy suggest they move to a hotel as it is so cramped there.
Martha allows Jo use of the library. She takes the initiative to show the local newspaper the novel she has written.
Mary begins volunteering with the Relief Society for soldiers at the front. Anthony apologizes to Jo for criticizing her novel before reading it.
Mary is volunteering and Meg begins tutoring. Jo’s article about the Battle of Gettysburg is printed in the newspaper. When Martha reads it...
David feels the March family is an imposition and tells as much to Martha. Angry, Jo looks for lodgings herself, but Martha tells her she needn’t.
Anthony tells Jo about a room for rent. It is in the home of a glass artisan, and is an unusual design with his workshop inside.
The home room teacher at Amy’s new school is very strict, and the students all play up, taking snacks to school. Amy falls under their influence.
To go on to university, Laurie returns to Mr. Lawrence. Meg makes a new friend Sallie, and Mary hopes her daughters will make many friends.
The March sisters begin to notice Laurie who has been watching them. One day Meg is invited to a ball at the King home where she tutors.
Meg, once suspected of stealing, continues tutoring at the King’s. Aunt Martha plans to leave her estate to the March sisters.
Sallie invites Meg and Jo to their first ball. They prepare for the party, but Jo is worried about the patches on her dress and can’t get excited.
Jo gets closer to Laurie and Meg to Sallie and her friends. Meg hurts her leg at the dance and Laurie takes her home in a carriage.
Jo writes the script for the March family’s annual Christmas play. Worried over Laurie’s absence, they find he’s come down with a cold.
The March family is busy with Christmas preparations when Aunt Martha comes and gives them each a dollar. The girls decide to buy their mother a gift.
On Christmas day, Mary suggests her daughters give their breakfast to the impoverished Hummel family. Mr. Lawrence is moved when he hears this.
Jo and Amy are invited to tea by their neighbor Mr. Lawrence. Beth, who was too shy to accept his offer, is curious about the Lawrence’s piano.
Jo takes Beth to the Lawrence home so that she can play the piano. Meg follows and meets Mr. Brooke, Laurie’s tutor.
Mr. Lawrence prepares new sheet music for Beth who plays the piano at his house every day. Beth decides to make him slippers to repay his kindness.
Beth gives her homemade slippers to Mr. Lawrence. He is so touched he decides to give her his late granddaughter’s piano.
The Lieutenant Governor’s wife visits Amy’s school. She and the teacher praise Amy during class, but Amy’s envious classmates make false accusations.
Laurie invites Jo and Meg to a play being performed in Newcord. Amy wants to go too, but Jo admonishes her for wanting to join without an invitation.
Amy apologizes to Jo for burning her manuscript but Jo won’t forgive her. She decides to follow Jo skating and apologize again.
Jo and Laurie save Amy after she falls in the river, but Jo beats herself up for getting angry and acting out of character. Mary tries to cheer Jo up.
Meg is invited to spend two weeks with the upper crust Moffatts whom she met at the ball. Martha is worried their lavish ways will be a bad influence.
Jo is overjoyed she will have a one month break when Martha goes to a hot spring retreat. She makes plans to see a play with Anthony.
Laurie invites Jo and her sisters to an outdoor party. Mr. Brooke’s brother, Tom is visiting and joins in. They all enjoy the day eating and fishing.
Tom and Amy have trouble catching any fish in the river. Worried, Jo, Laurie, and Mr. Brooke go looking for them only to find...
Jo finishes her novel and is unable to sleep with excitement. Meg can’t sleep either and Jo points out that it is because she is in love.
Jo heads to the newspaper office to find out if they will use her novel, but gets no answer. The next day Anthony visits the March home.
A phone call comes saying Frederic is gravely ill. With the help of Mr. Lawrence and Martha, Mary heads for Washington where he is in hospital.
Jo cuts her hair but then regrets it and can’t sleep. The next morning Mary and Mr. Brooke leave for Washington and the sisters are sick with worry.
The girls receive a letter that says their father is recovering and write a reply. Mr. Brooke writes Meg a letter but addresses it to the Lawrence’s.
Beth looks after the Hummel’s baby, but it dies from scarlet fever. Jo is worried Beth may have contracted the disease herself.
Amy goes to stay with Martha to avoid catching Beth’s scarlet fever. Mr. Lawrence comes to check on her every day as everyone prays for her recovery.
Beth’s condition worsens and her life is at risk. Jo thinks if Mary were there Beth would recover, but she is stuck in heavy snow.