The mystery drama will return for Season 4 after all.
August 28, 2021
Word is out that Netflix has ordered a fourth and final season of Manifest, saving the show from cancellation just two months after NBC gave it the ax. The news will surely delight fans of the mystery drama, who have helped it perform well on the streaming service despite being cancelled. Producer Warner Bros. has been involved in extended negotiations for a while now to bring the series and its cast and crew back.
While the show's original network couldn't find a way to bring it back for Season 4, Netflix surely saw the demand after the first two seasons have been topping its charts since June. There was talk at the time of possible interest from other outlets, but momentum for a new season appeared to die out despite pleas from fans who kept the #SaveManifest hashtag alive on Twitter.
Manifest follows the passengers and crew of Montego Air Flight 828, which recently landed safely after being reported missing five years ago. To those aboard, though, it was just a typical flight with a bit of turbulence. With the returned passengers and crew back home, they now face a new reality with a second chance. But a deeper mystery starts to unfold as some of the returned realize they could be meant for something greater.
The fourth season of Manifest will likely return sometime in 2022, comprising of 20 episodes split into two 10-episode parts. This final run will be able to give dedicated fans some much-needed answers as to exactly what happened to the passengers of flight 828.
Andrew Arthur Dawson
08/28/21 at 11:07pm
I understand all the comparisons to Lost. There are countless shows that have come out since Lost that have tried to be like Lost. Does Manifest have strong comparisons to Lost? Yes. Is it just like Lost? No. Look, I watched all of Lost and predicted it’s ending after the second or third episode of the first season. I honestly don’t know the ending or have any clue of what the ending of Manifest will be like, which is why I have liked Manifest far better. Regardless, if you haven’t watched every episode of Manifest since its beginning, please try to refrain from judgments, as the show is fun and interesting and far better than most sci fi fantasy shows. And at least it’s not the same crime, hospital, legal, and serial drama procedure shows that are glutting the masses of TV these days.
08/28/21 at 10:03pm
I just want to see Michaela and Jared get back together.
08/28/21 at 09:19pm
20 episodes to see an ending??? I watched it but it got weird and boring the farther along the show went.
08/28/21 at 08:49pm
I gave up on that one during season 1, when it became all about the kid.
Nudnik of Time
08/28/21 at 06:52pm
@Robert: "This show has constantly went down hill from a great season one."
WENT? You mean GONE. You are allowed to watch tv?
scott a. brady
08/28/21 at 05:33pm
the concept was slated originally for 6 season, so i hope that it is not rushed for a proper ending. when the show haven was on the air. they cancelled it quickly for its last season. i know it was based off a book (I not read it) , but it seemed rushed in the final episode. So we will see what happens next.
08/28/21 at 04:14pm
Awesome news. Now I have an excuse to get Netflix.
08/28/21 at 04:04pm
Great news! The Plopster is one of many who didn't get into this show until it hit Netflix post-cancelation, but I got hooked quick and looking forward to a proper ending!
08/28/21 at 04:03pm
A few episodes into season 2 I knew that it was going to be like Lost, so I gave up as I was really "lost". Glad to know there will be an ending. I will wait for the cliffs notes.
08/28/21 at 02:52pm
It was never like lost. Lost jumped around all the time , had ancient gods , and then they were are all in a created heaven created by one character after he died years later after the events of the show.
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