After an eventful third season, Manifest is set to return for a fourth season in the fall of 2019. The show has been praised for its intriguing storylines and engaging characters, and fans are eagerly awaiting the next chapter in the series.
While details about the fourth season are still being kept under wraps, we do know that it will continue following the passengers of Flight 828 as they navigate their newfound abilities and all that comes with them. With new challenges and relationships waiting around every corner, it looks like the fourth season is going to be just as exciting as the previous ones.
Be sure to tune in for Manifest’s return on NBC this fall!
It’s true: Manifest is returning for a fourth season on Netflix. The declaration was made on 8.28 a.m. on 8/28/2021-a gesture to the urgent Flight 828 in the series, a plane that profits with its travelers five years after taking off from Jamaica. Practically the entirety of the cast, including drives Josh Dallas and Melissa Roxburgh, will return for the show’s last part (or two). The August 2021 reestablishment of Manifest denoted a dazzling turnaround by Netflix, which at first declined to recharge the series, as did the show’s maker NBC-however both had to reexamine after the expansion of Manifest to Netflix broke U.S. streaming records.
“There is something very meta about the show’s passing and resurrection, considering that that is simply the narrative of the series,” maker Jeff Rake said in a meeting with Entertainment Weekly. He’s alluding to the show’s nominal “manifest” of characters, every one of whom was assumed dead for quite a long time before their plane landed in New York City. The show follows a brother and sister pair Dallas and Roxburgh-as they look to get the pieces and find out the very thing that happened to them.
Netflix’s choice to reestablish Manifest came two months after the decoration got the first and second periods of the NBC show. Per Hollywood Reporter, 25 million Netflix accounts in the U.S. what’s more, Canada watched the show in its first month. Indeed, even after Manifest exited the No.1 spot, it kept on ruling Netflix’s outlines: In August of 2021, Nielson affirmed that Manifest had broken its streaming-evaluations records with more than a billion perspectives every week for six straight weeks. Also, by September, Manifest was the third show in Netflix history to sit in its Top 10 for 100 days of all time.