“Manifest” still takes one last flight!
The beloved tv series, which originally aired on NBC before it was canceled after three seasons, has skyrocketed fans and cast members after Netflix announced it was reviving the series. According to streaming service, ‘Manifest’ will officially return for an oversized fourth and final season. “
Make the announcement all the more special? Netflix shared the exciting news on Saturday, August 28 – a date that marks the unofficial holiday for “Manifest” fans, as the premise centers on Flight 828 and its passengers, who have been mysteriously missing for more than five years. without getting old.
“What started years ago as a whimsical soar into the depths of my imagination has turned into the jet engine journey of a lifetime,” creator Jeff Rake said in a statement. “Never in my wildest dreams could I have imagined the worldwide outpouring of love and support for this story, its characters and the team that work so hard to bring it to life.”
Rake explained that he was thrilled to be able to “reward fans with the ending they deserve.”
“On behalf of the cast, the crew, the writers, directors and producers, thank you to Netflix, Warner Bros., and of course the fans,” he concluded. “You did it.”
The series creator wasn’t the only one to speak out on the revival. Many stars of the series have expressed their enthusiasm on social media.
Josh Dallas raved about the news, writing about Twitter, “Everything is connected.” #manifest continues on @netflix !! #manifest that you did that. You have my heart forever. Now sit back and get ready for what’s to come. The story continues !”
“AHHHHHHHHHH this would never have happened without the incredible fan-driven #SaveManifest campaign!” holly taylor added. “That’s all you. Such exciting news.”
Garrett wareing share, “It’s official you all saved @NBCManifest … seeing you all together like that has been an amazing thing to see and I’m so excited to see where Season 4 leads.”
Netflix revealed in a press release that the fourth and final season of “Manifest” will consist of 20 episodes. At the moment, it’s unclear when the series will officially release on the streaming service. However, one thing is clear: Fans will have time to catch up or review from the very beginning before final season premieres.
Until then, take a look at all the shows that have been renewed and canceled in 2021.