Manifest Season 4: Why the NBC series was canceled? Release Date

Manifest Season 4 Updates: “Manifest” was canceled, but he hopes to find “a new home.” Could it continue on Netflix?
After three seasons, Jeff Rake’s supernatural drama “Manifest” which focuses on the passengers and crew of a commercial airplane, who suddenly reappears after being considered dead for more than five years, was canceled by NBC.

Meanwhile, showrunner Jeff Rake is hopeful that this will not be the end of the series starring Melissa Roxburgh, Josh Dallas, Athena Karkanis, JR Ramirez, Luna Blaise, Jack Messina, Parveen Kaur, and Matt Long, and that another medium could offer the possibility of a fourth installment.

“My dear Protesters, I am devastated by NBC’s decision to cancel us,” Rake shared on Twitter. “The fact that they shut us down in the middle [of a planned six-season run] is a punch, to say the least. Hoping to find a new home. You fans deserve an ending to your story. Thank you for the love you have shown me, the cast and the crew. #savemanifest ”.

Why Manifest Season 4 well never be happen?

As the showrunner mentioned, “Manifest” It had to have six seasons, so what was the reason for its cancellation? As reported by TVLine, the third season of NBC fiction averaged a little over 3 million total weekly viewers and a demo rating of 0.5 (in live numbers + same day), 21 and 31 percent less than its second. delivery.

Thus, the supernatural drama ranked No. 7 out of 14 series that NBC aired this season, beating, among others, “New Amsterdam” and “The Blacklist,” but it was not enough to continue.

Although the reasons for the cancellation have not been officially revealed, it is clear that Jeff Rake intended to continue with the project for at least three more series of episodes. “I think the audience will be satisfied because this is an eventful season,” said the showrunner before the premiere of the latest installment.

“I know that sometimes in Season 1 or Season 2, the show was lovingly accused of not moving the ball far enough forward, that the combustion was too slow. Well, my strong suspicion is that season 3 will not be charged with that. There’s a lot of forwarding momentum, a lot of card turns, and a lot of big surprises. It will be a very satisfying experience for people who are anxious for things to happen ”, he confessed to TVLine.

For now, it will depend on the production company of the series, Warner Bros. TV, to find a network or a platform interested in continuing the story of “Manifest”Or give it an appropriate ending.

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