Manifest Season 4 Production Status, and More

It’s official: Netflix will release Manifest Season 4. The announcement of season 4 was made as a tribute to the series’ crucial Flight 828, a ship that docks in Jamaica five years after departing with its people.

Nearly the whole ensemble, including Josh Dallas and Melissa Roxburgh, will return for the show’s final chapter (or two). After initially rejecting the renewal request, the streaming service and the show’s developer, NBC, quickly renewed Manifest in August 2021. Both sides had to rethink their views when Manifests to Netflix shattered prior U.S. streaming records. 

In recent years, a sizable fan base has grown for the American supernatural drama television series Manifest. Jeff Rake, who has also produced well-liked dramas like The Mysteries of Laura, is the show’s creator (2014).

Manifest has managed to keep viewers’ attention throughout its three seasons despite all the turmoil, surprises, and twists. Furthermore, viewers’ interest is at an all-time high because the fourth season is ostensibly on the way. 

Netflix opted to renew Manifest two months after deciding to air the first and second seasons of the NBC program.

Manifest Season 4 Renewal Status

Manifest Season 4
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According to the Hollywood Reporter, 25 million Netflix accounts in the US and Canada watched the show in its first month.

Manifest maintained its position at the top of the Netflix charts even after losing the top spot: According to the firm, Manifest broke Nielson’s streaming-ratings records in August 2021 with more than a billion views per week for six consecutive weeks.

Only three Netflix shows have ever spent 100 consecutive days in the Top 10 by September, and Manifest is the third. 

However, some fans have conjectured that it would release on August 28, 2022, in honor of Flight 828, one year after the program was “saved.” The fourth season of Manifest is set to broadcast in the fall of 2022. According to a Deadline piece from the beginning of June, it will be released “this fall.” 

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