It’s No Joke: NBC Announces ‘Manifest’ Season 3 Premiere Date!

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Manifesters, the time has come! After nearly a year, NBC has announced that season 3 of Manifest will be landing on Thursday, April 1, and it’s not a joke! The announcement also marks two changes for the missing plane drama: the series will be moving from Mondays to Thursdays and airing at 8 p.m. ET rather than 10 p.m. ET.

Season 2 of Manifest, while answering some questions, still left fans with even more questions. For starters, a tailfin from Flight 828 was found in the ocean by a fishing boat, which brings up even more questions about what really happened to that flight. Kory, Jace and Pete all went into the icy lake but when search and rescue went through, they found no trace of them. And now that Zeke has survived his Death Date, could this mean that the rest of the passengers will be able to survive theirs?

In December, Mahira Kakkar and Ali Lopez-Sohaili were announced to recur in the upcoming season as researcher Dr. Aria Gupta and Flight 828 passenger Eagan Tehrani, respectively.

Catch the season 3 premiere of Manifest on Thursday, April 1 at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT on NBC. The first two seasons are streaming in full on Hulu, while episodes 9-13 of season 2 are streaming on Peacock.

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