‘Manifest’: Official Trailer Released for Season 4

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Manifest is almost back for its long-awaited return and, this time, on Netflix. The missing plane drama survived its Death Date and has been revived, returning on none other than November 4, the day that Montego Air Flight 828 came back in 2018. Netflix has finally released the official trailer for the upcoming season as part of its annual TUDUM event. Check it out below!

The series will jump ahead two years following the events of the cliffhanger-filled season 3 finale, bringing Ben, Michaela, Cal, and the other 828 passengers even closer to the inevitable Death Date. Season 4 will consist of 20 episodes and will be split into two parts with 10 episodes each. A new poster for the series was also released, which can be seen below.

The official synopsis for the season is as follows:

“Two years after the brutal murder of Grace turned their lives upside down, the Stone family is in shambles as a devastated Ben continues to mourn his wife and search for his kidnapped daughter, Eden. Consumed by his grief, Ben has stepped down from his role as co-captain of the lifeboat, leaving Michaela to captain it alone, a near impossible feat with the passengers’ every move now being monitored by a government registry. As the Death Date draws closer and the passengers grow desperate for a path to survival, a mysterious passenger arrives with a package for Cal that changes everything they know about Flight 828 and will prove to be the key to unlocking the secret of the Callings in this compelling, mind-bending, and deeply emotional journey.”

Don’t miss the landing of the first part of Manifest‘s fourth and final season on Friday, November 04, exclusively on Netflix! Stream the first three seasons now. Check out our other Manifest coverage here, as well as our continuing rewatch series in anticipation of season 4.

Stay tuned with Nerds & Beyond for more TUDUM: A Global Fan Event news here.

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Megan has been passionate about writing since she was little and has been passionate about all things pop culture and nerdy since almost as long. Joining Nerds and Beyond in 2019, she also graduated from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh in 2020 with a Bachelor of Arts in Multimedia Journalism. Megan is constantly binge-watching shows and finding new things to obsess over. 9-1-1 and Marvel currently reign as the top obsessions. You can find her on Twitter @marvels911s if you ever want to discuss some certain firefighters.
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