‘Manifest’: Premiere Date Revealed for Season 4 Part 2

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It’s been a very long time coming, but it’s finally almost time to find out everything about Flight 828 as the passengers try to stop the inevitable Death Date. Netflix has announced that the final 10 episodes of Manifest will premiere on June 2, and a teaser has been released along with it!

The announcement for the final batch of episodes comes on a very important day in the Manifest fandom: 10 years ago to the day, Montego Air Flight 828 departed Montego Bay, Jamaica on April 7, 2013, and wasn’t to be seen again until 5 1/2 years later. The premiere date is also very important, as noted in the teaser. June 2 is the Death Date of not only the passengers but the entire world. Granted, we’ll be a year early in the real world, but dates have always been major on the series and in the fandom, so either way, it’s pretty significant.

The first part of season 4 left fans on some cliffhangers, both emotional and shocking. With the Omega Sapphire, Angelina started the apocalypse, more or less, and Zeke succumbed to Cal’s cancer after absorbing it since he knew that Cal was the key to saving everyone. Now that the entire world is at stake instead of just the 192 passengers aboard 828, the Death Date is even more worrisome.

Check out a new poster for the final episodes, which features the plane and the Divine Consciousness with the tagline, “The end is calling.”


Watch the first 10 episodes of season 4 now on Netflix and be sure to watch the final 10 episodes of Manifest on June 2! Check out the rest of our Manifest coverage here, including episodic recaps and more!

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