Exactly one year after Netflix rescued the former NBC series “Manifest” from cancellation, the premiere date for the show’s fourth and final season has been unveiled — and the first trailer has arrived. After a successful fan campaign, Netflix proved to be the ultimate saving grace for “Manifest.” Technically, the series was canceled in June, but thanks to the streaming service, there will be a final season — and it’s supposedly unlike anything that’s come before.
In the first trailer for season four, Ben hints that the storm that swallowed Flight 828 actually chose the passengers. Likewise, his sister is convinced they have a much bigger role to play in the future than they ever imagined. “828 wasn’t an accident,” Michaela says to Ben. “We’re supposed to save the passengers together.”
To send the show off with the bang it deserves, Netflix is releasing a “super-sized” season four with 20 episodes (to be released in two parts), wrapping up any and all loose ends left dangling after the plane crash drama’s abrupt season three ending. For those looking to get caught up, the first three seasons of the hit show are currently on Netflix, and for everyone else ready to lose themselves in the next chapter, read on to find out everything you need to know about Netflix’s plans for the grand finale of “Manifest” — including when season four will finally premiere.