For almost four seasons, we’ve been on this magnificent Manifest journey! We’ve seen all the ups and downs of the effect Flight 828 has had on passengers and their families as they faced life moving forward five and half years without them. The effects of that and then of course the biggest threat, the Death Date. Now, with the second half of season 4 out, is there more story to tell?
The series overall has faced plenty of turbulence just as much as its story. The drama first got canceled by its original network, NBC, after three seasons. But thanks to the passionate and lovely Manifesters, Netflix heard our cries and saved the show in a rare turn of events. Just as the 828 passengers were revived in a way, so was the series. And we couldn’t be happier!
Now that season 4 part 2 has dropped, does that mean we have to say goodbye to the show or is there more we can expect? We’ve got the answer for you below!
WARNING: Spoilers ahead from Manifest season 4 part 2!
Is Manifest season 4 the last season on Netflix?
That last episode of season 4, “Final Boarding,” certainly felt like a series finale, right? The passengers finally faced the Death Date. But, now they get a second chance at the life they were robbed. As the plane heads straight into the glow, it takes them all back five and half years ago where the plane actually lands. Even though they remember and will be a changed from the experiences they went through, they now have a second chance.
With that being said, 11 of those passengers, including Angelina (thank God!), did not make it. The final moments ended a bit open-ended as there’s still the mysterious disappearance of those 11. And it certainly looked like Vance was going down the same 828 rabbit hole once again!
So does that mean there will be a Manifest season 5? Unfortunately, no. When Netflix saved the supernatural drama back in 2021, the streaming service said that it would be bringing the show back for a fourth and final season, splitting the 20-episode season into two parts.
While there is some potential for a spinoff with the way the series came to a close, this is how showrunner Jeff Rake always imagined ending the supernatural drama. And we agree with him. It’s hard to say goodbye, but I think this Manifest journey has made its final descent.
All four seasons of Manifest are now streaming on Netflix.