The Jeff Rake-created series is all set to stream on Netflix on November 4.
Last Updated: 08.24 PM, Sep 25, 2022
The world-famous mystery-thriller series Manifest is back with its fourth and final season. The Jeff Rake-created series stars Josh Dallas and Melissa Roxburgh in major roles. With its multiple announcements, Netflix also unveiled the trailer of the supernatural mystery drama.
The much-awaited trailer begins with a crucial sequence from the pilot episode of the first season that sees Robert Vance, played by Daryl Edwards, informing all the passengers of Flight 828 about the unimaginable incident that has happened to them. The director of the NSA announces, "You all have been missing, presumed dead, for five and a half years."
Moving on, the montage glimpses a few important sequences from the upcoming instalment that sees Ben Stone's son Cal Stone have miraculously aged 5-years older after touching the tailfin of flight 828. Moving on Saanvi Bahl (Parveen Kaur) can be seen explaining to Michaela Stone (Melissa) about their future and saying, "Our death date is in 18 months. We have to follow every lead."
The trailer video also sees the brother-sister duo working hard with every living passenger of flight 828 to curb the anticipated death by connecting with each other. In the need, a man's scary voice says, "We are now beginning our final descent."
The show which streamed on Amazon Prime Video earlier is now all set to arrive on Netflix for its final instalment, while the last three parts are also available to watch on the latter digital platform.
Watch the latest trailer video here:
Last month on August 28, Melissa shared a new poster and the teaser of the highly-awaited show on her official Instagram handle and also announced the show's date of release in the caption. The post reads, "Final descent 828 @manifestonnetflix NOV 4 ‘22 (sic)."
Watch the teaser video here:
Manifest Season 4, which also has Athena Karkanis, J. R. Ramirez, Luna Blaise, Jack Messina, Matt Long and Holly Taylor in key roles, is all set to stream on Netflix on November 4.