When will the fourth season of Manifest come out? The little science fiction show that could is finally ending in a good way. Fans of the mysterious TV show, which was cancelled but then brought back by Netflix, will find out what happened to the people on Montego Air Flight 828.

At least, that’s the hope, and with 20 episodes, it seems likely that everyone will be happy. At the end of season 3, there are a lot of questions, like what does Cal mean when he says he knows what he has to do? What’s Angelina going to do? And why did the plane’s captain, Bill Daly, suddenly show up in the cockpit of Flight 828 and then leave with the plane’s wreckage?

We can’t tell you that, but we can tell you everything we know about when Manifest season 4 will come out, what it will be about, who will be in it, and what teasers you can look at as if you were a part of Project Eureka. We hope you’re wearing your seatbelts, because this ride could be bumpy.

Manifest Season 4 Release Date Details

Season 4 of Manifest will start on November 4, 2022, on Netflix. The show will come back on August 28, 2022, Netflix said.

What Will Season 2 Of Manifest Be About?

“Two years after Grace’s brutal murder turned their lives upside down, the Stone family is in shambles. Ben is still mourning his wife and looking for his kidnapped daughter, Eden. Consumed by his grief, Ben has quit his job as co-captain of the lifeboat, leaving Michaela to lead it on her own, which is nearly impossible because the passengers’ every move is now being tracked by the government.

Manifest Season 4 Cast Details

  • Melissa Roxburgh as Michaela Stone
  • Josh Dallas as Harold Harper
  • J.R. Ramirez as Jared Vasquez
  • Luna Blaise as Olive Stone
  • Ty Doran as Cal Stone
  • Parveen Kaur as Saanvi Bahl
  • Matt Long as Zeke Landon
  • Holly Taylor as Angelina Meyer
  • Daryl Edwards as Robert Vance
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Trailer Of Manifest Season 4

Manifest: Where Can I Watch It?

Seasons 1-3 of Manifest are available to watch on Netflix. Now that it’s only on Netflix, you can’t watch it on Hulu or Peacock.

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