Supernatural drama TV series Manifest made its debut back in 2018 and had three very successful seasons as fans were invested in the characters and story. It centered on a group of passengers from Montenegro Air Flight 828.
Once they finally landed, they realized that five years had passed somehow and thus the story began for three seasons on NBC. However, the show was cancelled after the third season by NBC, citing low ratings. After that, Manifest made its way to other streaming platforms, especially Netflix.
Many people believed that Netflix would be the show’s savior as the show’s first two seasons recently debuted there. After their debut, the show has counted among Netflix’s daily Top 10 with some frequency.
However, according to a report by Deadline, it seems all hopes have been dashed by Netflix as the streaming platform has declined on picking up Manifest for a fourth season. It is not sure why they declined, but it has also ended Warner Bros. TV’s efforts to a new place for the show.
Creator of the show Jeff Rake took to Twitter and responded to the news of Netflix declining to pick up the show and thanked fans for all the support.
Manifest Gratitude, Final Edition Thank YOU, our fans. You became the Manifesters at Comic-Con 2018. Ever since, you’ve watched religiously, parsed every word, cried a lot, laughed a little, puzzle-solved, and never, ever, wavered in your support. I’ll never forget it.
Rake had previously stated that the show was going to last 6 seasons, so there will undoubtedly be a lot of unanswered questions as fans will never see what will truly happen for the characters. However, fans still haven’t given up hope on knowing how the series ends just yet as Rake stated he will eventually unveil how the story would have ended.