The fourth and final season of supernatural disaster series Manifest is hitting Netflix on Nov. 4, the streaming service revealed Sunday. The growing season will be sectioned off into two elements of 10 episodes each.
The release date was announced on Aug. 28, a nod to flight number 828.
A teaser trailer was posted to Manifest’s Instagram account, showing the plane hitting turbulence and subsequently landing because the passengers are told they are gone for five . 5 years.
“Fasten your seatbelts. We shall soon begin our final descent,” the caption says. “Manifest S4 Part 1 lands on Netflix November 4th.”
We reach see Ben Stone (Josh Dallas), Michaela Stone (Melissa Roxburgh), Robert Vance (Daryl Edwards) and Zeke Landon (Matt Long) in the teaser, along with glimpses of Olive Stone (Luna Blaise) and Dr. Saanvi Bahl (Parveen Kaur).
Manifest, which originally aired on NBC, was canceled after three seasons before being found and renewed by Netflix after it topped the viewing charts on the streaming platform. The show follows passengers on Flight 828 whose plane finds its destination a lot more than five years after removing. The passengers begin experiencing “callings,” or visions and premonitions they use to avoid disasters and save others.
Season 4 is defined two years following the previous eventsby the end of the 3rd season, and follows the murder of Ben’s wife Grace and his seek out kidnapped daughter Olive. Another passengers visit a way to ensure it is past their death date.
Jared Vasquez (J.R. Ramirez) and Angelina Meyer (Holly Taylor) may also be slated to come back in season 4, with a fresh actor set to portray Cal Stone (Ty Doran).