You might recall that NBC abruptly canceled Manifest after season three leaving us all hanging. But thankfully, the story didn’t end there. The gripping series found a new home for its fourth (and final) season, with part one currently available to stream on Netflix. And naturally, I flew through the episodes with my expectations high and my mouth agape—thanks to the growing suspense. (Don’t worry, I won’t reveal any major season four spoilers—but fair warning, there are some season three spoilers ahead.)
But before I dive into season four, a quick recap: Manifest revolves around the passengers of Montego Air Flight 828, who travel to New York and discover that they've landed five and a half years into the future. As far as the rest of the world was concerned, their plane had suddenly disappeared, and all of the passengers—known as 828ers—were presumed dead. So when they returned, their loved ones struggled to adjust to this new reality. To make matters even more complicated, the 828ers also gained a newfound ability to experience “callings,” or special visions that guide them to take action or help people.
Fast-forward to season three and there’s a massive underground task force that’s investigating Flight 828, with NSA director Robert Vance spearheading the operation. But in the finale, the reconstructed plane suddenly vanishes into thin air with the captain inside. Meanwhile, Grace (Athena Karkanis) gets killed, Angelina (Holly Taylor) runs off with Grace's child and Cal (Ty Doran) magically ages five years when he returns home.
So now, the big question is: What happened next?