Manifest Season 4 trailer teases the show’s last episodes

Netflix unveiled the new trailer and poster for the final season of Manifest on Sunday, which is fitting since the date (8/28) matches the ill-fated flight number in the series.

The show debuted in the fall of 2018 on NBC, following the mysterious Flight 828, which, after disappearing without a trace five and a half years ago, finally surfaces and lands safely with all 191 passengers and crew members intact.

The show was canceled after its third season, although Netflix announced exactly one year ago today that the show would be revived for one final 20-episode season, with the first 10 episodes debuting on November 4, the date in the show Flight 828 returned.

Trailer and poster: Netflix unveiled the new trailer and poster for the final season of Manifest on Sunday, which is fitting since the date (8/28) matches the ill-fated flight number in the series

Manifesto: The show debuted in the fall of 2018 on NBC, following the mysterious Flight 828, which, after disappearing without a trace five and a half years ago, finally surfaces and lands safely with all 191 passengers and crew members intact

Manifesto: The show debuted in the fall of 2018 on NBC, following the mysterious Flight 828, which, after disappearing without a trace five and a half years ago, finally surfaces and lands safely with all 191 passengers and crew members intact

The trailer begins with a shot of the cryptic Flight 828, which apparently gets struck by lightning during its flight.

There is a shot of Ben Stone (Josh Dallas) as he’s heard saying, ‘There’s no way we could have survived.’

Michaela Stone (Melissa Roxburgh) sees lightning strike inside an office, as she’s heard saying, ‘Divine consciousness is talking to all of us.’

Lightning: The trailer begins with a shot of the cryptic Flight 828, which seemingly gets struck by lightning during its flight

Lightning: The trailer begins with a shot of the cryptic Flight 828, which seemingly gets struck by lightning during its flight

Ben: There is a shot of Ben Stone (Josh Dallas) as he's heard saying, 'There's no way we could have survived'

Ben: There is a shot of Ben Stone (Josh Dallas) as he’s heard saying, ‘There’s no way we could have survived’

Michaela: Michaela Stone (Melissa Roxburgh) sees lightning strike inside an office, as she's heard saying, 'Divine consciousness is talking to all of us'

Michaela: Michaela Stone (Melissa Roxburgh) sees lightning strike inside an office, as she’s heard saying, ‘Divine consciousness is talking to all of us’

A shot from the pilot episode is shown with Robert Vance (Daryl Edwards) telling the passengers, ‘You’ve all been missing for five and a half years. Today is November 4.’

Michaela thinks they are, ‘running out of time’ which Ben adds, ‘We are’ while another voice whispers, ‘Something is coming. Something terrifying’ as we see quick shots of the main and the voice whispers, ‘It’s all connected’ as the brief trailer comes to an end.

The third season ended with a number of cliffhangers to be resolved, with Ben’s wife Grace (Athena Karkanis) murdered by troubled passenger Angelina (Holly Taylor), who also kidnaps their baby, Eden.

Passengers: A shot from the pilot episode is shown with Robert Vance (Daryl Edwards) telling the passengers, 'You've all been missing for five and a half years.  Today is November 4'

Passengers: A shot from the pilot episode is shown with Robert Vance (Daryl Edwards) telling the passengers, ‘You’ve all been missing for five and a half years. Today is November 4’

Time: Michaela thinks they are, 'running out of time' which Ben adds, 'We are' while another voice whispers, 'Something is coming.  Something terrifying' as we see quick shots of the main and the voice whispers, 'It's all connected' as the brief trailer comes to an end

Time: Michaela thinks they are, ‘running out of time’ which Ben adds, ‘We are’ while another voice whispers, ‘Something is coming. Something terrifying’ as we see quick shots of the main and the voice whispers, ‘It’s all connected’ as the brief trailer comes to an end

Cal (Jack Messina) disappears after touching the plane’s tail fin and then returns five years older (now played by Ty Doran), cryptically stating, ‘I know what I have to do now.’

There was also a very quick glimpse of the flight’s captain when he reappeared in the cockpit, only to disappear seconds later and take the remains of the plane with him.

Series creator Jeff Rake revealed in a Netflix Tudum interview that two years will have passed between Season 3 and Season 4.

Know: Cal (Jack Messina) disappears after touching the plane¿s tail fin and then returns five years older (now played by Ty Doran), cryptically stating, 'I know what I have to do now'

Know: Cal (Jack Messina) disappears after touching the plane’s tail fin and then returns five years older (now played by Ty Doran), cryptically stating, ‘I know what I have to do now’

‘When you turn on the next episode, it’s two years later, and not only is Ben still deeply in the depths of depression and trauma over the loss of his wife, but you’ll of course recall that that was only half the tragedy, ‘ Rake says.

‘The other half was the kidnapping of his infant daughter and tragically, two years later, she’s still missing,’ he adds.

Ben will try to crawl out of, ‘the terrible and torturous hole that he’s plunged himself into,’ while Cal (Jack Messina) is trying to figure out where he’s been and why.

Cal: Ben will try to crawl out of, 'the terrible and torturous hole that he¿s plunged himself into,' while Cal (Jack Messina) is trying to figure out where he¿s been and why

Cal: Ben will try to crawl out of, ‘the terrible and torturous hole that he’s plunged himself into,’ while Cal (Jack Messina) is trying to figure out where he’s been and why

‘There’s sort of an amnesia there, and it’ll take these episodes and adventures that he’s put on throughout this journey to piece it back together,’ Rake adds.

And that’s just on the mythological side. On the emotional side, he looks like he’s a grownup, but psychologically, he’s still a little boy,’ he adds.

The final season will also reveal more about what happened to the passengers during that fateful moment of turbulence that led to them going ‘missing’ for over five years and why they’ve experienced ‘callings’ since landing.

Turbulence: The final season will also unveil more about what happened to the passengers during that fateful moment of turbulence that led to them going 'missing' for over five years and why they've experienced 'callings' since landing

Turbulence: The final season will also unveil more about what happened to the passengers during that fateful moment of turbulence that led to them going ‘missing’ for over five years and why they’ve experienced ‘callings’ since landing

‘As exhausting and crazy-making as these callings [are] and the responsibility of being an 828er is, it’s not just about them,’ Rake adds.

‘The interconnectedness of all of us, and how small actions can have implications that cascade outward and touch the whole world is what the show is about,’ he said.

There is no word yet on when the second half of the Manifest final season will debut on Netflix.

No word: There is no word yet on when the second half of the Manifest final season will debut on Netflix

No word: There is no word yet on when the second half of the Manifest final season will debut on Netflix

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