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When will Manifest Season 4 Part 2 drop on Netflix?
Manifest became the little show that could when, after its 2021 cancelation by NBC, the supernatural series became a massive hit on Netflix. The first three seasons told the saga of the passengers and crew of an airliner that took off in one location and landed in another five years later but with no time experienced by the airplane’s passengers. With season 3 ending on a cliffhanger, the fans pushed for Netflix to jump in and save the show, and now the first part of Manifest Season 4 debuted on the service on November 4. But when will Manifest Season 4 Part 2 make its appearance on Netflix?
We will attempt to figure out that answer based on previous times Netflix has split a season of a show in two parts. Of course, it’s possible Netflix could just reveal when Manifest Season 4 Part 2 will debut at the end of Part 1, so we will keep an eye out for any official announcements and update this article.
When will Manifest Season 4 Part 2 launch on Netflix?
Right now, there’s no official word on when the second half of Season 4 will drop. However, we suspect we may not have to wait for very long. In 2022, two other major Netflix shows, Ozark and Stranger Things, split their Season 4 periods into two parts. For Ozark, the first part launched in January, and the second part dropped in April. Stranger Things launched Season 4 Part 1 in late May and launched Part 2 in early July.
So based on those earlier examples, we would guess that Manifest Season 4 Part 2 will drop sometime in early 2023, perhaps in late January or early February. Of course we will update this post when the official date is revealed.
Will this really be the end of Manifest?
It’s hard to believe that Netflix would let go of a popular show after just one additional season. Indeed, when the show’s creator Jeff Rake first came up with the idea for Manifest, he had a plan for a six-season run. However, it looks like Manifest Season 4 Part 2 will indeed end this show’s run. There’s also no indication that Rake plans to develop a spinoff series that could also be released on Netflix.