Manifesto is on top again! The fourth season made by Netflix has become the streamer’s No. 1 show… after NBC canceled the series last year
Manifesto has become a top-rated show on Netflix.
The series was canceled by NBC in June 2021 after three seasons, but Netflix picked up the rights to the show’s reruns. They became so popular that the streamer created a fourth season.
Now the fourth season has become a huge hit after the first 10 episodes dropped on November 4.
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Season four has a total of 20 episodes, so that means 10 more to come.
Manifesto tells the story of a plane full of passengers who “suddenly reappears after being missing for five years. As those on board reintegrate into society, they experience guiding voices and visions of events yet to take place, and soon a deeper mystery unfolds. IMDb page.
The show stars Melissa Roxburgh, Once Upon a Time actor Josh Dallas, Jessica Jones actor JR Ramirez and Fresh Off The Boat actress Luna Blaise.
Tuesday is the official Twitter account for the Netflix show reported that it was “the #1 series on Netflix worldwide with over 57 million hours streamed.”
Roxburgh, told The Hollywood Reporter that Netflix gave the show quite a bit of creative freedom for its fourth season.
Canceled: The show, which originally aired on NBC from 2018 to 2021, was canceled by the broadcaster last June
The comeback: Netflix acquired the streaming rights to the show just before it was canceled and because the first three seasons did so well on the platform, they picked it up for a fourth season just months later.
Big news: On Tuesday, the official Twitter account for the Netflix show reported that it was “the #1 series on Netflix worldwide with over 57 million hours streamed”
“Netflix bought us for a reason, and it felt like they trusted the creatives on the show to keep doing what they were doing,” she said. “They had their input, but there was just a lot more trust and freedom from Netflix than from NBC.”
She added that she was happy they were getting another season because all the stars would be “a little depressed” if they hadn’t.
“I’m glad Netflix brought us back, not just to finish the story, but to give everyone a good goodbye,” she said.
Opening: One of the stars of the show, Melissa Roxburgh, told The Hollywood Reporter that Netflix gave the show quite a bit of creative freedom for its fourth season
A mystery: Manifesto tells the story of a plane full of passengers who ‘suddenly reappears after being missing for five years’