From a series that was canceled by NBC and then revived by Netflix, the developments seem perfect for the supernatural drama TV series “Manifest.”

Originally released in September 2018, the series was originally set to be canceled in June 2021. That was until Netflix added “Manifest” and the series topped the charts. Hence, it only made sense to see the series get one last season that will be now made up of 20 episodes.

But the question now is will those 20 episodes be enough to fully explain what fate awaits the passengers of flight 828?

According to show creator Jeff Rake, he is confident that 20 episodes will be enough to tell the story as he originally intended to. In all, he said to Entertainment Weekly, the endgame won’t change at all.

"I am absolutely confident that 20 episodes gives me enough time to tell the entirety of the story as I always intended to. When I've talked in the past about having a roadmap all the way to the end of series, that didn't mean that I had a roadmap for literally every single episode," Rake stated.

For those who caught the final episodes of “Manifest” season 3, there is plenty to digest. Rather than see twists resolved, there were plenty left hanging.

Among them included the death of Grace Stone (Athena Karkanis). She ended up getting stabbed by Angelina (Holly Taylor). Before she seemingly died with her now teenage son Cal (Ty Doran) appeared.

Considering the events that have happened throughout the series where resurrection has been happening, there is a chance could still return. And tied to that is what lies ahead for Ben Stone (Josh Dallas)?

In a tweet, Dallas mentioned how things were going to be a bit different in season 4. Looking back at the final episodes of “Manifest” season 3, it could be seen that he has been under scrutiny and questioned for his actions.

Add the death of Grace in the mix plus his missing son, it all appears to be ingredients to see a different kind of Ben Stone who could be drawn to the dark side of the callings.

There are of course plenty of other twists. So the question is will the final 20 episodes of “Manifest” be enough to render closure to the passengers of flight 828?

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