Almost a month after turning down the fourth season of Manifest (2018-2021), Netflix has backed away and is considering resuming the American series, which was canceled by NBC. One reason for the resumption of talks will be the good viewership of the attraction at the streaming giant.
According to information published by the Deadline website, this Tuesday (20) Netflix returned to talk with Warner Bros., responsible for producing the series, to acquire the rights. NBC will also be in talks with the studio.
The conversation comes as the show’s ratings continue to rise in the United States. Since her debut, she has remained on the most-watched list for a month, reaching the top 10 for several days. Fans are strongly following the #SaveManifest campaign on the social network.
Without a fourth season, Manifest ends its journey with several hooks at the end of season three—one that will never be complete. Series creator Jeff Rake previously revealed that his idea was to continue the story over the next three years, ending the story with a sixth batch of episodes.
In Brazil, under the name Manifest: O mysterio do vu 828, the series can be viewed on Globoplay. This month, customers of the platform will be able to check out the third year of Suspense exclusively.