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Be On Board With First 9 Minutes Of 'Manifest' Season 4 Part 2

The last trip is about to take off, on June 2, the last episodes of Manifest will be on Netflix. While we turned and locked our trays to get ready for the end, Netflix released the first 9 minutes of 'Manifest' season 4 part 2.

Author:Alex Mercer
Reviewer:Nathanial Blackwood
Jun 02, 2023
The last trip is about to take off, on June 2, the last episodes of Manifest will be on Netflix. After what happened in Season 4, Part 1, Ben and the others will try to stop Angelina for good in the next part as the Death Date gets closer.
While we turned and locked our trays to get ready for the end, Netflix released the first 9 minutes of 'Manifest' season 4 part 2. The longer preview helps everyone get caught up on what's going on in the new shows. It looks like everyone has had a hard time.

First 9 Minutes Of 'Manifest' Season 4 Part 2

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On June 2, the last episodes of Manifest will finally be available on Netflix. In preparation, Netflix has already put out the first 9 minutes of season 4 part 2! Eight months have passed since the events of episode 10, and a newsstory says that over 700 people have died because Angelina caused volcanic cracks to open up.
As Cal's scar glows for the first time since Zeke's death, Olive and Eden go to the 828 Detention Facility, where detained travelers are being held, to see their father. Michaela is still upset about her husband's death, and Saanvi works in the lab at the facility to try to help the guests as they have their Callings. It's already so sad, and that's just the start of the crazy ride that these last shows will be.
In the book Manifest, a passenger plane goes missing and then turns up again five years later. After three seasons on NBC, the show was dropped, but for its fourth and final season, it found a new home on Netflix. The first part of Manifest was about the riddle of the people on Flight 828. After they went missing for five and a half years and came back without having aged a day, they started getting "callings," which were feelings, voices, or visions that told them to do something.
The startling first scene shows right away that it's been eight months since the end of Part 1. It goes on with Cal (Ty Doran) waking up from a dream that was very real, with his dragon scar shining. When he wakes up, he is appropriately scared by what happened, even though he doesn't remember much about the dream. He goes to talk to Eden, who is with Olive, who is played by Luna Blaise. Even though things are pretty quiet, the Stone family has been through a lot of big changes.
The scene changes to an 828 holding center, where Ben (Josh Dallas), Michaela (Melissa Roxburgh), and TJ (Garrett Wareing), along with all the other 828 passengers, are being held. Since people last saw the register, it seems to have changed quite a bit. Passengers are put into groups called "blocks," and each person has a small place to live.
Ben does what he always does, which is to help others when he can. Michaela is also having a hard time dealing with Zeke's death. Ben goes to see Olive and Eden for a short time soon. As everything is coming to an end, he sees Robert Vance (Daryl Edwards) watching from afar.


It only took the first 9 minutes of ‘Manifest’ season 4 part 2 to make fans sad about the last episodes of the show they loved. The preview was put up on Netflix a day before the show's premiere on June 2, and if the first nine minutes are any sign, we're in for a rough ride.
But be careful, Manifesters, the skies won't be clear for much longer. "The first calling in the final batch changes everything," Rake told Netflix before. Is the world as we know it coming to an end? Maybe. Watch Part 2 of Season 4 of Manifest to find out.
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