Following the recent cancellation of the sci-fi drama Manifest at NBC, Deadline brings word that Netflix is currently in talks with Manifest studio Warner Bros. TV to pick up the series. The streamer reportedly became the best possible destination for the canceled series after the first two seasons debuted on Netflix last week and climbed to the top spot in the U.S. The streamer is “evaluating the viability and financials” of possibly continuing the series. Creator Jeff Rake, who has a six-season plan for the show, remains hopeful about finding a new home for Manifest.
Manifest centers around a commercial airplane that mysteriously disappears, only to reappear five years later. While no time has passed for those on board, the world has gone on without them, and new mysteries unfold for the passengers as they seek to find answers as to how and why their plane disappeared years ago.
The series stars Josh Dallas, Melissa Roxburgh, Athena Karkanis, J.R. Ramirez, Luna Blaise, Jack Messina, Parveen Kaur, and Matt Long.
Manifest is written and executive produced by Jeff Rake, who also serves as showrunner. Executive producers are Jack Rapke, Jackie Levine, and Len Goldstein. It is a co-production among Warner Bros. Television, Universal Television, and Compari Entertainment.