Netflix we are already accustomed to delivering quality series. This is the case of “Manifest”, a quite successful supernatural drama that has provoked the praise of specialized critics and users of the famous streaming.
“Since its premiere on Netflix in June, ‘Manifest’ has proven to be very popular with our members,” said Bela Bajaria, director of Netflix at Global TV. “Jeff Rake and his team have created a captivating mystery that has viewers around the world on the edge of their seats and believing in second chances again, and we are thrilled that they will bring fans closure with this final season of great size,” he added.
Next, we tell you 4 things you did not know about the series before the premiere of the fourth season.
1. He got off to a bad start
At first, the creators of the series had as a target audience lovers of content like “Lost” in which there are many unsolved mysteries and increasingly inexplicable situations. However, since it appeared in 2018, it has not reached this type of audiovisual consumer.
Several writers were needed to build this quite original, innovative and even disturbing story for those who are filled with anxiety by not finding answers to certain questions. These were: Jeff Rake, MW Cartozian Wilson, Margaret Rose Lester, Ezra Nachman, Matthew Lau, Greg Nelson, Margaret Easley, Amanda Green and Laura Putne, Matthew Fernandez, and Bobak Esfarjani.
3. It is also criticized
Despite the good reviews, the series was not liked by everyone. Many Netflix users have cataloged it as slow, boring, but above all not very original, since they assure that it does not show anything new and is full of clichés.
4. The performances, one of its strengths
The series is praised for its great performances. In this sense, the following cast stands out: Josh Dallas, Melissa Roxburgh, JR Ramirez, Parveen Kaur, Athena Karkanis, Luna Blaise, Daryl Edwards, Jack Messina, and Matt Long.