The news comes as the supernatural drama has been released on Netflix, where it currently sits at No. 2 in the streamer’s U.S. Top 10. Though the show was originally hoping to find a new home, a source close to the show tells Variety that those efforts have now concluded, and there will not be a fourth season.
The single-camera series had generally produced favorable ratings, particularly in its first season, during which three additional episodes were added.
“Manifest,” produced by Warner Bros. Television and Universal Television, was created by Jeff Rake and originally sold as a six-season plan. The series premiered in September 2018 and follows the crew and passengers of a commercial plane who suddenly reappear after being presumed dead for five years. As they reintegrate into society, the passengers discover that their family members and friends are not the same as before — and neither are they, as the begin to experience visions of the future, also known as “callings.”
“Manifest” stars Melissa Roxburgh, Josh Dallas, Athena Karkanis, J. R. Ramirez, Luna Blaise, Jack Messina, Parveen Kaur, Matt Long and Holly Taylor. Recurring characters include Alfredo Narciso, Victoria Cartagena, Adriane Lenox, Daniel Sunjata, Francesca Faridany, Shirley Rumierk, Elizabeth Marvel, Maryann Plunkett, Ellen Tamaki, Garrett Wareing and more.
Along with Rake, “Manifest” is executive produced by Robert Zemeckis, Jack Rapke, Jacqueline Levine, David Frankel, Joe Chappelle and Len Goldstein. The series is produced by Cathy Frank, Laura Putney, Margaret Easley, Harvey Waldman and Marta Gené Camps.
Deadline Hollywood was the first to report the news of the cancellation.