The next episode in the ongoing season 3 of the series Manifest would reveal more answers with the 2 episodes release schedule on the same day. It promises to unveil some new secrets. Here is everything to know about episode 5.
Manifest, a supernatural drama series, is about the passengers of Flight 828 which land safely after some turbulence but in that time of a couple of hours the world has changed, it has aged 5 years. After being assumed dead by their friends and family, the passenger tries to fit in and deal with the mystery. The series aired in September 2018 and has 3 seasons so far. It is created by Jeff Rake.
Release Date Manifest Season 3 Episode 5
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Manifest has announced the release date of Episodes 5 and 6 to be 29th April at 8/7c. The 5th episode titled Water landing will be followed by Graveyard Spiral named 6th episode.
The released summary of Water Landing is as follows:
Michaela’s premonition leads her to pursue a fugitive; Ben tries to gain the trust of an unlikely ally; Olive’s relationship with Levi leads to a fascinating discovery; Jared and Drea uncover devastating secrets; Saanvi faces a dilemma.
The release summary of Graveyard Spiral :
As Michaela and Zeke collide with Jace in a grueling match to survive, Ben races against the clock to save his family; when they all converge in an intense battle, the fallout reveals a massive new clue regarding fate of the 828 passengers.
You can also watch the released promo video of the episodes on YouTube.
Watch Online Manifest Season 3 Episode 5
The episode would air on NBC at the above-mentioned time, but if you miss the original TV run you can watch it on the NBC official website or the NBC mobile app. It is available on Amazon Prime, iTunes, and Apple TV for rent or purchase. It is available on Hulu with subscriptions and on other options such as Live Tv platforms like YouTube TV, Direct TV, and other Live TV options.
With great reveals indicated for the audience, these 2 Episodes scheduled for 29th April would surely answer some questions and maybe raise new ones.
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