‘Manifest’ Show Boss’ Behind the Scenes Photos Drop Hints About Season 3

by Jeremy Spirogis
‘Manifest’ Show Boss’ Behind the Scenes Photos Drop Hints About Season 3

Production for NBC’s Manifest Season Three is underway, with a 2021 premiere date deliberate. For two seasons, the sci-fi drama captivated followers with mythology, mysteries, and interconnected narratives. And followers are thirsty for extra. With that in thoughts, showrunner Jeff Rake tweeted a number of photographs from the set of the Manifest Season 3 premiere. And eagle-eyed viewers simply may spot a number of clues about what to anticipate.

'Manifest' cast Melissa Roxburgh, Josh Dallas, Luna Blaise, Matt Long, and showrunner Jeff Rake
‘Manifest’ forged Melissa Roxburgh, Josh Dallas, Luna Blaise, Matt Long, and showrunner Jeff Rake | Chris Haston/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank through Getty Images

Jeff Rake’s sneak peek of ‘Manifest’ episode 301, manufacturing day 1

Rake, masked with COVID-19 precautions in thoughts, tweeted a partial selfie in a nondescript location. In the background, a number of presumed minors, who’re additionally masked, stand chatting. The snapshot seems to have been taken in an out of doors setting on a sunny day. The caption reads, “Ep 301, Day 1. Sunshine. Kids. Somewhere….”

There should not sufficient clues to inform precisely what the forged and crew captured the primary day of capturing. However, in an earlier Twitter video, Rake teased, “We’ll finally get to know someone from Grace’s side of the family. And let the fireworks begin.” Might the people within the background be actors portraying Cal and Olive’s cousins?

Jeff Rake’s sneak peek of episode 301, manufacturing day 2

On the second day of manufacturing, Rake tweeted one other selfie standing in entrance of mechanical gear. In the caption, he wrote, “Ep 301, Day 2. Heavy machinery required.”

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While it’s troublesome to inform what is occurring behind Rake, we will speculate that it has one thing to do with the Montego Airways tailfin that was fished out of the ocean within the season 2 finale.

In an interview with The Sydney Morning Herald, Josh Dallas revealed, “That tail fin will — if that’s certainly what it’s referred to as [Laughs] will open up a complete new labyrinth of the mythology of Flight 828 and what occurred to those passengers.”

Jeff Rake’s sneak peek of episode 301, manufacturing day 3

The third day of manufacturing for the Manifest Season Three premiere introduced one more selfie. This time, Rake stood contained in the fictional Stone household’s residence. In the image, crew members seem like milling across the manufacturing set.

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“Ep 301, Day 3. Home sweet home,” wrote Rake within the caption. Might this post be a touch that the Stones will probably be spending extra time at residence?

In Rake’s prior Twitter video, he defined how the tailfin improvement would rock the characters’ lives. “The discovery will reignite global scrutiny and global fear of Flight 828 and its passengers,” warned Rake. With that in thoughts, it might not be shocking if the Stone household stays hunkered down in the home throughout season 3.

Jeff Rake’s sneak peek of episode 301, manufacturing day 4

Rake stood in entrance of the fictional Stone household’s wall of photographs and snapped a selfie on the fourth day of manufacturing. He shared it with the caption, “Ep 301, Day 4. Photographs and Memories.”

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With any luck, that tweet foreshadows a season with extra backstory woven into the narrative. In any case, followers can have loads of time to ponder, speculate, and theorize earlier than Manifest Season Three premieres on NBC in 2021. Until then, the collection is out there to stream on Hulu.

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