For all Manifesters out there, there’s no reason to sit around and speculate as to when one of your favorite shows is back on the air. Manifest season 2 now has a premiere date, and it won’t be forced too deep into NBC’s midseason schedule.
Today, the network confirmed that the mystery drama will be back to kick off its new batch of episodes starting on Monday, January 6, where it will air following the new season of America’s Got Talent: The Champions. (For more news on that, check out the official premiere guide. This is going to be a chance to pick up with the aftermath of what happened with the now-infamous gunshot, and then from there, hopefully learn more about some of the concepts first introduced back at the end of the first season. Think in terms of expiration dates, let alone some of the other exciting drama that you’re going to have a chance to see moving forward.
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It was, in some ways, a strange decision for NBC to delay the launch of Manifest season 2 in the first place, given that this was one of their biggest hits of the entire 2018-19 season. While the ratings may have slid (at least in terms of live viewers) throughout the first season, we tend to imagine that it also probably gained a good many viewers during the off-season thanks to streaming. Not only that, but the replacement series for NBC in the Monday timeslot this fall (Bluff City Law) faired to get much traction and is likely going to be canceled by the time we get around to the spring.
Anyhow, be sure to mark the Manifest season 2 premiere date down and convince everyone you know to watch. After all, that is the best way to ensure that we can get another batch of episodes down the line.
What do you think about the Manifest season 2 premiere date?
Beyond that, what do you want to see from the season at large? Be sure to share in the comments, and remember to stick around for some other news. (Photo: NBC.)