Manifest is heading to Netflix for Season 4 after three seasons on NBC. The show that was once canceled, then nearly brought back by NBC before Netflix picked it up, has had its share of delays heading into production. Now we can exclusively reveal Season 4 is tentatively preparing to start production on November 18th.
Along with the production start date, we can also reveal Manifest is looking to cast a character named Henry Kim. The role calls for an Asian male between the ages of 50-80 years of age. The character must appear frail and thin and speak English with a noticeable accent. The casting call is specifically calling for a visually impaired actor. Henry is a character who has been through numerous trials and tribulations but remains a fighter. The role is that of a recurring character.
Like with most Netflix productions, the streaming service is enforcing mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations to ensure a safe production/set. All who submit tapes for casting calls must confirm they’ve been vaccinated, or submit proof of a disability preventing them from being vaccinated.
Production on Manifest Season 4 will kick off in New York in a couple of weeks.