On Monday night, the season 2 finale of NBC's supernatural drama Manifest crashed onto our televisions, with more ups and downs than Flight 828 itself. [Warning: The below contains MAJOR spoilers for the Season 2 finale of Manifest, "Icing Conditions."] That finale was just plain crazy! Although we got the answers we were looking for this whole season, this finale titled ‘Icing Conditions’ just opened up a whole other can of mysteries.
Michaela promises Ben and Grace she’ll get Cal back while Zeke’s condition worsens upstairs in bed, especially given his death is prophesied to be less than a day away. Desperate, Michaela bypasses protocol and heads straight to evidence to retrieve the stash.
Now, they’re offering to trade the kid’s life in exchange for their meth stash. Last week, Jace (James McMenamin), Kory (DazMann Still), and Pete (Devin Harjes) have kidnapped Cal (Jack Messina) to take revenge on Michaela (Melissa Roxburgh). The season 2 finale made it … Over Manifest's two seasons, the survivors of Flight 828 have struggled to cope with a changed world and mysterious visions.
It had more ups and downs than Flight 828 in turbulence. As Zeke's death date finally arrives, a new mystery sets up season 3 in the Manifest season 2 finale. Season 2 of the NBC mystery drama series has focused on Michaela (Melissa Roxburgh) trying to save Zeke (Matt Long) from his fate, Ben (Josh Dallas) trying to solve the mystery of the Callings and what they mean for the passengers' future, and the conflict with the X'ers.
Manifest needs a season 3 renewal stat! The season 2 finale of Manifest essentially revolves around Cal’s kidnapping. [Warning: The below contains MAJOR spoilers for the Season 2 finale of Manifest, "Icing Conditions."] She wouldn’t have been able to get her hands on it though if not for Jared’s (J.R. Ramirez) he…