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Manifest’s Biggest Questions Answered & Mysteries Explained | screenrant

The passengers of Flight 828 have long attempted to understand the Callings, and they have solved some of the show’s biggest mysteries in season 3.

By Nicholas Raymond, Published 2 days ago

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Manifest’s abrupt cancellation left a number of loose ends, but not all of the show’s mysteries went unsolved.

Over the course of its three-season run, the Flight 828 passengers have worked hard at heeding the Callings they receive in each episode.

Due to their investigations and attempts to understand the meaning behind these messages, the characters have learned a lot during their journeys.

Ever since the show began, Ben (Josh Dallas), Michaela (Melissa Roxburgh), Saanvi (Parveen Khaur), and all the others have been determined to find out the truth behind the plane’s disappearance, the purpose of the Callings, and how they can survive the Death Date.

Later, the Al-Zuras reveal, Zeke (Matt Long), and other related discoveries made them realize that Flight 828 wasn’t an isolated incident. Unexplained vanishings and sudden returns like what occurred with their plane have happened at other points in human history.

Following these leads has resulted in some important revelations, thanks in large part to the introduction of Eureka in season 3. Though the government-sanctioned operation hasn’t always been on the same page as the passengers, their scientific resources have proved useful.

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Aside: books & tablets (technology) | FOOD FOR THOUGHT

Screenshot from episode of television show “Manifest”

While watching S3 E4, “Tailspin,” of “Manifest,” on NBC, I saw this intriguing image of a tablet and a book. It made me think of the ways technologies (of now and the future) often integrate and merge with older technologies (i.e. books in this case).

I was thinking about how television didn’t replace radio –it changed it and made it different, but it’s still there.

Modern technology tools like smartphones and tablets are not going to replace the old technology, books. They will change how the two or more work together, and shape the world, and are useful in ways we cannot truly imagine yet…

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