“Manifest Series Finale: Interview with Josh Dallas and Melissa Roxburgh”

The following contains spoilers from manifestseries finale. Proceed accordingly.

After four wild seasons manifest came to a fitting end as the 828ers faced their final verdict. In the series finale, now streaming on Netflix, the passengers survived the death date and were given a second chance at life.

They landed safely in New York City as if nothing had happened in five years, although their perfectly intact memories confirmed it was all indeed real. More importantly, Ben finally got back together with Grace, who was murdered in the season 3 finale, and Olive and Cal became children again. (Read our full synopsis for more.)

For Josh Dallas, who plays Ben, the Stones’ happy ending is a new beginning. “With Ben and a lot of the other characters, I don’t see it as the end, but as a new beginning,” he tells TVLine. “I think it’s only fitting that he’s back with his one true love and getting a second chance at his life with her and his kids. I’m happy for you.”

Michaela, meanwhile, ended things with Jared and rushed off to find Zeke, who was in a cab and had no memory of her at all. However, that didn’t stop the former NYPD cop from getting in his cab and updating him.

“I feel good about it,” says Melissa Roxburgh, who plays Michaela, of the show’s ending. “I think everything should end the way it did. Even if people are upset about certain things, life is like that. Things don’t always go the way we imagined, but sometimes it’s better. I think they did a really good job of showing that. Some of it is not what we expected, but some is better.”

And while Michaela’s final moments were spent with Zeke, Melissa spent her final day of filming in the cockpit alongside Leajato Robinson, who plays Amuta.

“It was interesting because most people were done by that point. It was just me and a few other people left,” says Roxburgh. “It was an interesting farewell. We also said goodbye so many times this week but it was me and Amuta which was really cool.”

Manifesto season 4Dallas, on the other hand, ended filming on the series with a turning point.

“My very last scene in the whole thing, which is also very fitting, was with Grace,” explains Dallas. “With Athena [Karkanis] at the airport, at baggage claim. It was an amazing moment because I think my very first scene I shot was with Athena. It was a great bookend to end up like this.”

“We lost Athena for Season 4 and it felt like a link was missing from our show,” adds Roxburgh. “To see her back at the airport for that final scene… I started crying when they met again. It felt so weird because it felt like we were actually on the show. It didn’t feel like we were acting because she was actually gone. It was interesting to watch.”

Brian Ashcraft

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