‘Manifest’ Boss Teases Season 4 With Disturbing, Nightmarish Fuel Doll
these manifesto Season 4 previews have gotten weird. We still have a long way to go before new episodes drop on Netflix; however, everyone involved with the show entertained fans with behind-the-scenes photos in the meantime. The last tease of season 4 comes from manifesto creator Jeff Rake, who took things down a disturbing path with photos of a creepy doll on set. Check out the nightmarish footage below.
Jeff Rake shared behind-the-scenes photos of a creepy doll in ‘Manifest’ Season 4
Rake took to Twitter on Feb. 22 to share a close look at a doll with oddly realistic features, like dark brown hair, blue eyes, and detailed hands. In one photo, below, the doll was nestled in a bed next to a stuffed toy. Meanwhile, fans saw the doll head-on in another image as she posed for a camera, looking…slightly disheveled.
Rake gave no explanation for the doll in the captions. However, he shared some interesting hashtags: “#Manifest #Netflix #406”. It looks like the team was filming Season 4 Episode 6.
The spooky photos caught the attention of many fans, although some admitted the doll would give them nightmares.
“I wouldn’t want to wake up with this next to me first thing in the morning, that’s for sure.” a fan replied.
“Is manifesto Will season 4 be a horror season? another person asked.
The most likely explanation for the doll is that it’s a doppelganger for scenes where a character won’t necessarily need a close-up. Many fans have speculated that the doll represents Eden, the young daughter of Ben Stone (Josh Dallas).
“This is Annabelle, aka Baby Eden (unless it’s not Eden, lol)”, someone wrote.
Hopefully the magic of TV shows will make this doll less disturbing.
Cast and crew generously shared sneak peeks of the new season
Rake is one of many cast and crew members who have shared teasers for Season 4 since filming began in November. Josh Dallas, for example, took to Twitter in December to share a photo of his character rocking a scruffy beard and baseball cap, teasing that things would be “different” in new episodes. Additionally, Matt Long, who plays Zeke Landon, shared several behind-the-scenes footage of himself in action on the manifesto together.
Jeff Rake Teased What To Expect From ‘Manifest’ Season 4
manifesto Season 4 will mark the conclusion of the missing plane drama, which aired on NBC before Netflix picked it up. The new season will consist of 20 episodes which will likely be released in a few batches.
Back in September, Rake teased that he’s always had a general preview of the show’s ending. He promised he would deliver a solid conclusion to the story in those 20 episodes.
When I’ve talked in the past about having a roadmap until the end of the series, that didn’t mean that I had a roadmap for literally every episode,” he said. Weekly entertainment. “I have a roadmap with a series of twists and flags in the sand that we would eventually hit in order to tell the core stories of our mythology and relationship drama.”
manifesto Seasons 1-3 are now streaming on Netflix. Stay tuned to Showbiz Cheat Sheet for more updates on Season 4.
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