Where to watch seasons 2 and 3 of Manifest in the UK

The final season of Manifest has arrived on Netflix, and viewers want to know where they can catch up on earlier episodes

The cast of Manifest stood next to the emergency exit of an airplane
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Netflix viewers have enjoyed binging seasons one and four, and now they want to know where to watch seasons two and three of Manifest in the UK.

Supernatural series Manifest first aired in 2019, but it's seen renewed interest in recent months after the fourth and final season landed on Netflix earlier this year. The show follows the passengers of Montego Air Flight 828, which vanished mid-flight before mysteriously reappearing five years later, with those on board unaged and unaware that so much time had passed. Now that the dramatic finale is available to stream, fans of the show have been looking to get the Manifest ending explained.

And it's been a long time coming, with the show taking a two-year break after being cancelled by American broadcaster NBC. Since its arrival on Netflix, it's stormed to the top of the streaming service's most-watched list, alongside the likes of free-diving documentary The Deepest Breath and season 5 of Too Hot To Handle. However, due to licensing issues, only seasons one and four are available on Netflix in the UK, leaving fans wondering how they can watch seasons two and three of Manifest too. 

Where to watch seasons 2 and 3 of Manifest in the UK

Seasons two and three of Manifest are available to stream on Sky Go and NOW in the UK. Sky Go is free to Sky TV customers, and you can choose the right Sky package for you on their website. Meanwhile, NOW is available from £6.99 a month.

Elsewhere, the first three seasons of Manifest are available to purchase on Prime Video, Apple TV and Google Play. The series is also available to download on the Microsoft store.

Why aren't seasons 2 and 3 of Manifest on Netflix in the UK?

Seasons two and three of Manifest aren't available on Netflix in the UK due to the limitations of the licensing deal. Netflix signed a deal with NBC after the American network cancelled the show following its third season.

After Manifest's popularity exploded, Netflix decided to renew the final season, meaning it holds exclusive rights for season 4 only, while previous seasons are exclusive to Sky and its streaming service NOW in the UK.

Seasons 1 to 3 of Manifest are therefore available to stream on Netflix in the US, Canda and many other countries, meaning one other way that UK viewers can access earlier episodes is by installing a VPN.

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Ellie Hutchings
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Ellie is GoodtoKnow’s Family News Editor and covers all the latest trends in the parenting world - from relationship advice and baby names to wellbeing and self-care ideas for busy mums. Ellie is also an NCTJ-qualified journalist and has a distinction in MA Magazine Journalism from Nottingham Trent University and a first-class degree in Journalism from Cardiff University. Previously, Ellie has worked with BBC Good Food, The Big Issue, and the Nottingham Post, as well as freelancing as an arts and entertainment writer alongside her studies. When she’s not got her nose in a book, you’ll probably find Ellie jogging around her local park, indulging in an insta-worthy restaurant, or watching Netflix’s newest true crime documentary.