NBC has decided not to air the next, new episode 11 of Manifest’s current season 3 on May 27, 2021. Read on to know when it will premiere.
The third season of the supernatural drama series ‘Manifest’ is shaping up quite well. To date, 10 episodes of the current season have been released with the next episode due to premiere on May 27, 2021. However, NBC has decided not to air episode 11 of Manifest’s current season 3 on May 27, 2021. Well, the reason for this development is unknown. However, we can officially confirm the release date of the next episode.
Manifest Season 3 Episode 11 Release Date
Manifest season 3 episode 11 titled “Duty Free” will drop on NBC on June 3, 2021, at 8/7c. New episodes usually drop on the network every Thursday. As per the reports coming, episode 12 titled “Mayday, Part 1” will also drop on June 3, 2021.
It will be the second time this season, two episodes drop on the same day. Episodes 7 and 8 of season three aired on NBC on May 6, 2021.
How many episodes are there in Manifest season 3?
Like the previous two seasons, the third season of Manifest also has 13 episodes. As mentioned above, episode 11 and 12 will arrive on Jun 3, followed by a season finale on June 10, 2021.
What to expect from the next episode?
NBC’s official description for episode 11 reads, “The consequences of Ben’s actions tests his marriage and sends Grace reeling. Michaela makes a difficult decision regarding Saanvi’s secret. Cal, following his intuition, provides secret refuge to an outcast.”
Where to Watch Manifest Season 3 Episode 11 Online?
Manifest Season 3 is exclusive to NBC in the US, and new episodes air every Thursday night at 8/7c. If you want to watch Manifest season 3 episode 11, you can tune in to NBC at the time it premieres. However, your TV needs to be backed up by a cable connection.
You can also watch the episode on NBC’s official website or the NBC app shortly after it premieres on the network.
Hulu subscribers can include the NBC pack to their subscription and watch Manifest and other NBC shows on the app. Other cable-free options include streaming it live on DirecTV, Fubo TV, YouTube TV, and Sling TV. You can also rent or purchase the episodes on-demand on Amazon Prime, iTunes, and Apple TV.