Things are going pretty well for Melissa Roxburgh’s Michaela Stone in the “Manifesto” finale. In the final act of the episode, Michaela, along with the rest of the series’ last survivors, is transported back in time to the day they all disappeared on Flight 828. But instead of being missing for five years, the flight lands safely and everyone on board is given a second chance. Following this discovery, Michaela tracks down her previously deceased husband Zeke (Matt Long), hops in his cab and begins what viewers believe will be a very happy, hopefully long life.
Michaela isn’t the only character in Manifesto to be reunited with a lost loved one, either. Her brother Ben (Matt Dallas) is also reunited with his late wife Grace (Athena Karkanis). With that in mind, it’s not hard to see why Dallas is extremely upbeat about the ending of Manifest. “With Ben and a lot of the other characters, I don’t see it as an ending but as a new beginning,” the actor told TV Line.
In an interview with Netflix about the Manifesto finale, Dallas also noted, “I think it’s the right ending for these characters. And I cried a lot.” Meanwhile, in the same Netflix interview, Roxburgh said, “It’s a big episode. I don’t think the fans will be disappointed at all, but for us as actors it was very emotional.”
Although Roxburgh was personally affected by it, she still believes that the “Manifesto” finale brings the series’ story to a satisfying conclusion. “It just felt right, like a real goodbye,” noted the star.
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