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NBC's Manifest is just the latest TV series to be canceled by its original network and then saved somewhere else.

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Manifest will return for a fourth and final season on Netflix. Showrunner Jeff Rake says "we're going to keep making the show that everyone fell in love with."

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[Netflix] has made it quite clear that they will want us to keep making the same show that we've been making. the audience shouldn't be concerned that the tone of the show is going to shift, or the method of storytelling is going to shift. 

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The 2017 One Day At A Time originally aired as a Netflix original series. However, the streamer canceled the series after three seasons. PopTV picked up the show to give it a season four ending. 

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After Brooklyn Nine-Nine was cancelled by FOX, fans showed their anger. NBC saw how much the show was loved and decided to give it three more seasons. The beloved series will end with season eight. 

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You originally aired on Lifetime in April 2018, but the suspense show didn't pick up traction until it was put on Netflix in late 2018. Season three of the show airs on Netflix October 15, 2021.

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FOX made the decision to cancel Lucifer after three seasons, but Netflix came to the rescue once again. The sixth and final season premieres September 10, 2021. 

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