Manifesto, the series about a mysterious flight that gets lost in time and lands five years after it took off, has gained a huge fan following who raved about it even after the series was cancelled. The revolution that occurred on the networks made the streaming giant, Netflix, bring it to your screen.

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The series mixes supernatural events, fiction, a lot of suspense and somewhat strange situations experienced by each of its characters. Manifesto brings together everything you need to become a real “boom” and attract a large number of followers. But, if you have already seen all the seasons and you were left wanting more, here are a couple of recommendations that you can also see on Netflix:

The OA

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The series was written by Zal Batmanglij and Brit Marling, who were also in charge of directing and acting. The story revolves around the protagonist, Prairie Johnson (Brit Marling), a blind girl who has been missing for seven years and suddenly reappears, to everyone’s amazement.

The most curious thing about her return is that now the protagonist can see and has a rather strange attitude. After resettling at her parents’ house, Prairie begins to exhibit mysterious behavior. It is then that she makes a group of friends, to whom she tells everything that happened to her while she was missing.

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the path of the night

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The series is based on a novel by the Polish Jacek Dukaj to show the gripping story of passengers on a commercial flight who must escape from the sunlight to stay alive.

The story of this miniseries begins with the arrival at the airport of former soldier Sylvie (Pauline Etienne) to take a plane to Moscow, after losing her boyfriend to illness. As Sylvie and some of the passengers board the flight, a man takes his soul from one of the terminal guards and violently boards the aircraft. Afterward, he forces the co-pilot to leave the airport without the rest of the crew.

Soon it will be known that he is not a terrorist, but an Italian officer belonging to NATO who claims that the sun is killing the planet’s inhabitants. From there, a true story of conflict, fear and suspense is unleashed that will keep the audience trapped.