The season will pick up from where we were left as Michaela found herself in harm's way and the passengers realized their ultimate fates
It all started with a Long Night and a long winter which lasted for a generation, and that was the cause which gave rise to the events in the story of 'A Song of Ice and Fire'
The show left us with a cliffhanger as we witnessed a gunshot but were unable to see who got shot, it seems season 2 will have the answer
Although the actors themselves are pretty young in the field, the story was relatable enough for them to be absolutely comfortable in their roles
The good cop of NBC's 'Manifest' has a lot in common with the actress who plays the character, Melissa Roxburgh.
With a complex storyline like this, creator Jeff Rake chose not to tell the story from the viewpoint of a particular protagonist but to include several voices.
They have both served specific purposes on the show and, if observed closely, each can be categorized under certain stereotypes
He went missing early on in season 1 and while fans tried to state he was still alive, chances are Vance is actually dead
A cult has been formed with one man as a priest who clearly understands his own profit from the people's blind faith in him
They are all getting a chance to redeem themselves through acts of goodness but Cal might not have enough time to do so
Their stories were simultaneously placed and as far as we know, nothing in 'Manifest' happens without a reason.
Sex always sells, and there is no doubt that a good sex scene leaves both the audience and the critic immensely satisfied
Cal was the first to experience the 'Calling' but chances are, due to their twin connection, he was able to pass on to Olive the fact that he was still alive those fateful 5 years
Initially met with a cold shoulder, the premiere of the show made fans warm up to yet another family drama by NBC
Stuck in between two women, Jared has always been clear about what he wants but he never had the courage to act on it.
They have solved every case togther, but the moment Zeke walked in Jared could not bear the fact that somebody else could help Michaela.
Athena Karkanis played some extremely bold roles of unconventional women before she stepped up as the wife in NBC's show.
Josh Dallas has played all types of characters — from the dashing man to a dear friend and even a lover, and he continues his good-boy image in the NBC show
Both the TV series and the book deal with a missing flight, broken relations, and a massive jump in time
Grace, Michaela, Saanvi, and Olive are the women who think for themselves and take charge of things when no one else can.
The show could either head towards a heartbreaking end or might just resurrect some of our favorite characters
Ben Stone had initially suggested that he would take the next flight home, but why would he do that when he knows that delaying would only harm his son?
It is a pity since Jared has kept his calm for a very long time but once Zeke appeared his character went for a downhill ride.
Griffin, Michael and Zeke have the grief of guilt in common, but Griffin is a step ahead since he was consciously responsible for his brother's death
Grace came up with a secret which changed the Stone family's dynamics in the end, however, it still seems that the family will get over the obstacle, yet again.
From leaving questions unasnwered to unnecessary family drama, the show has somewhere lost its hold on the mystery and it should return to that.
He has been receiving the "Callings" with much more precision than the passengers but his use of them led him to his ultimate demise.
The episode ends with the frame focusing on Michaela's face as we hear a gunshot in the background. So who actually got shot?
The very premise about a plane missing for five-and-a-half years whose passengers were presumed dead has been the talking point for devoted fans who cannot wait to find out more!
Jeff Rake has proved that when it comes to creating a mystery you don't need a board or a monster, you just need a name.
The number has been a lingering phenomenon throughout the show and it could be that with the finale, we now know what Rake has been trying to indicate
After all this while, it has been revealed the "Callings" are leading them to their deaths, but is there another intention?
MEA WorldWide (MEAWW) reached out to Rake to have a little chat about his show right before the season hits its finale, and he dropped some rather interesting clues, as he does
Much like Cal, whose 'Callings' are stronger than the others as they let him see the future, Griffin too realizes the 'Callings' are more capable than anyone could have assumed
Execution always makes a difference, but there are other factors that work in the favor of the show. We reached out to fans in our quest to find out what made the show so appealing
The show has already pulled in quite a huge audience for NBC with its slow-burning storyline and maybe the network will be consider renewing it for a Season 2
The finale might give us a different perspective on the "Callings" but that cannot be the conclusion to the show, which has left so many questions unanswered
He came in like a gust of wind and clearly is calling for destruction, but what is his purpose and why does he want the public involved?
All the 15 episodes have led to this, and it seems the 'Callings' have fallen in very wrong hands this time
Michaela always had feelings for Jared but he couldn't entirely comprehend her struggle with the "Callings" which is something she has in common with Zeke
The show might not have received a nod from the network for renewal yet, but chances are it will return for a second season
Rumors abound Fox may decide not to renew The Passage for a 2nd season as ratings aren't quite living up to expectations. That would be a calamitous blow to fans of high quality TV
The new character, like Zeke, was not on the plane, but he seems to know a lot more about the 'Callings' than Michaela or anyone else
Michaela rescued the man who had been drowned for almost 80 hours and still made it out alive, and yes, he is hearing the voices too
The two had been receiving the same 'Callings' even before they met, and now it seems they might just put their heads together for the case
Red X's was all over the place in Episode 13, at the Stones' house and at the hospital, and it might signify the rising hatred against the passengers of Flight 828
Cal has been called the Holy Grail of the show, but Jack Messina sees his character in a very different light
His 'Callings' have always been different, and being a kid, he never fights them, simply accepts them. Could it be he is more intune with the 'Callings' because he's a kid?
He went from being an enemy to a trusted friend and his death was hard to accept, but chances are he is actually still alive
Both of them share a similar interest for the 'Callings' and they want to get into the depth of it; so does that mean they are the same person?