The long-awaited trailer for the third season of "Upload" has finally made its debut. This science fiction comedy series, originally created by Greg Daniels of "The Office" fame, first premiered on Prime Video in 2020. It stars Robbie Amell as Nathan Brown, a computer programmer who, after his demise, finds himself uploaded into a digital afterlife community called Lakeview. The ensemble cast of the series includes Andy Allo, Allegra Edwards, Zainab Johnson, Kevin Bigley, and Josh Banday. Prime Video has now unveiled the official trailer for "Upload" Season 3, scheduled to premiere on October 20. Take a look at it below:
The trailer delves into the aftermath of the events of the second season, with Nathan returning to the real world and embarking on a relationship with his former afterlife handler, Nora (played by Allo). Simultaneously, a new digital version of Nathan's consciousness remains in Lakeview with his ex-girlfriend, Ingrid (portrayed by Edwards). When Nora visits Lakeview and encounters this new version of Nathan, it sets the stage for a mind-bending take on the classic love triangle. The new trailer showcases that "Upload" Season 3 is brimming with storylines, aiming to be even more expansive and thrilling than the conclusion of Season 2. Besides the intricate romantic developments in Nathan's life, he and Nora continue their fight against Freeyond, the corrupt company behind Lakeview. However, the series doesn't solely focus on Nathan's storyline. This season introduces Aleesha (played by Johnson), who has been promoted to manager after previously serving as a handler for army veteran Luke (Bigley). In her new role, she must navigate a series of new challenges, including a humorous moment featured in the closing scene of the trailer, where the artificial intelligence A.I. Guy (Owen Daniels) attempts to emulate human behavior by not working at all. Additionally, "Upload" hints at Luke's pursuit of employment in the Grey Zone. Despite these diverse plotlines, the trailer underscores the show's commitment to maintaining its humor throughout. Much like "The Good Place," this Prime Video sci-fi series aims to strike a balance between serialized storytelling and sitcom elements to deliver an engaging television experience. For those wondering about the release date, "Upload" Season 3 will be available for streaming on Prime Video starting on October 20, 2023. Current Amazon Prime Video subscribers will have access to the series upon its release, and if you haven't subscribed yet, you can do so for $8.99 per month to enjoy the entire library. To watch and stream "Upload" Season 3, simply sign up for a Prime Video account and take advantage of the extensive content library it offers.