Upload Season 3 Sets October 20 Release Date on Amazon Prime Video
Upload Season 3 Sets October 20 Release Date on Amazon Prime Video

The third season of the sci-fi comedy series Upload will return on Amazon Prime Video on October 20, the streamer announced Wednesday. The series was created by Emmy Award-winning writer Greg Daniels, known for his work on hit shows like The Office and Parks and Recreation.

Prime Video said in a release that the third season of “Upload” will consist of eight episodes, with two episodes premiering each week on its platform.

Starring Robbie Amell as Nathan and Andy Allo as Nora, the show is set in a technologically advanced future where holographic phones, Self-driving cars, artificial intelligence assistance, and 3D food printers have become the norm. Most uniquely, humans have the option to upload to a virtual afterlife.

In season three, Nora and newcomer Nathan will deal with their relationship while racing to stop a mysterious conspiracy that could destroy the lives of millions.

“Can they shut down Freeyond and finally live a real life together? Or is it just a matter of time before Nathan’s head explodes? Meanwhile, in Lakeview, with Nathan’s backup copy activated, Ingrid won’t miss a second chance.” When love slips away.

“Back in the real world, Alyssa rose through Horizen by managing AI education and fell into a new romantic relationship. While Luke was alone in Lakeview, forced to come up with funds to pay for his stay in Paradise, Drive him to work in gray areas,” reads the synopsis for the third season.

Upload also stars Kevin Bigley as Luke, Allegra Edwards as Ingrid, Zainab Johnson as Alyssa and Owen Daniels as an artificial intelligence expert.

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