Upload: Season 1

Upload: Season 1

Upload: Season 1

Near-future comedy from the creator of Parks and Recreation following a car crash victim who, at the request of his girlfriend, opts out of life-threatening surgery and instead has his mind uploaded to a virtual world full of fellow "dead" people, modifiable environments, and in-app purchases.

2020USAAmazon Prime
ComedyScience Fiction
Creator:
Greg Daniels ('Parks and Recreation', 'The Office')
Cast:
Robbie AmellAndy Allo

Streaming (1 Provider)

EPISODE 1.1
1 May 2020

Welcome to Upload

After a self-driving car crash, Nathan is uploaded to Lakeview, his girlfriend's family's digital after-life, where he meets his customer service rep, Nora.

EPISODE 1.2
1 May 2020

Five Stars

Nora tries to get her ratings up, so her boss will approve her dad's upload loan. Nathan acclimates to his new world with the help of a Lakeview therapist.

EPISODE 1.3
1 May 2020

The Funeral

Scientists attempt to download a consciousness back into a clone body. Nathan attends his own funeral and Nora uncovers a mystery surrounding his death.

EPISODE 1.4
1 May 2020

The Sex Suit

Nora thinks she may have misjudged Nathan. Nathan and his girlfriend Ingrid are interviewed about the challenges of romance between a living person and an Upload.

EPISODE 1.5
1 May 2020

The Grey Market

Nora's Dad's vape lung worsens while Nathan, his friend Luke, and Dylan, an uploaded teen whose body is not keeping up with his age, visit a hacker's market in cyberspace.

EPISODE 1.6
1 May 2020

The Sleepover

Nathan is thrown when Nora goes on a Nitely date. Ingrid invites Nathan's niece for a sleepover. Nathan and Nora suspect his damaged memories may lead to a greater conspiracy. Luke gets into a fight... MORE with Aleesha.

EPISODE 1.7
1 May 2020

Bring Your Dad to Work Day

Nathan takes Nora's dad on a do-or-die upload decision tour, but things go awry when Luddites sabotage Lakeview. Nora does some sleuthing on Lucy's computer in the confusion.

EPISODE 1.8
1 May 2020

Shopping Other Digital After-Lives

After a surprising revelation, Nathan shops for a new digital after-life. Nora travels to LA to help Ingrid stop him from leaving Lakeview.

EPISODE 1.9
1 May 2020

Update Eve

The Uploads are looking forward to the improvements in the new Lakeview Operating System. Nathan and Nora stay up late to recover Nathan's missing memories.

EPISODE 1.10
1 May 2020

Freeyond

Nathan's restored memories and shifting emotional allegiances put Nora in physical danger.

Upload: Season 1 / Reviews

A.V. Club

A.V. Club

Upload begins with an overwhelming self-assuredness, one that unfortunately starts to wither as familiarity steadily sets in. The show's biggest flaw is that it's trying to be three series, of widely varying quality, all at once.

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Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

It's all quite brilliantly imagined and rendered, with a keen eye for the awfulness of gouging corporations -- though it's not as consistently laugh-out-loud funny as some might hope.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

It's probably not as good as The Good Place, but it's got plenty of laughs and ideas to make you think.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

The intricately realized setting needs a story, however, at which point this fertile if familiar premise begins to suffer.

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Daily Telegraph

Daily Telegraph

Mainly, though, Upload is a wickedly funny, well-executed black comedy. Whenever it threatens to get deep and meaningful, another zinger of a gag comes along.

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Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

Its commentary about all the ways we’ve allowed corporations’ long tentacles to wrap themselves around our lives (or afterlives) is reminiscent of half of Black Mirror, but that doesn’t make it any less pertinent to our own increasingly dysfunctional world.

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Variety

Variety

It might be “The Good Place,” but less philosophical; or “Forever,” but less in control of its tone; or the “Black Mirror” episode “San Junipero,” but, unfortunately, just not that good.

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Collider

Collider

What it shares with Daniels’ previous shows is what makes it so compelling: despite being a story set in the afterlife tackling themes of capitalism and loss of privacy, Upload is at heart deeply human and deeply funny.

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