Upload’ Season 3: Release Date, Cast, Trailer, Plot, And Everything We Know So Far

Upload' Season 3

Who said that life has to stop when you die? In the Prime Video show Upload, fans are taken to a far-off future where life and death have changed a lot because of technology. The main character of the series is Nathan, a man whose mind is moved to a digital afterlife called Lakeview after he dies too soon and, honestly, in a suspicious way. Nathan has almost complete freedom to do what he wants in the future. He can keep in touch with people he cares about, like his girlfriend Ingrid. As Nathan gets used to Lakeview, he gets close to Nora, his live handler (also called an “angel”), and starts to wonder if his death was an accident or if someone had more evil plans. The first season of Upload had ten episodes and came out in May 2020. Season 2 came out in March 2022 and was shorter. A few months later, Prime Video decided to give the show a third season, which will come out in October. While you wait for Season 3 of Upload, we’ve put together a guide to everything we know so far about the new season.

Upload' Season 3



  • Robbie Amell as Nathan Brown
  • Andy Allo as Nora Antony
  • Allegra Edwards as Ingrid Kannerman
  • Zainab Johnson as Aleesha
  • Kevin Bigley as Luke
  • Owen Daniels as A.I. Guy
  • Andrea Rosen as Lucy
  • Josh Banday as Ivan Spelich
  • William B. Davis as David Choak
  • Yvetta Fisher as Batia

What is the Release Date of Upload Season 3?

Season 3 of Upload will start on Friday, October 20, 2023, only on Prime Video. The first two episodes will come out at the same time, and each Friday after that, two new episodes will be released. The eight-episode season will end on Friday, November 10, with the season finale.

Is there a trailer for Upload Season 3?

No, the Upload Season 3 video has not yet been put on Prime Video. But since the release date is coming soon, it shouldn’t be too long before one is available. Keep an eye out for more!

What is the Plot of Upload Season 3?

After Nathan’s download, Season 3 picks up where Season 2 left off, with Nathan and Nora now in a relationship. But as they try to stop everything happening with Freeyond before it hurts millions of people in a way that can’t be fixed, their new status presents some problems. On top of all that, Nathan’s file could kill him at any time. In the meantime, a backup Nathan lives in Lakeview, which gives Ingrid the chance to give their partnership a second chance. Aleesha keeps moving up in Horizen’s ranks and is now in charge of educating AI. Luke tries one last thing to stay in Lakeview after he dies.

Who Are the Creators of ‘Upload’?

Greg Daniels is the creator and executive producer of Upload. He is known for making a number of great TV shows, such as King of the Hill, the American version of The Office, and Parks and Recreation. He was an executive producer for Upload with Howard Klein, who also worked on the shows above. Klein has also worked on shows like The Mindy Project, Jessica Jones, Never Have I Ever, and more.

What Happened in ‘Upload’ Season 2?

Throughout Upload Season 2, Nathan learns more about his death, ultimately a murder devised by Ingrid’s father, Oliver Kannerman. At the start of the season, Lakeview gains a surprising new resident: Ingrid. She uploaded it because she missed Nathan and didn’t want to wait to be with him again. However, Nathan learns that Ingrid didn’t die — she was visiting Lakeview thanks to a virtual reality hug suit. So, needless to say, that doesn’t go over well with Nathan. Meanwhile, Nora goes off the grid for a while and falls in with a group called the Ludds, who are opposed to many of the technological advances companies like Horizon have ushered in and aim to put a stop to them completely, believing the 1% shouldn’t be the only people with access. Cue the imminent launch of Freeyond, a digital afterlife that claims to be a solid alternative to those who can’t afford the luxury of Lakeview. As Nathan and Nora continue diving deeper into Nathan’s murder, they learn that Freeyond is much more notorious than first meets the eye, with Kannerman — in cahoots with billionaire David Choak — setting up locations in strategic spots to sway future elections in his favor, something that could very well spell disaster. Also, Nathan’s mother plans to upload with Freeyond, something Nathan has yet to learn.

At the end of Season 2, Nora restarts work at Horizen as an undercover agent for the Ludds. The group begins their plans to stop Kannerman and, subsequently, Freeyond, though they still have a long way to go. Moreover, following the Ingrid revelation, she pursues her own plans with Nathan, regenerating his body in the real world. Nora and the Ludds download Nathan — that is, they place his consciousness back in his body and bring him back to life. However, the procedure is still extremely experimental and could be fatal. Finally, Tinsley, a new Horizen hire, notices that Nathan’s missing from Lakeview, so she restores the backup copy, which means there are now two Nathans.

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