Upload Season 2 Release Date, Cast, Trailer, and How to Watch

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Upload Season 2

The second season of Upload is on its way, and for good reason. Despite the fact that Greg Daniels is best known for shows such as The Office US and Space Force, he released a brand-new comedy in 2020 that many mistakenly dismissed as a rip-off of A Good Place.

Quite the contrary, Upload demonstrated that it could stand on its own, which isn’t surprising considering Daniels hasn’t seen Michael Schur’s fantasy comedy before.

“I believe it was in 2016,” he told Collider, referring to a dinner he shared with Mike and his wife. “I had just finished my first draught of this when I came up with this. In 2015, I had pitched it to everyone I knew and eventually sold it to HBO. In my conversation with Mike, I mentioned that I would be turning in something the following day. In addition, he stated, “I’ll be submitting something tomorrow as well.” It turned out to be A Good Place, as the title suggests. Because we had been working together for so long, our creative minds were all thinking about the same thing at the same time.

“I haven’t seen A Good Place yet, to be honest. As soon as I realized that we were both working on something in the same zone, I made the decision not to be influenced by it.”

Release Date Of Upload Season 2

Upload season two will premiere on Amazon Prime Video on March 11, 2022, with all seven episodes available at that time.

This comes at an opportune time, given that the show has been in the works for years, with major setbacks caused in large part by, you guessed it, the pandemic.

It was announced in May 2020 that the second season would air, with Greg Daniels saying in a statement: “I am thrilled to continue a great relationship with Amazon Studios and this wonderful cast and to find out what happens next to Nora, Nathan, and Ingrid and their 2033 world.”

Season two, according to Amazon Studios’ head Jennifer Salke, will be a “smart, cinematic comedy crackling with intrigue.” She continued, “We know our global fans want to see the next chapter with Nathan and Nora, so we are greenlighting season two and are excited that Greg’s passion project has found such a devoted audience.”

When it comes to season two, Robbie Amell (Nathan Brown) explained that it had been “percolating in his head for a very long time.” “And I believe that anyone who enjoyed the first season will see that it will only continue to grow from there,” says the creator.

Filming was officially completed in April 2021, with Robbie Amell, who plays Nathan, sharing a photo of himself and his co-stars on the final day of production on social media.

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Cast Of Upload Season 2

Both Nathan and Nora have returned, which is fortunate because the show would be incomplete without them.

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Andy Allo said, “Nora and Nathan really get to grow together, and you’re getting to see these two people who exist in completely different worlds kind of come together, which I think is really cool.”

Among those featured are Ingrid and her shady father Oliver (Barclay Hope), Aleesha and Luke, as well as Josh Banday as Ivan, who has been promoted to series regular status.

Other names that might come to mind are:

  • Jordan Johnson-Hinds as Jamie
  • Chris Williams as Nora’s father Dave
  • Andrea Rosen as Nora’s boss Lucy
  • Jessica Tuck as Nathan’s mother Viv
  • William B Davis as Lake View resident David Choak
  • Chloe Coleman as Nathan’s niece Nevaeh
  • Rhys Slack as Dylan, a child who lives in Lakeview

It’s unclear whether Elizabeth Bowen will reprise her role as Fran Booth, Nathan’s cousin who is investigating his car accident; the last time we saw her, she was about to drive off the end of a pier while trapped in a self-driving car.

There have also been announcements of new characters to be featured in the series. Paulo Costanzo (Designated Survivor) will join the cast as Matteo, who Daniels describes as “a young charismatic leader prone to bouts of self-importance.” Adding to the cast are Mackenzie Cardwell (Little Fish) and Tinsley, “a new temp customer service angel at the Horizen ‘Lakeview,’ center in Brooklyn.” (Source: Deadline.)

Trailer Of Upload Season 2

Not at this time, but keep an eye on this space for updates. In the meantime, here’s a refresher on the season one trailer for your viewing pleasure.

Plot Of Upload Season 2

While creator Greg Daniels has not commented on the next chapter of Upload, it is safe to assume that the series will pick up the story where it left off in Season 1. According to Daniels’ statement, the season will still take place in the year 2033, which is all we know for certain.

Robbie Amell revealed to Comic Book Resources in September 2020 that the season may feature “more of the supporting characters” than the previous season, which was released in September 2019.

According to Amell, “I believe you’ll get to see a little bit more of the supporting characters this season, which is awesome.” The three main characters, Zainab [Johnson], Kevin [Bigley], and Allegra [Edwards], are all extremely amusing and talented. My anticipation for more from them is high, and the show ended on a high note for a number of the characters, so I’m looking forward to seeing where it goes.”

The identity of the true perpetrator behind Nathan’s “death” has also remained a mystery. The first season of the show is littered with potential suspects, but who is truly to blame? The Season 1 finale gave a strong indication that the hit was ordered by Ingrid’s own father, but there are still many details and angles that are unknown at this time.

Perhaps Nathan’s most recent project, completed while he was still alive, will provide a hint. Nathan was determined, before his death, to make expensive “upload” technology more accessible to the general public. Whatever Nathan was working on would have made uploading more affordable, allowing anyone, regardless of wealth or income, to be included in the uploading process. As we saw in Upload Season 1, that technology is about to be released (without Nathan’s involvement), and it has the potential to completely destabilize Horizen’s entire operation.

Nathan’s newfound prominence among the “Two Gigs” may also exacerbate the undercurrent of class warfare that exists in Upload. Will he be able to lead a revolution from the basement of Lakeview, where he currently resides? We’ll just have to wait and see what happens.

End Lines

Nathan is also seen breaking up with Ingrid and paying for his own afterlife plan, which he can only afford 2GB of data for in the final episode of Upload. Nathan struggles to have a phone conversation with Nora on his new 2GB plan without using up all of his data for the month, which gives Nora the impression that he doesn’t care about her.

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