Upload: Trailer Talk

Upload: Trailer Talk

Trailer Talk: Upload (Amazon Prime Series)

Just before you’re at death’s doorstep, what if you could upload your conscious to the internet and choose to live in a digital afterlife?

Well, that’s what new series ‘Upload’ revolves around, when a young man is given the chance to live life anew via a digital world. The satirical show is a comedy/sci-fi series and was created by Greg Daniels (Parks & Recreation, The Office USA).



The series resembles that of ‘Black Mirror’, except with more humour. The concept is interesting and looks extremely charming. However, this type of storyline could also get tiresome really quickly if it goes on for too long; an example I can think of where a human was able to change itself via technology in a charming tone was the 2017 film ‘Downsizing’. And its biggest downfall was its lengthy running time. 

Overall, I’m interested in ‘Upload’; it looks funny, charming and the concept is interesting enough to intrigue me. However, I hope it’s a short series and doesn’t overstay its welcome.

‘Upload’ will be uploaded onto Amazon Prime 1st May 2020.

Upload is an upcoming American science fiction comedy satire web television series created by Greg Daniels set to premiere May 1, 2020 on Prime Video.


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