On May 1, 2020, Amazon Prime Video released Season 1 of ‘Upload’ in its entirety. There are ten episodes in the first installment, each ranging between 24 to 46 minutes. Now let us share what we know regarding the creation of the second part. The sci-fi comedy launched on Amazon Studios just a week ago. Season 2 of Upload was scheduled for May 8, 2020. The following season’s shooting started on January 25, 2021, and ended on April 15, 2021. The main star, Nathan Brown (played by Robbie Amell), took Instagram to share the news with his fans.
However, in the case of a science fiction film like this one, post-production takes quite a longer time than usual. As a consequence, the second chapter of the series may take a little longer to come on the streaming platform.
Predictions for Season 2’s official release
There are no indications as to when the season will be available on Amazon Prime Video. It is possible that the program will premiere in early 2022.
Amazon, on the other hand, will have to think carefully about upcoming releases. A number of Amazon series have completed shooting and are now in post-production, and the Wilds, Carnival Row, and The Boys are just a few examples.
Amazon is unlikely to reveal everything at once, and it needs to spread out the available material, which might cause some of our favorite programs to be delayed. This might suggest that Upload Season 2 would not start until May or June 2022. It will, however, rely on what is ready immediately.
We are eagerly anticipating the second season. After the first season, there were a lot of unanswered questions, and we are hopeful the second season will provide some answers.
Season 2 cast of Upload
We predict the same crew for season two, as none of the characters are allowed to be ‘killed off.’ As per radiotimes.com, The following are the characters who appeared in most of the first season’s episodes and are expected to return.
- Robbie Amell in the role of Nathan
- Andy Allo in the role of Nora
- Allegra Edwards in the role of Ingrid
- Zainab Johnson in the role of Aleesha
- Andrea Rosen in the role of Lucy
- Kevin Bigley in the role of Luke
- Owen Daniels in the role of AI Guy
- Josh Banday in the role of Ivan Spelich
- Jordan Johnson-Hinds in the role of Jamie
- Chris Williams in the role of Dave Antony
- Jessica Tuck in the role of Viv
- Andy Thompson in the role of Professor
- William B. Davis in the role of David Choak
- Matt Ward in the role of Byron
- Yvetta Fisher in the role of Batia
- Elizabeth Bowen in the role of Fran Booth
- Rhys Slack in the role of Dylan
- Barclay Hope in the role of Oliver Kannerman
- Hilary Jardine in the role of Mildred
- Scott Patey in the role of Josh Pitzer
- Julian Christopher in the role of Ernie
- Christine Ko in the role of Mandy
- Chloe Coleman in the role of Nevaeh
Meanwhile, the production has unveiled new additions such as Matteo, who is portrayed by Paulo Costanzo, and Tinsley, who Mackenzie Cardwell plays.
What is the plot of Upload Season 2?
At the first installment’s climax, we see that Nathan wakes up like the other inhabitants of Lake View. He remembers Ingrid’s father contacting him to buy his and Jamie’s software with the update, but Jamie refuses to give it. On the other hand, Nathan chooses to bypass Jamie and send the code to Ingrid’s father in return for some more cash. As the remembrance torments him, he realizes that he is the real villain, and he tries not to recall Nora.
Nora, on the other side, discovers Nathan’s attempt to deceive Jamie. Nathan walks inside the 2GB room, intending to contact Nora. He takes advantage of the news to tell her the reality: he recalls her but is hesitant to admit it. However, as someone visits Nora’s room, Nora and Nathan’s conversation is interrupted. Nathan utilized his computer skills to obtain access to surveillance cameras and help Nora flee.
Later, in an elevator, the pursuer is attacked. After telling her father about the incident, Nora approaches Nathan to profess her love for him. On the other side, Nathan has used up all of his information and is now awaiting a reply. Nora departs with Byron as Ingrid transfers herself to the digital afterlife. Ingrid gives Nathan an additional 1GB, but when he gets upset, he consumes it all in a matter of seconds, and the lights turn out.
In the second episode, the narrative picks up the events of the first episode quickly. Nathan’s premature death is the one obvious question that the show must answer. At the end of the first installment, you must understand that Nathan’s demise was not an accident. Ingrid’s uploading to Lake View might also signal that she has died in real life. As a consequence, further details about her death will be revealed during the season.
Nora’s father is still dubious about the upload, and he will almost definitely make a choice in one direction or another. We have observed Nathan’s cousin Fran conduct a comprehensive inquiry into Nathan’s demise because she believes it is unusual for a self-driving vehicle to fail. Her car, on the other hand, becomes ferocious and drifts off the road into the water. We do not know whether she is alive or dead, but Upload Season 2 should help us figure that out. Finally, the central pair, Nathan and Nora, must sort out their budding affection, and Ingrid’s presence will make Nathan’s work more difficult. As a consequence, there are a lot of riddles to uncover in the second season.