Saturday, March 21, 2020

ROBBIE AMELL UPLOADS HIMSELF INTO A VIRTUAL AFTERLIFE IN AMAZON PRIME NEW SF COMEDY SERIES UPLOAD

     'UPLOAD' TRAILER
LIVE UR BEST DIGITAL AFTERLIFE
Here's another thing you can watch on streaming services during the corona isolation. New science fiction comedy series UPLOAD will start
Upload is streaming from May 1st at Amazon
streaming May 1st at Amazon Prime with Robbie Amell toplining the cast

The Story Of Upload
is set in the near future where humans are able to 'upload' themselves into their preferred choice of afterlife, in the form of virtual reality environments. When party boy Nathan (Robbie Amell) meets his early death in a car crash his girlfriend uploads him into the virtual world at the luxurious “Lakeview” digital afterlife where he is greeted by customer service clerk Nora (Andy Allo) in his version of heaven.
The new series was created by Greg Daniels
The series follows the two as Nathan grows accustomed to life away from his loved ones, and the alive and cash stripped Nora struggles to stay afloat working her job alongside Nathan in the afterlife.

16 comments:

  1. Looks a little odd, but I'd give it an episode or two to see if it will stick.

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  2. Quite interesting, have a lovely weekend!

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  3. I agree that this is a little odd, but it sounds like something I'd watch for background noise while cooking or something. UGH, are you saying that we'll be isolated until 5/1????? Please, no..

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    1. We will live like this at least till mid June, deary, and that only if we're lucky enough as the Chinese, which we aren't, as they were much more strict and managed to contain the epidemic thanks to it. Germans say it could last for two years. Trump said till August at least.

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    2. Definitely June at the earliest. All of my medical appointments have been cancelled until then. They told me to call back in late May to reschedule for June or later. I'm glad I got my MRI the week before everything went haywire, but I'm a little upset over not getting my colonoscopy any time soon. I was due for one in December but they couldn't get me in until March. Now who knows how long it's going to take to get another appointment when things start getting back to normal.

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    3. My personal opinion is that June or July is extremely optimistic, but maybe a cure suddenly appears out of nowhere. They're giving our patients here that medicine for malaria and it seems to work, but it is not a vaccine.

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  4. Sounds interesting to me and the Amell bros are eye-candy so, that's a plus! I'll take a look at the trailer right now.

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  5. Interesting concept which could be feasible in the future? Haha if we could only upload corona virus to somewhere virtual and leave the earth. Will check this one out :)

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    1. Everything will be possible in the future, I suppose.

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