Uploading is back on Prime Video for its third season, this time streaming two episodes at a time each week. This science fiction comedy drama tells the story of a young man named Nathan (Robbie Amell), who tragically died in a car accident. But before his life expires, his consciousness is uploaded to a luxurious afterlife community by his obsessive girlfriend, who now has control over his happiness.
Whether you’ve already watched the previous seasons, or are currently watching season 3, you can satisfy your need for similar stories with these five shows to watch if you want Uploading.
Note: This article contains some spoilers for the shows on our list.
Mrs. Davis (2023)
A refreshing and thought-provoking look at AI concepts, Mrs. Davis is about a future world where the AI of the title has taken over. Everyone listened to his commands through small earbuds and did whatever he told them to do. They all follow blindly — except for a nun named Sister Simone (Betty Gilpin) and the members of a small resistance group she encounters.
The story has elements of science fiction mixed with comedy and drama Uploading. These stories are also a parody of our real-life obsession with technology and AI. This is the next amazing watch that fans will love Uploading will love. With no plans for a second season, it’s also a quick and satisfying watch.
Small river Mrs. Davis on Peacock.
Street 5 perhaps not the huge success one would have hoped given the talented cast like Hugh Laurie, Josh Gad, Zach Woods, and Lenora Crichlow. But it’s really silly fun with a lot of toilet humor (sometimes literally), a ridiculous storyline, and a similar combination of sci-fi and comedy. Uploading. Also set in the future, the story follows the interplanetary cruise ship of clueless billionaire Herman Judd (Gad). When an accident occurs on the ship and the chief engineer is killed, they veer off course and a sad realization occurs. No one on the ship really knows how to fly the ship, including the captain, Ryan Clark (Laurie). They are all just paid actors. The only person who knows anything is second engineer Billie (Crichlow), but no one listens to her.
Guests grew increasingly frightened and food and water became scarce. Those in charge and on the ground are frantically trying to figure out how to survive for the next 3, 5, maybe even 10 years until they get back on track with Earth. Of course, hilarity ensues. The guests may still be alive, but their days may be numbered.
Small river Street 5 on Max.
Another series that takes place in the afterlife, A great place starring Kristen Bell as Eleanor, a woman who was less than perfect while on Earth. But due to a clerical error at the time of his death, he was accidentally sent to the Good Place, a Heaven-like oasis for good and honorable people. While there, he tries to hide his true nature, and perhaps even becomes a better person in the process, someone worthy of acceptance. But old habits die hard.
The series also stars Ted Danson as Michael, the architect of the afterlife. There’s the same humor, themes, and eclectic mix of characters A great place that fans know and love Uploading. The story focuses less on science fiction and AI elements, but also explores themes of how we live and what happens after we die.
Small river A great place on Netflix.
The series came and went so quickly that many have forgotten about it Living with Yourself, which stars Paul Rudd in a dual role. He is Miles, a copywriter who cannot shake his deep unhappiness with life. When he discovers a clinic offering a mysterious treatment that promises a better life, he thinks he has found the answer. Instead, he is faced with a clone who is much more optimistic, confident, and happy to take charge of his life, including hanging around with Miles’ wife.
Living With Yourself explores the concept of technology and AI in a unique, slightly different way Uploading. With the second season finale Uploading seeing Nathan downloaded into a clone body so he can re-enter the human world, these two stories are more similar than you might think.
Small river Living With Yourself on Netflix.
Rather than focusing on dead humans passing on to the afterlife, Western World dealing with a sentient AI made to be indistinguishable from humans. These android hosts work at an adult theme park called Westworld, where the wealthy elite can pay to play and live out their wildest fantasies.
Western World much more evil than Uploading. But fans Uploading will love how this show takes things to another level. In subsequent seasons, the androids fight back, enter civilian life, and try to get answers to the questions that bother them. What’s driving it all, it’s eventually revealed, is a machine called Rehoboam that not only manipulates the androids, but, it turns out, uses data obtained from unsuspecting human guests to manipulate them and also predict their life paths. If you want to dive into the same sci-fi and AI themes in a deeper and darker way, Western World is a good place to do it.