Upload Season 3 is not coming in February 2023
We won’t have to wait as long for Upload Season 3 as we did for Season 2, but the wait continues for now. The series is not on the February list.
We had to wait almost two years for Upload Season 2. Part of that was due to the pandemic, but this is also a show that has a very long post-production work. Those graphics take time! The good news is we shouldn’t have to wait as long for the third season thanks to filming getting started quickly.
That doesn’t mean we’re getting Upload Season 3 just yet. The show isn’t arriving on Prime Video in February, and we didn’t really expect it. After all, Amazon is going to make some noise about this series when it’s ready.
When will Upload Season 3 come to Prime Video?
So, how long will we need to wait for the episodes? There are still a lot of questions about this. The good news is production came to an end in November. With filming only starting in August, we are concerned about the number of episodes in the season. Does this mean we’ll only get seven episodes again? The shorter season was the biggest complaint about Season 2.
Post-production has started, and this could take about 11 months if Season 2 is anything to base on. That suggests that we could see Upload Season 3 around October 2023. We’ll certainly take an 18-month wait instead of a two-year wait.
The third season will pick up with the cliffhangers at the end of the second season. We found out that Ingrid was finding a way to regrow Nathan’s head and download him back into his body. This was useful when Nora needed to find a way to get Nathan out of the digital world to prevent the release of the free digital worlds to change politics as a whole.
However, Nathan knew that he may only have 24 hours. He had a nosebleed at the end of the second season, suggesting that he will die. The good news is his digital avatar was rebooted as the assumption was that he fell into one of the digital voids. So, at least he’ll be put back into the digital world but without any of the memories of when he was in the real world.
Upload is available to stream on Prime Video.