In 2033, people who are near death can be “uploaded” into virtual reality hotels run by 6 tech firms. Cash-strapped Nora lives in Brooklyn and works customer service for the luxurious “Lakeview” digital afterlife. When L.A. party-boy/coder Nathan’s self-driving car crashes, his high-maintenance girlfriend uploads him permanently into Nora’s VR world.
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Nathan’s restored memories and shifting emotional allegiances put Nora in physical danger.
The episode was rated 7,85 from 1266 votes.
The Uploads are looking forward to the improvements in the new Lakeview Operating System. Nathan and Nora stay up late to recover Nathan’s missing memories.
The episode was rated 7,68 from 1188 votes.
After a surprising revelation, Nathan shops for a new digital after-life. Nora travels to LA to help Ingrid stop him from leaving Lakeview.
The episode was rated 7,64 from 1208 votes.
Nora tries to get her ratings up, so her boss will approve her dad’s upload loan. Nathan acclimates to his new world with the help of a Lakeview therapist.
The episode was rated 7,60 from 1437 votes.
Nathan is thrown when Nora goes on a Nitely date. Ingrid invites Nathan’s niece for a sleepover. Nathan and Nora suspect his damaged memories may lead to a greater conspiracy. Luke gets into a fight with Aleesha.
The episode was rated 7,59 from 1215 votes.
Nora’s Dad’s vape lung worsens while Nathan, his friend Luke, and Dylan, an uploaded teen whose body is not keeping up with his age, visit a hacker’s market in cyberspace.
The episode was rated 7,59 from 1249 votes.
Nathan takes Nora’s dad on a do-or-die upload decision tour, but things go awry when Luddites sabotage Lakeview. Nora does some sleuthing on Lucy’s computer in the confusion.
The episode was rated 7,58 from 1235 votes.
Nora rallies the support of unlikely allies and Hyperloops to LA. Meanwhile, the issues in Nathan's personal life come to a head
The episode was rated 7,56 from 285 votes.
Nathan and Nora race to stop a potentially dangerous technological advance. Luke boycotts sleep when he finds Horizen is profiting from his dreams, as Aleesha continues to rise in the Horizen hierarchy. Ingrid is tempted by a new tech offering: digital babies.
The episode was rated 7,51 from 302 votes.
After a self-driving car crash, Nathan is uploaded to Lakeview, his girlfriend’s family’s digital after-life, where he meets his customer service rep, Nora.
The episode was rated 7,51 from 1621 votes.
Nora thinks she may have misjudged Nathan. Nathan and his girlfriend Ingrid are interviewed about the challenges of romance between a living person and an Upload.
The episode was rated 7,50 from 1306 votes.
Frustrated with the inequities at Lakeview, Nathan and Luke decide to redistribute some wealth with Ingrid's unwitting help. Nora undertakes a secretive mission.
The episode was rated 7,48 from 381 votes.
Nora and Aleesha pursue the mystery into New York City with Nathan and Luke along on screens. Ingrid receives unexpected visitors.
The episode was rated 7,41 from 301 votes.
Scientists attempt to download a consciousness back into a clone body. Nathan attends his own funeral and Nora uncovers a mystery surrounding his death.
The episode was rated 7,39 from 1343 votes.
Nora's loyalties are stressed as she is called upon to take revolutionary action. Nathan's visiting family prompts him to consider what he wants out of his afterlife. Luke invents a new sport.
The episode was rated 7,38 from 333 votes.
At a status-obsessed dinner, Nathan faces ghosts from his past. Nora flexes her programming skills as she steps into activism.
The episode was rated 7,31 from 414 votes.
While living with Ingrid, Nathan searches for Nora, who has fled of the grid.
The episode was rated 7,09 from 515 votes.
Letzte Aktualisierung: Feb 10, 2023
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