It’s basically the new Black Mirror! Upload on Amazon Prime is giving subscribers the inside look at what a man-made afterlife could be like and they’re obsessed. Released on May 1, the streaming service’s newest sci-fi series has been getting all the hype from viewers.\nThe 10 episode show stars Canadian Robbie Amell as LA native Nathan. In the year 2033, a tech company has made it possible to upload your consciousness into a computerized afterlife to become virtually immortal.\nAfter suffering fatal injuries in a car accident, Nathan agrees to be uploaded permanently. However, he soon realizes that the perfect afterlife isn’t actually all it’s cut out to be.\nThe series that was previously compared to hits like Black Mirror and The Good Place, is making a name of its own.\nUpload has racked up an impressive 95% audience rating on Rotten Tomatoes and an equally impressive 91% on Google.\nView this post on Instagram Upload - streaming everywhere tomorrow on Amazon Prime Video. A post shared by Robbie Amell (@robbieamell) on Apr 30, 2020 at 11:00am PDT\nViewers have also been using Google to praise the show with their reviews describing it as, “hard-hitting,” “brilliant,” and even “one of the best tv debuts in 2020.”\nWhen you look at the previous shows co-creator Greg Daniels has written for, the success of Upload might not come as much of a surprise.\nHis resume includes series like The Simpsons, Parks & Recreation, Saturday Night Live, and even The Office.\nView this post on Instagram Upload! Streaming everywhere now! Only on Amazon Prime Video. A post shared by Robbie Amell (@robbieamell) on Apr 30, 2020 at 7:14pm PDT\nJust like those comedies, Amell told TV Insider, that despite the show’s technological vibes, viewers are still in for a good laugh.\nIf you’ve already binged your way through the afterlife and are looking for more Amell, you can check out his new superhero series Code 8 on Quibi.\nAll 10 episodes of Upload are currently streaming on Amazon Prime Video. You can watch the full trailer below.