Imagine it or no longer, in spite of presenting a terrifying image of the longer term, “Add” is actually pleasant. The primary season introduces app developer Nathan Brown (Robbie Amell), who hastily dies in a self-driving automobile incident and reveals himself “uploaded” right into a virtual afterlife. Because of his rich female friend Ingrid (Allegra Edwards), he can survive within the sumptuous digital fact of Lakeview, a unconditionally simple (learn: inevitably disastrous) state of affairs till he reveals himself falling in love along with his very alive customer support angel Nora (Andy Allo). Can love go beyond dying? That is simply one of the questions Nathan hopes to reply to, along side unraveling the grand conspiracy of the way he in fact died. Love triangles, miscommunication, and the entire issues that may pass fallacious in a romance completely do — however “Add” has that additional particular twist of going down in a dystopic long run with complicated era. Arrange like a sitcom, the sequence options increasingly more hilarious scenarios all whilst brooding about lifestyles’s greatest questions of dying, loss, and love towards all odds.
“Add” premiered again in 2020 and, as a result of the entire world pandemic state of affairs, returned for a 2nd season after a 22-month hiatus. Fortunately, the look forward to season 3 must be significantly shorter as a result of Greg Daniels and his writers were given again to paintings forward of the sequence renewal information. As Daniels stated to Collider previous within the yr, COVID-19 wasn’t the one reason why “Add” took its time to go back. Daniels defined, “such a lot visible results paintings makes the submit procedure very lengthy. So that they truly need to get on it so season 3 can occur as briefly as we will be able to make it occur.” It takes time to turn out to be Robbie Amell right into a Minecraft block guy, however no less than the visible gags make “Add” definitely worth the lengthy wait.
The primary two seasons of “Add” are to be had to flow on High Video.