Mohonk Mountain House Appears in Amazon Prime Upload Series

Mohonk Mountain House Appears in Amazon Prime Upload Series
Mohonk Mountain House Appears in Amazon Prime Upload Series

NEW PALTZ, N.Y. - The exterior of Mohonk Mountain House has set the scene for a new Amazon Prime series called "Upload", which will begin airing from Friday 1 May.

According to a press release by the Hudson Valley Film Commission, the 10-part series uses the exterior of Mohonk Mountain House. The series was produced by Greg Daniels from "The Office" and starring Robbie Amell and Andy Alo. Filming took place on location in November 2017, the commission said.

According to the statement, in October 2017, the project location managers approached the Film Commission about the "future life" scenes on the show. The statement said the commission had also referred to several local crew members as to "what the production of the bottom plate was essentially."

The Mohonk Mountain House is a national treasure, so it's not surprising that the productions want to film there, "said film commission director Laurent Rizzo in a statement." It is as delightful and picturesque on screen as it is in real life. "He said that even though the Amazon Prime series uses many post-production special effects," the magic of the film is such as "stems from the location."

The "Upload" trailer contains several clips of Mohonk Mountain House. Founded by the Smiley family in 1869, the Victorian palace complex is surrounded by 40,000 acres of forest.

In "Upload", Amell plays the role of Nathan Brown, who digitally uploads to virtual reality after his car accident. Allo plays the role of Nora Antony, a customer service representative for Digital Beyond "Lakeview".

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