Noah Robbins, Teddy Cañez besides others in the Cast of ‘Up Here’

Noah Robbins is to star in the upcoming series Up Here alongside Teddy Cañez! The Hulu comedy series starring Mae Whitman (Good Girls) and Carlos Valdes (Gaslit) has completed casting on several of the leading and recurring roles. Catch up on all the details below!

Noah Robbins to star opposite Teddy Cañez in the upcoming Hulu series “Up Here.”

The series Up Here received an eight-episode order at Hulu back in January. It is described as a musical romantic comedy set in New York City in the waning days of 1999. 

As for the plot, it follows the extraordinary story of one ordinary couple, as they fall in love. However, they discover that the single greatest obstacle to finding happiness together might just be themselves – and the treacherous world of memories, obsessions, fears, and fantasies that lives inside their heads. 

The musical romantic comedy from 20th Television and Old 320 Sycamore Prods. is set in New York City in 1999 and follows an ordinary couple as they fall in love while discovering the single greatest obstacle to finding happiness together might just be themselves. Original songs for the series are from Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez.

Up Here Cast 

Series regulars include Katie Finneran (The Gilded Age) as Joan, the unfailingly proper, appearance-fixated mother of Lindsay; John Hodgman (Blindspot) as Tom, Lindsay’s danger-obsessed father and chief coroner of Chittenden County, Va.; Andréa Burns (West Side Story) as Rosie, Miguel’s mother; Sophia Hammons (Under Wraps) as Celeste, Lindsay’s rule-following, risk averse best friend from seventh grade; and newcomer Emilia Suárez as Renee, the queen bee of Miguel’s high school.

Recurring characters are Ned (The Resident‘s George Hampe), Lindsay’s sweet, small town Vermont pediatric dentist boyfriend; Fiona (Women of the Movement‘s Julia McDermott), Miguel’s sharp and acerbic video game project manager girlfriend; Orson (Friday Night Lights‘ Scott Porter), the supremely self-confident and self-important private equity manager who destroyed Miguel’s life; Marta (The Falling World‘s Ayumi Patterson), Lindsay’s sophisticated and not entirely trustworthy New York City roommate; and Ted aka Mr. McGooch (tick, tick, BOOM‘s Brian Stokes Mitchell), a beloved author and illustrator, whose classic children’s books were a fixture of Lindsay’s youth.


Levenson will serve as showrunner, while Anderson-Lopez and Lopez will write original songs for the series. Thomas Kail, who previously directed Broadway shows like “Hamilton” and “In the Heights,” will direct and executive produce under his Old 320 Sycamore Productions banner. Jennifer Todd of Old 320 Sycamore will also executive produce. Erica Kay will be the co-executive producer. 20th Television is the studio. Old 320 Sycamore is currently under an overall deal at the studio. 

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