How To Watch “Up Here”
The newest musical comedy series, “Up Here”, is hitting Disney’s streaming services this spring and is brand a musical romantic comedy set in New York City in the waning days of 1999, following the extraordinary story of one ordinary couple, as they fall in love – and 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.
Who Stars In “Up Here”?
“Up Here” stars Mae Whitman, Carlos Valdes, Katie Finneran, Sophia Hammons, Emilia Suárez, Andréa Burns, John Hodgman, and Scott Porter.
Who Created “Up Here”?
“Up Here” is written by Steven Levenson (“tick, tick…BOOM!”, “Dear Evan Hansen”) and Danielle Sanchez-Witzel (“The Carmichael Show”) with songwriting duo Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez (“Frozen,” “WandaVision”) writing original songs. “Hamilton’s” Thomas Kail directs and executive produces the series alongside Levenson, Sanchez-Witzel, Anderson-Lopez, Lopez, and Jennifer Todd. 20th Television serves as the production company alongside Kail’s Old 320 Sycamore Productions.
How To Watch Up Here
The brand-new musical comedy from 20th Television will be released exclusively on Hulu in the United States, on Star+ in Latin American and on Disney+ around the world, including in Canada, Australia and the United Kingdom. So it won’t be available on other streaming services like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video or HBO Max.
To watch this series in the United States, you can watch “Up Here” on Hulu.
While around the world, “Up Here” will be available on Disney+, which is the dedicated streaming home for movies and shows from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, and National Geographic, along with The Simpsons and much more. In select international markets, it also includes the general entertainment content brand, Star.
Disney+ is currently available in more than 150 markets across North America, Europe, Asia/Pacific, Africa, and Latin America.
To watch Disney+, you’ll need to download the app on a supported device such as a Smart TV, Mobile Phone, Playstation, Xbox or on a dedicated streaming device like a Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, Apple TV, or Sky Q. You can sign up on DisneyPlus.com from a web browser on your desktop or mobile device, or by downloading the Disney+ app.
How Many Episodes Are In ‘Up Here’?
There will be eight episodes of Up Here”, with the first episode being released on Disney+ on Friday, 24th March 2023
When Will New “Up Here” Episodes Be Released On Disney+?
The entire season of “Up Here” will be released on Friday, 24th March 2023.
What Time Will “Up Here” Be Released On Disney+
Disney+ updates on Wednesdays at the following times:
- Pacific Time: 00:00 AM / Midnight
- Eastern Time: 03:00 AM
- UK: 08:00 AM
- Sydney, Australia – 19:00 PM
Sometimes episodes can arrive a few minutes later as the servers update. The Disney+ front page usually updates about an hour later.
Can You Stream ‘Up Here’ For Free?
In the United States, you can watch “Up Here” on Hulu, which does offer a free trial to new and eligible returning subscribers. During your free trial period, you’ll get the full Hulu experience of your choosing, just like any other paid subscriber would.
In order to start streaming, you’ll need to sign up first. We do require payment details upfront, but you won’t be charged until the end of your trial period. Having this information on file helps to create a seamless transition into a paid subscription if you choose to stick around. The length of your free trial period depends on the subscription that you’re signing up for. Trial lengths for Hulu plans and add-ons are subject to change and don’t reflect any special promotional offers.
Internationally, you’ll will need a Disney+ subscription to watch “Up Here”, and unfortunately, Disney+ doesn’t offer a free trial. But if you do sign up for a monthly subscription, you can unsubscribe after a month, or when the series ends.
Is “Up Here” on Netflix?
This Up Here is made by 20th Television exclusively for its streaming services, including Hulu, Star+ and Disney+, so it will not be available on Netflix, HBO Max, or Amazon .
Are you looking forward to watching “Up Here”?