Siddhartha Khosla has signed on to score the upcoming Hulu limited series Looking for Alaska. The show is based on the novel of the same title by John Green (The Fault in Our Stars, Paper Towns) and stars Kristine Froseth and Charlie Plummer. The drama follows a teenager as he enrolls in boarding school, where falls in love with a girl, and after her unexpected death, he and his close friends attempt to uncover the truth behind her death and make sense of it. Josh Schwartz & Stephanie Savage (The O.C., Gossip Girl) are producing the project with Green, Jessica Tuchinsky (500 Days of Summer), Mark Waters (Mean Girls, Freaky Friday), Marty Bowen (The Maze Runner, Dear John) and Isaac Klausner (First Man, Love, Simon). Khosla has previously scored the first two season of the Schwartz- & Savage-produced Hulu/Marvel series Runaways. Looking for Alaska is expected to premiere later this year on Hulu.

In related news, ASCAP, the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, today announced that Khosla has chosen ASCAP for representation of public performances of his extensive music repertoire. The composer also continues to score NBC’s This Is Us, which currently airs in its third season Tuesday nights and recently co-wrote the original song Invisible Ink performed by Mandy Moore for the show’s current season. He is also scoring ABC’s The Kids Are Alright, which also airs Tuesday nights and also the Netflix original movie Beats starring Anthony Anderson & Uzo Aduba coming up.