Floorlan views only look down.
Ceiling Plan views only look up.
The linetype called Overhead
The 'Top Range' of the View Range dialog box is only there to establish how high the 'Cut Plan' can go. Again, Revit will not detect things overhead.
The 'Structural' View Templates set the View Range a little lower but still will not show overhead lines automatically. It will also change the look of the beam lines.
So, here's one workaround:
1. Make a Beam Line Style...
Manage-Settings-Line Styles-Modify Subcategories-New-Call it Overhead Beams-Set the Line Pattern and Line Weight as desired.
2. Temporarily set View Range...
View Properties-View Range-Top Range-Set it above your beam height-Cut Plan-Set it above your beam height.
3. Temporarily change your Detail Level to Fine. This is so you can see the 3D beams.
4. Use the Annotate-Detail Line Tool to draw a line beside the 3D beam using the 'Overhead Beams' Line Style.
5. Use the Align tool to align your line to the middle of the 3D beam. Click the Lock so it is closed.
6. Change your View Range back to normal.
This will line will stay (mostly) connected with the 3D beam. This technique can be used for balconies above, floorplates above, roof overhangs etc.
Please note that there is a bug involving sloping beams and beam systems showing up even when above. Autodesk will be fixing this so I wouldn't use it.