‘High Fidelity’ Canceled by Hulu After 1 Season

‘High Fidelity’ Canceled by Hulu After 1 Season
Hulu has opted against a second season of its “High Fidelity” remake, canceling the Zoe Kravitz-led series after only one season.

The series, an adaption of Nick Hornsby’s novel of the same name, featured Kravitz in the lead role of Rob, who was a man in both the book and the 2000 film starring John Cusack.

High Fidelity” was originally developed for Disney+ but was rerouted to Hulu due the show’s more mature content. “High Fidelity” was from writers Veronica West and Sarah Kucserka and is an ABC Signature Studios production.

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The show also starred Jake Lacy, Da’Vine Joy Randolph, and David H. Holmes with recurring appearances by Kingsley Ben-Adir, Rainbow Sun Francks, Nadine Malouf and Edmund Donovan.

High Fidelity” follows Rob, a struggling record store owner in the process of self
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