High Fidelity Reboot Canceled By Hulu

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The Zoë Kravitz-starring TV sequence ends after one season

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Zoë Kravitz as Rob Brooks in HIGH FIDELITY’s “Top Five Heartbreaks” (Phillip Caruso/Hulu)

The Zoë Kravitz-starring TV reboot of High Fidelity has been canceled after one season by Hulu, Variety reports. The present, primarily based on Nick Hornby’s 1995 novel, aired in its entirety earlier this 12 months and featured Kravitz within the lead position as Rob. John Cusack performed the half within the 2000 movie. The sequence additionally starred Da’Vine Joy Randolph, David H. Holmes, Jake Lacy, and Kingsley Ben-Adir.

After the present was initially introduced in 2018, Cusack offered some criticism on social media. “They want to brand their thing with our thing—they’ll fuck it up,” he wrote. “The woman part seems good / the rest not so much—but it’s Nick’s book hope at least he’s involved—if he’s not—it’ll suck.”

Read Pitchfork’s overview of the sequence, “We Didn’t Need the High Fidelity TV Show.”



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