‘High Fidelity’ Canceled After One Season at Hulu

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High Fidelity fans, Rob’s record store is officially closed for business.

After one successful season that first aired earlier this year, Hulu has decided to cancel High Fidelity. Based on Nick Hornby’s 1995 novel, the book produced two adaptations. The first was the 2000s film of the same name, which followed the character Rob, a record store owner who struggles romantically.

What made Hulu’s reimagining so special was the fact that the main character, Rob, was gender-swapped as a biracial, bisexual woman. Zoë Kravitz starred in the show as well as executively produced all 10 episodes of the season. Focusing on important themes such as the struggles of adulthood, love, and friendship as well as having an impeccable music selection — we are sad to see it go.

Season one of High Fidelity is still available to stream on Hulu.

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