Rob’s record shop is closed completely: Hulu has terminated High Fidelity after simply one period, our sister website Deadline reports.
The choice was apparently not a very easy one, and the actors’s choices were prolonged an added month to enable even more deliberation, however Hulu ultimately chose not to go on with a second period. The possibilities of the show finding another house are “taken into consideration a slim chance,” per Deadline.
Zoë Kravitz starred as Rob, a quirky Brooklyn record shopkeeper that obsessed over her unsuccessful enchanting relationships as high as she obsessed over music. (The collection was an adaptation of the Nick Hornby story that influenced a 2000 movie starring John Cusack.) David H. Holmes as well as Da’Vine Joy Randolph co-starred as Rob’s coworkers Simon and Cherise, with Kingsley Ben-Adir playing Rob’s newest ex Mac and Jake Lacy playing her brand-new love passion Clyde.
High Fidelity debuted on Hulu in February, with all ten episodes striking the banner at the same time. Evaluations were strong: Our own B+ review called it “a solid cover that increases on the initial, with an enchanting lead performance from Zoë Kravitz.” The collection was initially created for Disney+ before moving over to Hulu.
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