Hulu-TV Series (2020)
“High Fidelity,” starring Zoe Kravitz, was canceled by Hulu after its first season. The series was a modern remake of the 2000 film, played by John Cusack as Kravitz. Kravitz stars as Rob, the pop culture obsessed owner of a record shop. Jake Lacy, Da’Vine Joy Randolph and David H. Holmes are other names who share important roles.
The TV series was created by Veronica West and Sarah Kucserka. Kravitz and Josh Appelbaum were executive producers with Andre Nemec, Jeff Pinkner and Scott Rosenberg from Midnight Radio. Originally ordered a series more than two years ago, “High Fidelity” was originally being developed as a Disney Plus show. However, Disney moved to Hulu in April 2019 after taking control of the rival platform.
This project is not the Kravitz Family’s first High Fidelity adventure. Zoe’s mother, Lisa Bonet, starred alongside John Cusack in the film version and played Marie DeSalle, Cusack’s ex-girlfriend. In June, Kravitz told Variety that he would be happy to do a second season and told Variety that the characters of the series had a lot more to discover, but cancellation had not yet been made. “I think the show has a lot of potential,” says Kravitz. I think there is a lot more to do for everyone and more problems to go into. There are so many places we can go and I would love to go there. “
High Fidelity, which premiered on February 14, 2020, received positive reviews from critics and audiences. It actually achieved good results on sites with a scoring system. Hulu canceled the series despite this situation.