The “High Fidelity” remake starring Zoe Kravitz has been cancelled after only one season on Hulu…
It appears Rob Brooks will have to keep looking for love in all the wrong places after “High Fidelity” was cancelled by Hulu on Wednesday.
The series starring Zoe Kravitz in the lead role based on the popular Nick Hornsby book of the same name was beloved by critics but apparently didn’t get enough traction with audiences for the streaming service to renew the series for a second season.
“High Fidelity” was a gender flipped version of the original story, which was also made into a movie in 2000 starring John Cusack as Rob Gordon in the lead role with Kravitz’s mother Lisa Bonet playing a major part in that movie as well. In the TV version, Rob is played by Kravitz as she navigates her messy dating life after a bad breakup with her long term boyfriend.
The series took place in Brooklyn, New York and the half-hour episodes made for a quick watch through the first season after debuting on Hulu earlier this year.
After news of the cancellation was made public, Kravitz took to Instagram to pay homage to the cast and crew that made “High Fidelity” along with the hash tag “break ups suck.”
The first and only season of the show remains available to watch on Hulu — and it’s highly recommended viewing!