Hulu Canceled High Fidelity Just After A Season! – Read About The Reason And Other Updates.
Hulu’s original, High Fidelity is an American rom-com Tv series. The show premiered back in February this year. However, unluckily, the show is canceled for a reason 2. However, season 1 was a major hit especially for music lovers. High Fidelity was a musical drama show based on the novel by Nick Hornby. The fans were anticipating season 2 eagerly, but, sadly, things weren’t in our favor. The show was produced by Andreinne Ericson and Raymond Quinlan. The news of the cancelation was made in August, and fans are still wondering ‘why’ it happened.
So, without waiting further, let’s go ahead and get to know more about the show:
High Fidelity Season 2: Canceled? Reason?
Even though the show recieved positive remarks from the critics and audience, the reason for its cancelation is still a mystery. Moreover, Hulu has not renewed the show and didn’t even consider the huge fanbase of the show. We’re still in hope that Hulu will renew the show someday in the future.
Meanwhile, according to sources, the decision about canceling the show was very hard for the creators. This conclusion was made after lengthy deliberations, according to reports—the show, which was a huge success and had a massive star cast had internal support from Hulu. And, Hulu even tried to ponder a potential renew, with the signature of a sibling, ABC. It extended the options on the cast by a month to fit in with that.
In the end, the streamer went with not continuing the series. Also, the show to find another network feels like a long shot at the moment.
Two shows based on movies were released on Hulu this year, High Fidelity and Love, Victor. Where High Fidelity doesn’t see the green light shining for it, Love, Factor, has a chance for a possible renewal.
High Fidelity: Story And Cast
High Fidelity spins around a record store owner, Rob, Brooklyn neighborhood of Crown Heights who has very bad luck in relationships. And, so, she stars revisiting all those past relationships and encounters while narrating the show while trying to get over his one true love. She embarks on this journey with her friends and daily visitors and of course, with great music.
The show stars, Zoe Kravitz (as Rob), Jake Clyde (as Lacey), Da’Vine Joy Randolph (as Cherise), David H. Holmes (as Simon), and Edmund Donovan (as Blake). Also, Kingsley Ben-Adir (as Russell “Macintosh” McCormack), Rainbow Sun Francks (as Cameron Brooks), and Nadine Malouf (as Nikki Brooks) starred in the show.