The only music Zoe you will see on the TV screen from now on is Zoe and her exclusive playlist. Deadline reports that Hulu has critically canceled its famous series High fidelity after a season review of Nick Hornby’s 1995 novel and a film starring John Cusack, High fidelity plays Zoe Kravitz as Rob, a lover obsessed with musical millennia who works in a record store in fast-gentrifying Brooklyn, revising his first five heartbeats of all time. The executive product, produced by Kravitz, the series was originally developed for Disney + before moving away from the family-friendly streaming platform to Hulu due to its adult theme. The series parted with an impeccably curated soundtrack, a surprising episode on a bottle and an impressive, grounded performance by Kravitz. on Deadline the decision of revocation High fidelity it was obviously not easy and took place after “lengthy negotiations” involving Hulu and ABC Signature Studios. Along with the star Kravitz, High fidelity also stars Da’Vine Joy Randolph, David H. Holmes, Jake Lacy and Kingsley Ben-Adir. Unfortunately, fans will never know what’s going on with Rob and Clyde and Russell, Simon and his sweet boyfriend, and Cherry and her Johnny Mitchell are dating Prince, meeting 70’s Afro-Futurism funk. Sigh, at least we should hear Da’Vine Joy Randolph sing “I Believe” in the final moments of the show. Still, we’d like to go to a bar in Brooklyn with Rob right now and talk about how nasty it is.