High Fidelity stars Zoë Kravitz in a gender-switched adaptation of Nick Hornby’s bestselling book, playing a record store owner, Rob, who is suffering over a bad breakup.
Although the Hulu series was cancelled after only one season, it received positive reviews, with particular praise for Kravitz’s lead performance – and from September 2020, viewers in the UK can now watch the series in full.
Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch High Fidelity in the UK.
How can I watch High Fidelity on TV?
High Fidelity is coming to STARZPLAY in the UK, meaning you’ll now be able to watch the Hulu adaptation of High Fidelity.
The series is premiering on Starzplay on Thursday 10th September, with episodes released weekly.
You can sign up for a free trial with Hulu here, with subscriptions plans for as little as $5.99 a month.
What is High Fidelity about?
Zoë Kravitz plays Rob, a record store owner who resists her old romances via music and pop culture, as she gets back in touch with five old flames to discover where she went wrong with love and relationships.
The ten-part series is inspired by Nick Hornby’s bestseller, and Kravitz plays the gender-flipped version of the character played by John Cusack in the 2000 film of the same name.
Like the film, Kravitz’s Rob frequently breaks the fourth wall as she addresses the viewer and introduces them to her store, her eccentric co-workers (Da’Vine Joy Randolph as Cherise, and David H. Holmes as Simon), and her old loves.
High Fidelity trailer
You can watch the Hulu trailer for High Fidelity here.
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