Zoë Kravitz and her fellow cast and crew members of the TV series based on the Nick Hornby novel and film learned of the cancelation on Wednesday, reports Deadline. "The decision was not easy and came after lengthy deliberations, I hear," according to Deadline's Nellie Andreeva. "The show, which has been well received by critics and is headlined by a big star with a massive following in Kravitz, had internal support at Hulu, whose brass took extra time to mull a potential renewal, with sibling ABC Signature extending the options on the cast by a month to accommodate that. In the end, the streamer opted not to proceed with a second season. Finding another home for the show is considered a long shot, I hear." Andreeva adds: "High Fidelity was one of two series based on movies to launch on Hulu this year after being originally developed at Disney+. The other, Love, Victor, looks promising for a renewal."