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High Fidelity Season 2 : Release Date, Cast, Plot and Will There Be a Season 2 of High Fidelity ??

Hulu’s original series, High Fidelity was just released on Valentine’s Day i.e. February 14, 2020. This American series is not your conventional comedy drama series. This series takes you on a ride of all your past relationships and the experience a person gains from them.

And the show has already gained some fan base. The show lovers are already anticipating when they can witness the season 2 again, and we have just the right news for you. Read to know more.

High Fidelity Season 2 : Release Date and Renewal Status

Hulu already announced that the show will be back for another heartfelt second season back in January 2020, a month prior to the official release of the series. This definitely shows how much of confidence and trust the network had on the show. And it proved them right.

The show released on Hulu with a total of 10 episodes, each having a approximately 30 minutes run time. Well, Hulu didn’t announced an official release date for season 2, but we can expect it to fall on the eve of Valentine’s Day 2021.

Cast of High Fidelity Season 2

Most of the cast from season 1 would be coming back to reprise their respective roles.

1. Zoë Kravitz as Robyn ‘Rob’ Brooks
2. David H. Holmes as Simon Miller
3. Kingsley Ben – Adir as Russell ‘Mac’ McCormack
4. Jake Lacy as Clyde
5. Da’Vine Joy Randolph as Cherise

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And there are speculations of new cast members to be added. We will have to wait and see who joins this season.

What to Expect in High Fidelity Season 2 ?

Rob (Zoë Kravitz) is a record store owner in the Crown Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn. She revisits her past relationships through music and pop culture while trying to get over her one true love.
Season 2 would see the growth and journey of Rob as a person. We can expect to see Rob and Mac’s relationship arch and maybe a new love interest.

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