HIGH FIDELITY: When is the new series on #Hulu? And how many episodes are in ...

HIGH FIDELITY is a brand new romantic comedy series on streaming service Hulu. But when does the show come out?

PUBLISHED: 14:59, Fri, Feb 14, 2020 | UPDATED: 15:11, Fri, Feb 14, 2020

Hulu will be releasing High Fidelity which has been inspired by the noughties film of the same name which starred John Cussack and Jack Black. The series will follow the same premises of a record shop owner revisiting their past relationships. Here’s everything you need to know about watching High Fidelity.

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In the original film, Rob Gordon was played by Cussack.

But in a new twist, the main protagonist in the Hulu series is Rob - short for Robin (played by Zoe Kravitz).

The show will follow Robin as she takes a trip down memory lane with her ex-boyfriends and one ex-girlfriend.

The show will follow her journey as she tries to figure out where she went wrong in every relationship and how she can move on from her past mistakes in order to rebuild her life, both personally and career wise.

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High Fidelity HuluWhen is High Fidelity out on Hulu? (Image: Hulu)

High Fidelity HuluRob in High Fidelity is a record shop owner. (Image: Hulu)

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When does High Fidelity come out?

Thankfully, there is no need to wait any longer to catch up on the new series High Fidelity.

The series was released today, Friday, February 14, on streaming service Hulu.

So fans will be able to binge-watch the entirety of the series over the Valentine’s Day weekend.

However, you will only be able to watch the season if you’re a Hulu subscriber.

High Fidelity HuluAfter she once again is single, Rob decides to revisit her past relationships (Image: Hulu)

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