"High Fidelity" is an American romantic comedy streaming television series directed by Veronica West and Sarah Kucserka.
The starring cast includes Zoë Kravitz as Robyn "Rob" Brooks, Jake Lacy as Clyde, Da'Vine Joy Randolph as Cherise, David H. Holmes as Simon, Kingsley Ben-Adir as Russell "Mac" McCormack, Rainbow Sun Francks as Cameron Brooks, Nadine Malouf as Nikki Brooks, Antonio Ortiz as Carlos, Edmund Donovan as Blake, Ivanna Sakhno as Kat Monroe and others.

Here are "High Fidelity" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.


Is there a trailer for High Fidelity TV series?

Hulu on Monday, March 16, 2020 released the trailer for "High Fidelity" you can watch here:
High Fidelity: Opening Scene • A Hulu Original.

Plot summary

What is High Fidelity TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "High Fidelity" TV series plot summary.

High Fidelity follows "the ultimate music fan, a record store owner who's obsessed with pop culture and Top Five lists" in the neighborhood of Crown Heights, Brooklyn.


Who plays who in the High Fidelity TV series cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of "High Fidelity" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Zoë Kravitz  as Robyn "Rob" Brooks the owner of Championship Vinyl
Jake Lacy  as Clyde
Da'Vine Joy Randolph  as Cherise an employee at Championship Vinyl and one of Rob's best friends
David H. Holmes  as Simon an employee at Championship Vinyl and Rob's other best friend
Kingsley Ben-Adir  as Russell "Mac" McCormack Rob's latest ex-boyfriend
Rainbow Sun Francks  as Cameron Brooks Rob's brother
Nadine Malouf  as Nikki Brooks Cameron's pregnant wife and Rob's sister-in-law
Antonio Ortiz  as Carlos a bodega cashier
Edmund Donovan  as Blake a bartender
Ivanna Sakhno  as Kat Monroe Rob's heartbreak story #2
Justin Silver  as Justin Kitt Rob's heartbreak story #4
Kevin Iso  as Lewis a friend of Rob, Simon, and Cherise
Thomas Doherty  as Liam Shawcross a young Scottish musician
Jeffrey Nordling  as Tim Parker a music enthusiast whose wife as secretly selling his vinyl collection
Debbie Harry  as Debbie Harry
Clark Furlong  as Kevin Bannister Rob's heartbreak story #1 when she was in middle school
Sydney Mae Diaz  as Shane and Peachy two aspiring musicians
Parker Posey  as Noreen Parker an Upper West artist
Jack Antonoff  as Jack Antonoff
Brian Silliman  as the Hammer an old friend of Rob and Cameron
Christian Coulson  as Benjamin Young a lawyer and Simon's on-again, off-again boyfriend
Kyoko Takenaka  as Shane and Peachy two aspiring musicians
Dana Drori  as Lily Mac's fiancée
Tara Summers  as Tanya Rob's first roommate, with whom she goes out on her 30th birthday
Fanyuma Camara  as Bartender
Mat Vairo  as Nick the Bartender
Chloe Fineman  as Clara
Jessica Hecht  as Rob's Mom
Regina Ohashi  as Wendy
Marion McCorry  as Deborah Bannister
Teresa Yenque  as Denise
Joseph Dellger  as Bartender Eddy
Brandon Ford Green  as Brad
Ben Jacobson  as Squid
Brian McCarthy  as Lionel
Melissa Walthour  as Frosé Customer
David Bluvband  as Awkward Customer
Neil D'Astolfo  as Perky Frosé Bartender
Norm Golden  as Uncle Morty
Jonathan Iglesias  as Rocker Dude
Max Schuster  as Wanna Be Guy
Gavin Maxwell Simmons  as Guitar Delivery Guy
Tim Singleton  as Tammy Spanx
Yuri Stevens  as Twelve-Year-Old Rob
Jordon Bolden  as Link
Beau Bourgeois  as Good-Looking Guy
Marie Faustin  as Host
Alyssa Kempinski  as Female Customer
Carissa Morrow  as Sugarbaby
Brandon T. Snider  as Bearded Guy
Darlesia Cearcy  as Dr. Okafor
Jonathan Gabriel Charles  as Turner
Ani Djirdjirian  as Birthday Girl
Janey Lv  as Fashion Girl
Nelson Peña  as Sammy
Jennifer Tsay  as Cool Chick
Chelsea Watts  as Morgan
Joe Apollonio  as Band Guy
Sam Falconi  as 20 Something Guy
Anthony Gusevich  as Dallas
Tirosh Schneider  as Lame Hipster
Noah Ricketts  as River
Allan K. Washington  as Attractive Guy
Lee Zarrett  as Nerdy Customer
Woody Lewis  as Skateboarder
Geeta Pereira  as Female Sales Clerk
Amelia Windom  as Girl
Derek Roché  as Cute Male Co-Worker
Robert G. Siveris  as Uber Driver


What are High Fidelity filming details?

"High Fidelity" series are produced by West & Kucserka, Midnight Radio and ABC Signature Studios.

The average duration of each episode is 26 - 34 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.


What are critics and audiences saying about High Fidelity TV series?

"High Fidelity" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7.7/10.

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