High Fidelity is receiving a new reboot by Hulu since the initial film based on the book of the same name was released almost twenty years ago.

According to Rolling Stone, the series will be a 10-episode adaptation of 1995 novel High Fidelity by Nick Hornsby.

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The book was first made into a feature film that was released in 2000 and starred John Cusack.

In the film, Cusack plays Rob Gordon, the owner of a failing record store in Chicago who has a top-five list for every genre of music.

It could be said that he's a bit cynical towards his customers as he openly makes fun of their music tastes.

Two decades later, Hulu is releasing a new series based on the aforementioned book, but this time it is being told by a woman.

The show will retell the story of Rob (Zoe Kravitz) as she remembers her top five worst heartbreaks from her past and navigates love in the present, surrounded by pop-culture and music.

The show premieres on the streaming service Valentine's Day, Feb. 14, 2020.

Check out the first trailer for High Fidelity below.

The series will also star Da’Vine Joy Randolph , David H. Holmes (Mindhunter), Jake (The Office), and Kingsley Ben-Adir (The OA).

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More on Hulu

You don't have to wait for High Fidelity to start watching something new.

A new year means new shows and movies to binge and Hulu has got you covered. The streaming platform revealed everything coming to and leaving the service in January.

The majority of the releases will happen on the first, but many other shows and movies will be dropped throughout the month such Pulp Fiction, including Spider-Man: Far From Home on Jan. 31.

Check out everything coming to and leaving Hulu here!