Da’Vine Joy Randolph Praises Hulu’s ‘High Fidelity’ for Telling a Realistic New York Story

Published on Feb 14, 2020

If HBO’s “Girls” characterized a certain type of young, disaffected millennial, fumbling cluelessly around a gentrifying Brooklyn, and if “Sex and the City” used Manhattan as a tantalizing playground for a class of well-connected, glamorous and decidedly 90s-bound women, both shows had one thing in common: they were painfully, inevitably white.

“We’re gonna fix that!,” Da’Vine Joy Randolph, co-star of Zoë Kravitz’s Hulu makeover of “High Fidelity” (and breakout star of Netflix’s “Dolemite Is My Name”), told Variety at the show’s New York premiere at the Metrograph on Thursday night. “The story of love you

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Author: Michael Appler