Nowadays, vinyl is something that hipsters dabble in to try and relive glory days gone by. But in late-1970s New York City, vinyl held the keys to the future–not only of Rock and Roll, but of music entirely.
From Executive Producers Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger and Terence Winter comes a new series that takes audiences on a sex-filled, drug-addled ride through one of the craziest and most influential periods in music's history–a time where punk, disco, and hip-hop were just being born. Vinyl follows record label president Richie Finestra (Bobby Cannavale) as he battles to save his own company (and, while he's at it, his soul) without also destroying everyone and everything in his path.
Featuring an all-star cast that also includes Olivia Wilde, Ray Romano, and Juno Temple, the debut season of Vinyl premieres February 14th, only on HBO, with a full-throttle two-hour pilot directed by the one and only Martin Scorsese.