Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger have been busy producing their upcoming TV series, Vinyl, which will premiere on HBO in January of 2016.
The creator of the show, Terence Winter, previously worked with Scorsese on their last HBO series Boardwalk Empire as a writer and director as well. Vinyl takes place in the mid 70s music industry, in the midst of a music revolution between disco and punk.
Bobby Carvavale, who also was a part of Boardwalk Empire stars in this latest series as a cocaine-addicted music label owner, trying to bring his company back from the slumps. Mick Jagger’s son James stars in the show as well, playing the frontman for the Nasty Bits, a made-up New York punk band in the center of it all.
Also starring Olivia Wilde, Ray Romano, Juno Temple and Andrew Dice Clay, the show looks part Boogie Nights, Part Goodfellas, spread into a 10 part series.
Check out the trailer above, which is quite heavy on the whole “sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll” thing. It’s Jagger and Scorsese, so what else could we expect?