Executive produced by Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger, starring Bobby Cannavale (Third Watch, Boardwalk Empire) as record company executive Richie Finestra, this big-budget series was expected to be HBO's next big thing - a Game of Thrones about the music industry. A dizzying ride through the drug- and sex-fueled music business of the 1970s, Vinyl is full of music, drama, and a murder. Includes the $30-million, two-hour opener directed by Scorsese. 10 episodes, 11 hrs, 4 DVDs, CC. Mature audiences.
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Richie Finestra considers selling his struggling record company; Richie takes a detour to an unplanned reunion; Richie orders his A&R department to find new acts; Richie jeopardizes his relationships.
Yesterday Once More
Richie delivers a bombshell that shocks prospective buyers and his partners; a relationship is pondered and an alibi considered; Richie decides to visit his estranged mentor.
Richie is embarrassed at a record producers' banquet; a junior A&R rep courts Alice Cooper; a Greenwich barn needs fundraising; Richie approaches Lester about releasing some of his old blues demos.
Richie deals with his star; Lester returns, Devon looks for answers. The Nasty Bits are getting signed.
He in Racist Fire
Richie visits a relative; Devon plays the vixen; Kip faces a dilemma, Clark gets a new job and Richie is inspire to name his new label.
There's a newcomer on board; Kip has an uncommon choice, Zak's raw emotions surface. Richie confronts the future relationship with Devon and something rather odd disturbing surfaces about Ernst.
The King and I
Richie and Zak travel to Los Angeles to sell the company jet and then go to Las Vegas to persuade Elvis Presley to sign a contract.
Richie seeks new funding to keep the business afloat. The Nasty Bits continue to record. Zak signs a potential hit while Devon meets a music legend.
Rock and Roll Queen
Richie weighs his options after a visit with Devon as Buck Rogers murder case is heating up. Jamie crashes with Kip.
Richie becomes an informant for the FBI to watch over Corrado Galasso; Zak tries to get Richie out of the company and Kip gets high on drugs and quits the band.
Packaging: Boxed set
Run Time: 660 minutes
Number of discs: 4
Foreign Language Subtitles: English, French, Spanish. Dubbed: English
Color or B&W: Color
Region Code: 1
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Audio Format: Stereo 5.1 Surround
Rating: R. Contains nudity, strong language, violence, and sexual situations.
Bobby Cannavale, Paul Ben-Victor, P,J, Byrne, Max Casella, Ato Essandoh, James Jagger, J.C. MacKenzie, Jack Quaid, Ray Romano, Birgitte Hjort Sørensen, Juno Temple, Olivia Wilde, Susan Heyward, Emily Tremaine, MacKenzie Meehan, Griffin Newman, Ephraim Sykes, Thomas Gardner, Jack Doyle Smith, Annie Parisse, Bo Dietl, Jason Cottle, Jay Klaitz
Primetime Emmy Award Nomination - Outstanding Makeup for a Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic, 2016)
Primetime Emmy Award Nomination - Outstanding Main Title Design (2016)
Hollywood Music In Media Award Nomination - Outstanding Music Supervision - Television (2016)
Online Film & Television Association Award Nomination - Best New Titles Sequence (two, 2016)
Online Film & Television Association Award Nomination - Best Makeup/Hairstyling in a Series (2016)