VINYL, Jagger and Scorsese’s TV Series Now Available
HBO Home Entertainment has announced today that the first season of the critically acclaimed drama VINYL will be available to buy from today, just one day after the broadcast finale.
A powerhouse of talent, VINYL was created by Golden Globe winner and Emmy nominee Mick Jagger, Academy Award winner and Emmy winner Martin Scorsese, acclaimed author Rich Cohen and Academy Award nominee and multiple Emmy winner Terence Winter.
VINYL is a ride through the sex- and drug-addled music business of 1970s New York at the dawn of punk, disco and hip-hop. Richie Finestra, the founder and president of American Century Records, is trying to save his company and soul without destroying everyone in his path. With his passion for music and discovering talent gone by the wayside, and American Century on the precipice of being sold, he has a life-altering event that reignites his love of music, but severely damages his personal life.
The Complete First Season on digital download will be available for the suggested pricing of $25.99 (Standard Definition) and $30.99 (HD) through several retailers including Google Play, iTunes, FetchTV, Sony and Xbox. Pre-orders for episodes and complete season passes are available now on iTunes.
For more information visit HBO.
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