Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger have been working on a pilot for the drug- and glitter-fueled drama Vinyl since 2011. Today, it finally got a premiere date on HBO: February 14th at 9PM. The pilot episode will be two hours long, Indiewire reports.
What better way to spend Valentine's Day?
Vinyl chronicles the life and times of the fictional record label American Century Records, and its slimy (but perhaps ultimately lovable) leader, Richie Finestra (Bobby Cannavale). Trailers for the show make me think it must've been largely inspired by the glam-chaos of the New York Dolls, but only time will tell.
HBO also announced the return dates for Lena Dunham's Girls, a story of sexual anxiety in your 20s, and the Duplass brothers' Togetherness, a story of sexual anxiety in your 30s. The fifth season of Girls and the second season of Togetherness will both air on February 21st.