Vinyl behind the scenes gags

2022-04-02 08:01
Home Box Office officially axed the new   series "Vinyl" (Vinyl), which was co-created by director Martin Scorsese and Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger, HBO There have been high hopes for it, but since the first season began, the ratings have not been outstanding, and the evaluation has been mediocre   .
"Vinyl   " is a drama that HBO strongly promotes. The play is produced by Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger, and Martin Sr. even personally participated in the directing and writing. In terms of the cast, Vinyl is also quite good, with "Seaside Empire" star Bobby Cannavale playing the lead role, a legend in the 1970s record industry, and other leading actors including Ray Romano , Olivia Wilde, Juno Temple and other famous movie stars   .
"Vinyl" had high hopes, and some people even thought that the show would take over "Game of Thrones", which ended after the eighth season, and become a new generation of HBO drama. HBO renewed its second season of "Vinyl" just after it started airing in February, but the network announced it was canceling the show and dropping the already renewed second season   .
The show was axed not only because of mediocrity in ratings and reviews, but also partly because of creative disagreements   .
In April 2016, the gold medal producer Terence Winter left the set due to creative differences, and was replaced by Scott Z. Burns as the main creator, and HBO executives also changed positions as producers. Michael Lombardo, the head of the department for nearly a decade, has left and was replaced by Casey Bloys   .
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  • Annabelle 2022-04-04 09:01:08

    Every frame is filled with cocaine, the music gives me goosebumps, and the famous landmarks in the history of rock music are constantly bursting... The size of ten episodes can only show the tip of the iceberg of rock music in the 1970s. It is a pity that the second season was cut. what

  • Stephany 2022-04-02 08:01:01

    OST just blew my ears, from rock to blues, from selling music to killing drugs, the chaotic, vain, extravagant and decadent era of the 1970s was really an era suitable for nurturing good music!

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