The HBO, Mick Jagger and Martin Scorsese produced drama will not be coming back for a second season after it's under-performing first season, according to Variety. The show chronicled the lives of musicians and employees of a fictional NYC record label in the 1970s. Ratings and numbers fell throughout the season and Sopranos vet and Vinyl creator and showrunner Terrence Winter left the show midway through its run. Below, listen to Trey Songz cover "Life On Mars" from the show's soundtrack.
June 22, 2016