Los Angeles: Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger are all set to don the producer's hat on HBO's new rock 'n' roll drama series. The yet-to-be-titled television series will explore the drug fueled music business with rise of punk and disco in 1970's New York, reported Variety.
Terence Winter and Scorsese's collaborative works 'Boardwalk Empire' and 'The Wolf of Wall Street' have already won lot of appreciation and with Mick Jagger, founder of the famous band 'Rolling Stones' joining the club, it would leave no stones unturned.
'Third Watch'(1999) star Bobby Cannavale, will play the character of Richie Finestra, the founder and president of a top record label, American Century Records.
Olivia Wilde, 'Tron Legacy' (2010) star will be playing the character of Devon, who is Richie's wife and a former model-actress.
Ray Romano, who is known for the famous TV series 'Everybody loves Raymond' (1996) is also a part of the casting who will play the role of Zak Yankovich, one of Richie's partners in the series.
Winter will write, showrun and executive produce the series with Scorsese, Jagger, Victoria Pearman and Rick Yorn who will be the executive producers of the show. The untitled drama will shoot in New York.