Ultra-Decadent And Violent TV From Scorsese, Winter And Jagger

What do you get when you cross three entertainment industry juggernauts like Martin Scorsese, "Boardwalk Empire"/"The Sopranos" writer Terence Winter, and Mick freakin' Jagger?

Answer: "Vinyl", an ultra-decadent, ultra-violent 10-episode HBO series set in 1970s New York.

"Vinyl" stars Bobby Cannavale as Richie Finestra, a record label president attempting to deal with his demons while cashing in on the city's emerging hip-hop, punk, and disco scenes.

"Vinyl" premieres on HBO in January - for now, here's the trailer, set to " I Wanna Be Your Dog" by Iggy and the Stooges.

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'South Park' is well known for satirizing pretty much everything happening in current pop culture, and the cannabis industry is no exception. Last week, the popular adult cartoon released a satirical ad for their fictional cannabis brand, Tegridy Farms. The mock brand was originally introduced in a South Park episode that aired last October on the same day that Canada moved to legalize recreational cannabis nationwide. The new Tegridy Farms ad takes shots at the current landscape of the cannabis industry by claiming that it's being run by "a bunch of young corporate banker types" who pretend to be interested in repairing the wrongs done by the War on Drugs, but they're really only interested in making "an easy buck for themselves." "Fuck those guys," says the video's narrator.

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