Juno Temple goes topless as she gets down and dirty with Mick Jagger's son James in new TV show Vinyl
Published: 11:46 BST, 15 February 2016 | Updated: 11:49 BST, 15 February 2016
When there's a new rock 'n' roll show set in the Seventies, sex and drugs were always going to be expected.
So when Mick Jagger's new TV series Vinyl debuted on US screens on Sunday, there were plenty of risque moments.
British actress Juno Temple's character Jamie Vine certainly didn't hold back as she stripped off for a love scene with co-star James Jagger.
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Saucy: Juno Temple goes topless for a love scene with co-star James Jagger in the first episode of new HBO series Vinyl
Juno, 26, plays Jamie, an ambitious A&R assistant at American Century Records alongside the show's leading man Bobby Cannavale, as troubled executive Richie Finestra.
In the opening episode of the HBO series, Jamie wasted no time in getting to know James's Kip Stevens, the leading singer of a punk band Nasty Bits.
The blonde goes naked as she romps and smokes with Kip in a scene which gave viewers of the kind of saucy content they can expect over the 10 episodes.
It's rock 'n' roll, but I like it: Juno plays Jamie Vine, an ambitious A&R assistant at American Century Records
Steamy: In the opening episode of the HBO series, Jamie wasted no time in getting to know James's Kip Stevens, the leading singer of a punk band called Nasty Bits
Of courses, fans of Rolling Stone legend Mick, who conceived the idea of the show 20 years ago, will know he is the father of James, 30.
The main focus of the show is Bobby as Richie, who is trying to resurrect his record label in 1973 New York.
Although the record label is fictional, it features plenty of real-life musicians on its roster, including Donny Osmond and England Dan & John Ford Coley.
Setting the bar: The racy scenes comes at the beginning of a 10 episode series, conceived nearly 20 years ago by Rolling Stone Sir Mick
Interesting times: The main focus of the show is Bobby Cannavale as Richie, who is trying to resurrect his record label in 1973 New York
In the series premiere, desperate Richie was seen trying to poach Led Zeppelin, reflecting an actual incident where a host of labels tried to sign them in 1973 when their contract with Atlantic Records expired.
The series also stars Olivia Wilde as Richie's wife Devon, Ray Romano as American Century's head of PR Zak Yankovich and Jack Quaid (son of Meg Ryan and Dennis Quaid) as A&R executive Clark Morelle.
Vinyl premieres in the UK on Monday 15 February on Sky Atlantic, while episode 2 screens in the UK on Sunday 21 February.
Racy scenes: James is the 30-year-old son of the series' creator Sir Mick Jagger, who also serves as executive producer
The next big thing? The cast of new HBO show Vinyl will bring the gritty rock 'n' roll scene of the 1970s to TV viewers