Treme begins in fall 2005, three months after Hurricane Katrina and the massive engineering failure in which flood control failed throughout New Orleans, flooding 80 percent of the city and displacing hundreds of thousands of residents. Fictional events depicted in the series will honor the actual chronology of political, economic and cultural events following the storm.
HBO has released the first trailer for Season 3 of Treme, debuting Sunday, September 23 at 10 PM ET with "Knock With Me, Rock With Me".
CLICK HERE to visit TVWeb and take a look at this new season, which takes places between the fall of 2007 and the spring of 2008, in the aftermath of the deadly Katrina earthquake in New Orleans.Read More
Continuing to focus on New Orleans in the aftermath of Katrina, the second season of the critically-acclaimed HBO series Treme tells the colorful, interwoven stories of a group of ordinary people who endure in the midst of unthinkable loss and hardship. From creators/executive producers David Simon and Eric Overmyer (HBO's The Wire), the show has been hailed as "remarkable" (Chicago Tribune) and "riveting" (Reuters) with "fascinating characters" (The Washington Post). Releasing April 17, 2012, Treme: The Complete Second Season on Blu-ray ($79.98), DVD ($59.99) and Digital Download contain engaging featurettes that explore the vibrant culture and music that makes New Orleans one of America's most distinctive cities.
It's now 14 months post-Katrina and residents of the Crescent City are finding it harder than ever to rebuild their lives, much less hold on to their special cultural and musical identity. Some have left to become expatriates in places like New York City; others have been forced to sell their homes to outside developers. Those who remain cope with high crime levels and dwindling federal support. Still, the proud, even defiant spirit that defines the city lingers among its faithful inhabitants.Read More
HBO has decided to move forward with a 3rd season of David Simon and Eric Overmyer's acclaimed drama series, Treme.
The deal comes as a bit of a surprise as the show has averaged only about 1 million viewers during its premiere runs on Sunday night, while newly acclaimed hit Game of Thrones has been raking in 2.4 million viewers.Read More
It's more than a year since Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath. The national spotlight on the Crescent City has dimmed, and residents are finding it harder than ever to rebuild their lives. Some have become expatriates in distant cities. The insurance checks that never arrived for homeowners were followed by the bureaucratic nightmare that was the Road Home program, and a land-grab is underway as developers and disaster capitalists press their advantage. Crime and drug use are up, and corruption and graft are endemic, with civic institutions unable to counter any of it.
And yet the culture of New Orleans somehow endures. Created by David Simon (HBO's "The Wire") and Eric Overmyer ("St. Elsewhere"), the Emmy®-nominated drama series Treme kicks off its 11-episode second season SUNDAY, APRIL 24 (10:00-11:00 p.m. ET/PT), exclusively on HBO.Read More
A specific release date for the second season of Treme hasn't been announced, though it will air on HBO sometime this April.Read More
Amid the ruins of an American city, ordinary people - musicians, chefs, residents - find themselves clinging to a unique culture and wondering if the city that gave birth to that culture still has a future From the creators of The Wire comes a new series about adversity and the human spirit, set in New Orleans, in the aftermath of the greatest man-made disaster in American history. Welcome to Treme.Read More
The season one finale of Treme, Episode 1.10: I'll Fly Away, is set to premiere on HBO this Sunday, June 20th. The series chronicles the fall season of 2005, three months after Hurricane Katrina and the massive engineering failure in which flood control failed throughout New Orleans, flooding 80 percent of the city and displacing hundreds of thousands of residents. As the first year comes to a close, we find that Toni's (Melissa Leo) concerns about Creighton (John Goodman) have turned to anger; Albert (Clarke Peters) and the Indians are suiting up for St. Joseph's night; Antoine (Wendell Pierce) has gambled away a big payday; Davis (Steve Zahn) is trying to convince Janette to stay put; all while Annie (Lucia Micarelli) weighs her future options. To end the season on a prolific note, A funeral procession offers its mourners a chance to reflect on the events of the past year in New Orleans.
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The creator of The Wire's new HBO series has already secured a second season, just days after the series premiere aired. Variety is reporting that HBO has handed out a second season order for Treme.
David Simon's new series just premiered on the network on Sunday night, drawing a solid 1.1 million viewers and astounding critical reviews. The series revolves around the post-Hurricane Katrina life in the city of New Orleans.Read More