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Treme is a show produced for HBO which primarily takes place in New Orleans. It follows the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in 2005. The show contains adult language, nudity, violence, and frequent drug use. Music and food are significant motifs. The show follows multiple intertwined story lines based upon many characters. The cast includes both new and veteran actors. Executive producers on the show are veterans David Simon and Eric Overmyer. Treme is comprised of three full seasons and a fourth and shortened final season.
The following are major characters, the actors that play them, and a brief overview of the story lines that surrounds them:
Steve Zahn plays Davis McAlary. He's a part-time D.J. constantly getting in trouble with his work ethic. He's a dreamer and a musician. He sings mostly humorous songs. Davis also has an incredible knowledge of the history of musicians from New Orleans. His character is frequently intertwined with that of violinist Annie Tee (Lucia Micarelli) starting in season two.
Wendell Pierce plays Antoine Batiste. He is a trombone player trying to make ends meet through music. He is consistently ambitious and demanding.
Oscar winner Melissa Leo plays Antoinette "Toni" Bernette. She is a top defense lawyer with a troubled daughter, Sofia (India Ennenga). Throughout the seasons she is often representing other characters in court, as well as trying to help solve murders and other crimes that occurred during the hurricane.
David Morse plays Terry Colson. He is friends with Mrs. Bernette and is sometimes ridiculed for that friendship as he is a police officer. He is struggling with a divorce, as well as rampant police corruption in New Orleans.
Clarke Peters plays Albert "Big Chief" Lambreaux. He is a stubborn man deeply imbued with the culture of the Indian. He is constantly struggling against legal and family matters.
Kim Dickens plays Jane Desautel. She is a superior chef facing dilemmas of staying in New Orleans and running her own restaurant or living in New York working for another chef.
Treme Full Episode Guide:
Season 3 (10 full episodes, 15 clips available)
Episode 10 - Tipitina
First Aired: November 25, 2012
Episode 9 - Poor Man's Paradise
First Aired: November 18, 2012
Episode 8 - Don't You Leave Me Here
First Aired: November 11, 2012
Episode 7 - Promised Land
First Aired: November 04, 2012
- Episode 6 - Careless Love
- Episode 5 - I Thought I Heard Buddy Bolden Say
- Episode 4 - The Greatest Love
- Episode 3 - Me Donkey Want Water
- Episode 2 - Saints
- Episode 1 - Knock with Me, Rock with Me
Season 2 (44 full episodes, 16 clips available)
- Episode 11 - Do Watcha Wanna
- Episode 10 - That's What Lovers Do
- Episode 9 - What Is New Orleans?
- Episode 8 - Can I Change My Mind?
- Episode 7 - Carnival Time
- Episode 6 - Feels Like Rain
- Episode 5 - Slip Away
- Episode 4 - Santa Claus, Do You Ever Get The Blue...
- Episode 3 - On Your Way Down
- Episode 2 - Everything I Do Gonh Be Funky
- Episode 1 - Accentuate the Positive
Season 1 (40 full episodes)
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