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This drama series is set in post-Katrina New Orleans, where a diverse cast of characters struggles to rebuild after the hurricane's unprecedented destruction. The series focuses on the emotional and cultural rebuilding that turns out to be just as critical as the rebuilding of buildings and infrastructure. The series aired on HBO between 2010 and 2013.

Treme is a Drama series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (36 episodes). The series first aired on April 11, 2010. It has mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 8.2.

Treme is available for streaming on the HBO website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Treme on demand at HBO Max, Amazon Prime, Amazon, HBO NOW, Vudu, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, iTunes online.

4 Seasons, 36 Episodes
April 11, 2010
Cast: Khandi Alexander, Rob Brown, Kim Dickens, John Goodman, Michiel Huisman
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Treme Full Episode Guide

  • Colson gets a transfer; guardians send Lambreaux home; Batiste and his sons attend a Dr. John gig; Hidalgo returns to Texas; McAlary revisits his pothole, now decorated.

  • McAlary turns 40; Bernette gets a break in her case; Annie abandons her band; Lambreaux insists that Delmond carry on as Big Chief after he's gone; Everett returns to New Orleans.

  • McAlary and Desautel spend New Year's Eve together; Batiste starts work on a movie; LaDonna offers support to Lambreaux; Colson is willing to testify, and the NOPD retaliates.

  • Lambreaux receives news that his cancer has spread; Delmond toys with Terence Blanchard in New York; Annie wins song of the year for "This City"; violence strikes one of Batiste's students.

  • In the fourth season premiere, the city celebrates the election of Barack Obama; Desautel opens her own Bywater restaurant; LaDonna rebuilds Gigi's bar; school band director Batiste begins investing his efforts into his students' lives.

  • Davis and Cheeky Blakk go "full ghetto" on Davis' farewell to the musician's life. Tim Feeny reveals himself and his intentions to Janette when he discovers she's hosting an unauthorized benefit for Gigi's. Delmond says goodbye to the powers that be. Toni is hopeful Joey Abreu's killer may be prosecuted.

  • Janette gets attacked by crawfish ravioli. Terry endures an assault and learns his position at the NOPD is impossible. LaDonna learns the truth of the threatening gestures.

  • Sonny sells instruments in order to buy jewelry. LaDonna receives threats from a stranger and Albert helps her. Sofia gets evicted to protect her safety. Terry case begins falling apart and his popularity goes down. Desiree confronts Robinette.

  • It's Carnival time: Toni finds Judge Gatling delegating judicial orders and potables at Galatoire's. Janette seeks advice from Emeril Lagasse and deconstructs crawfish etouffée with Al Roker. Sonny falls on the wagon. As Nelson schmoozes, Annie watches the Neville Brothers at the Washington, D.C. Mardi Gras Ball.

  • Sonny speeds to the marina, but misses the boat. Fats Domino impresses Davis. Antoine seeks reading help for Jennifer. Janette endures corporate hell. Toni and L.P. get a witness. Desiree gets a new ally.

  • Annie's parents learn the truth of her record deal. Albert's kids discover he has lymphoma. Sofia gets stopped by Officer Billy Wilson, prompting Toni to appeal to NOPD captain Marcus Grayson.

  • Antoine does good works, but a homeowner is suspicious of Nelson's actions. Davis is unsuccessful in sighing "Sugar Boy" Crawford for his opera, but Delmond convinces his father to sign up for assistance from New Orleans Musicians' Clinic. L.P. discovers his headless skeleton wasn't always headless.

  • Janette, Aunt Mimi and Annie have different levels of excitement over some new deals.

  • Antoine's students' demonstrate interest and Annie's demo is a success. L.P. Everett's new case has smoke and fire; LaDonna decides to move; Hidalgo discovers a new angle; Janette's resistance slips; Albert is given bad news about his health.

  • Season 3 opens in the fall of 2007 with the arrival of police officers during a brass-band procession for a fallen musician. Meanwhile, Delmond and Albert are met with opposing reactions to their new album; Toni finds a new ally in her ongoing crusade for justice; and in New York, Janette is reunited with Enrico Brulard.

Treme News

'Treme' Star Michael Showers Found Dead in New Orleans

Michael Showers, star of HBO's critically acclaimed "Treme," was reportedly found dead and floating in the Mississippi River yesterday morning. He was 45. The actor recently appeared in shows like "Breaking Bad" and "The Vampire Diaries," and acted in the recent movies "I Love You, Phillip Morris" and "The Tree of Life." No cause of death has been determined, but he had been in the water for two days, according to authorities.

'Treme' Creator David Simon Reacts to Michael Showers' Mysterious New Orleans Death

After Michael Showers, a star from HBO's "Treme" was found dead in New Orleans in a scene that seems like it could have come directly from the show, creator David Simon talked about the actor, his untimely death, and his work this season.

'Treme' is Back...With Music Galore!

Treme, HBO’s beloved show about New Orleans' recovery, is back for a second season.

Created by David Simon and Eric Overmyer, who worked together on "The Wire," the series, which shares an emotional, culturally-infused trip through the Big Easy in the aftermath of Katrina, is like candy for the eyes, ears, and heart.

Starring recent Academy Award winner Melissa Leo, Steve Zahn and a cast of little known talent like Kim Dickens and Khandi Alexander, the show is far less plot-driven than "The Wire.