Treme: Season 1

Treme: Season 1

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From creators David Simon and Eric Overmyer (The Wire), this drama series follows residents of New Orleans as they try to rebuild their unique community in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. More

Stars Khandi Alexander (Scandal), Rob Brown (Blindspot), Kim Dickens (Fear the Walking Dead), and John Goodman.

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2010Rating: TV-MAUSABlown Deadline Productions
Drama

Episodes

EPISODE 1.1

Do You Know What It Means

In the small New Orleans neighborhood of Treme, they are... More about to celebrate the first "second-line parade" since the town was struck by Katrina and many of the local musicians and residents are reunited, but even more have not yet returned.

EPISODE 1.10

I'll Fly Away

Toni's concerns about Creighton turn to anger; Albert and the... More Indians suit up for St. Joseph's night; Antoine gambles away a big payday; Davis tries to convince Janette to stay put; Annie weighs her future options. A funeral procession offers its mourners a chance to reflect on the events of the last year in New Orleans.

EPISODE 1.2

Meet De Boys on the Battlefront

LaDonna finally receives news about her brother, who is missing.... More Albert is forced to take the law into his own hands.

EPISODE 1.3

Right Place, Wrong Time

While Davis trades piano lessons for his freedom, Albert makes... More an unnerving discovery and Annie gets a gig on her birthday.

EPISODE 1.4

At the Foot of Canal Street

Antoine holidays with his kids in Baton Rouge while LaDonna... More and Toni look into a local case of mistaken identity. Davis and Creighton decide to take their pain to the masses, while Sonnie leaves Annie for a gig in Texas and Albert accepts an invitation for dinner.

EPISODE 1.5

Shame, Shame, Shame

As the city celebrates the return of many displaced residents... More with another second line parade, Albert presses a Councilman to reopen housing projects and Davis recruits some local musicians to put out a campaign CD.

EPISODE 1.6

Shallow Water, Oh Mama

Toni seeks help from a former cop in helping her... More figure out Daymo. Albert is angry about the lack of lodging, while Davis raises his profile with a television appearance.

EPISODE 1.7

Smoke My Peace Pipe

While Janette hits the road with her cooking skills, LaDonna... More and Toni are given hope by a judge's sudden ultimatum and Antoine loses a mentor but gains a job.

EPISODE 1.8

All on a Mardi Gras Day

As New Orleans gears up for its first Fat Tuesday... More since Katrina, Albert is sent a less-than-celebratory message by the NOPD. Sonny leaves Annie to her own devices; LaDonna puts her bad news on hold; the Bernettes make a Mardi Gras appearance, though Creighton’s heart isn’t really in it.

EPISODE 1.9

Wish Someone Would Care

Davis concocts a remedy for the post-Mardi Gras blues; Annie... More makes a decision that Sonny takes personally; Janette’s latest chef’s gig gets bogged down; Antoine becomes LaDonna’s unexpected benefactor; Colson warns Albert to avoid trouble on St. Joseph’s night; Creighton is inspired by a classic novel set in old New Orleans.

Treme: Season 1 | Reviews

98%40 reviews

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Treme is about building, not tearing down, and for those who stick around, the results should be worth it.

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Variety

Variety

Rich, textured and too leisurely in its gait, Treme won't be to everyone's taste.

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Slant Magazine

Slant Magazine

Treme puts everything into every scene.

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San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle

Simon has again delivered a series unlike anything you've seen on television before.

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Chicago Tribune

Chicago Tribune

Passion is what redeems Treme and suffuses its most moving, memorable moments.

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Time Magazine

Time Magazine

It’s imperfect, but if it fails, it won’t be for lack of creative daring, or of passion, or of pleasure.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

Persistence will be rewarded, and again you'll marvel at a parade of excellent performances.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

It's a series that affirms - with humour, tenderness, insight, and a rich sense of regional music and custom - Simon's love of humanity and its resilience in the face of trying circumstances.

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IGN

IGN

The kind of television you eventually relax and sink into, enjoying it the way you might enjoy a live concert featuring a line-up of bands you don't recognise but playing in a genre you love.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

The whole series works like a meandering melody..

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Treme: Season 1 | Release Details

Treme: Season 1 is available to stream in New Zealand now on Neon.