Treme (TV Series)
- Original title
Treme (TV Series)
- Running time
- 60 min.
- United States
David Simon (Creator), Eric Overmyer (Creator), Anthony Hemingway, Ernest R. Dickerson, Agnieszka Holland, Jim McKay, Brad Anderson, Simon Cellan Jones, Adam Davidson, Roxann Dawson, Tim Robbins, Alex Hall, Daniel Attias, Christine Moore, Rob Bailey, Alex Zakrzewski
Eric Overmyer, David Simon, George Pelecanos, Anthony Bourdain, Lolis Eric Elie, Tom Piazza, David Mills, Mari Kornhauser, James Yoshimura, Davis Rogan, Jordan Hirsch, Micah Kibodeaux, Chris Offutt, Will Ralston, Chris Rose, Chris Yakaitis
Wendell Pierce, Steve Zahn, Clarke Peters, Khandi Alexander, Melissa Leo, Kim Dickens, Rob Brown, Lucia Micarelli, Michiel Huisman, Jon Seda, David Morse, John Goodman, Phyllis Montana LeBlanc, India Ennenga, Chris Coy, Lance E. Nichols, Ntare Mwine, Elizabeth Ashley, Hong Chau, Edwina Findley Dickerson, Steve Earle, Dan Ziskie, Michael Cerveris, Sam Robards
Broadcasting by HBO
TV Series. Drama | Southern Gothic. Jazz. Music
- Synopsis / Plot
- TV Series (2010-2013). 4 Seasons. 36 Episodes. Set in post-Katrina New Orleans, 'Treme' chronicles the struggles of a diverse group of residents as they rebuild their lives and their city. ‘Treme,' pronounced Truh-may, takes its title from the name of one of the city's oldest neighborhoods, an historically important source of African-American music and culture. It was created by David Simon, also creator of 'The Wire' and 'Generation Kill,' and Eric Overmyer, writer-producer of 'Homicide' and 'Law & Order.'
Season 1 began in fall of 2005, three months after Hurricane Katrina. Season 2 picks up 14 months after the federal levees failed. While many of the old challenges persist, much has changed. The profiteers have arrived, though the insurance checks haven't. Crime is on the rise, but the ability of the police department to keep pace with the criminals is questionable. Life in New Orleans is getting better, but it's not happening fast enough to keep residents from wondering whether things would be easier, better, elsewhere.
What keeps the city afloat through all of this is its culture. Mardi Gras Indian chief Albert Lambreaux (Clarke Peters) is sewing in preparation for Mardi Gras. The social aid and pleasure clubs are getting ready to hit the streets in their colorful, fast step finery. And those loveable rogues, Davis McAlary (Steve Zahn) and Antoine Batiste (Wendell Pierce) have cooked up a new set of schemes on and off the bandstand.
: Emmy: 4 Nominations including Best Miniseries
: Satellite Awards: 2 nominations, including Best Drama Series
: Emmy: 2 Nominations: Outstanding Directing, Original Music and Lyrics
: Writers Guild of America (WGA): Nominated for Best Screenplay New Series
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