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- jmh-91Jan 04, 2017by
Love this show! Great characters, wonderfully engaging and filled with so much culture, spirit, and pain! With the wake of Hurricane Katrina this show encapsulates the beauty of the region and the aftermath of such devastation and how these people use food, music, tradition to show resiliency in the face of tragedy. One of HBO'S lesser known gems!
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- adrav54Sep 02, 2011by
Deeply human, and the best music on TV
We got hooked on TREME in its second year (2010-11) so it was a joy to be able to catch up with the first year through the DVD set. TREME is a creation of David Simon (THE WIRE), and he has outdone himself. The subject matter is captivating--New Orleans starting a year or so after Katrina. You meet musician characters in all their musical and racial and class and ethnic variety, law enforcement and lawyers, people in the food and bar business. Every single character is wonderfully limned and acted and the writers' ear for dialogue is terrific. John Goodman, Melissa Leo, David Morse, Khandi Alexander, and Wendell Pierce top the list of great acting, but everyone is excellent in their roles, including "non-actor" New Orleans musicians big and small. Above all, the music is fabulous. If you can watch 2 episodes and not be singing the infectious title-sequence song around the house, are you tone deaf? TREME is deeply human, deeply generous, and wonderfully complex--it gives me the impression of really understanding New Orleans' troubled, beautiful, diverse history and culture. Read full review
- ssfromssNov 05, 2012by
True-to-life depiction of post Katrina New Orleans
We first found this on Netflix but we were re-ordering Season One so often to show friends we decided to buy it and found the best price by far on eBay. Treme gives a great feel for New Orleans after Katrina. It takes on different aspects of the city from musicians and chefs (Anthony Bourdain is listed as a writer on Season 2) to Indians and tourists and police and lawyers. You get hooked on the characters. The show has pretty gritty language and situations, but hey, it's New Orleans.
- stephanieharoldSep 09, 2011by
A must-see for anyone who loves all things New Orleans.
My review of this series may be jaded, as I love all things New Orleans. That said, I LOVED Treme. The music was fantastic, and I appreciated having the option to watch each episoed with or without commentary. Being a huge music fan, I chose Musical Commentary, which was very insightful. You could also choose to have the song title/artist appear on screen for every song, without spoken commentary. I made my own playlist of NOLA music based on music from the series. The acting and story lines were very moving and interesting. I feel that Treme gives the viewer a good perspective on what life was really like after the Hurricane. I can't wait to watch season 2.
- bev_ballowFeb 08, 2013by
one of the BEST TV series ever
We watched the Treme series and are completely addicted to the music, the acting, the narraative and the direction. Wanted to share it with my son and his family, so it was bought as a present. They enjoyed it as much as we have. I would recommend this season and future ones for anyone who did not have access to the HBO series.
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