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Format: Blu-Ray DVD
Sku: 219192642
UPC: 883929154166
UPC 14: 00883929154166
Category Keywords: Television/TV Series
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The series begins three months after hurricane katrina where the residents of new orleans, including musicians, chefs, mardi gras indians, and ordinary new orleanians try to rebuild their lives, their homes and their unique culture in the aftermath of the 2005 hurricane.

"...Treme is a true gift...  Heather Havrilesky, Salon
"...The best parts of Treme are breathtaking. And then it exceeds that.  Nancy DeWolf Smith, Wall Street Journal
"...unlike anything you've seen on television before.  Tim Goodman, San Francisco Chronicle

Editor's Note
Much of the creative team responsible for HBO's revered series THE WIRE reunite to present the new series TREME, set in New Orleans and following the musicians and citizens who still call the town home even in the brutal aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. This release contains every episode from the show's debut season, and offers background information about the production, especially the music that features prominently in every episode.


Video Features Widescreen, English, Spanish, French, Subtitled

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Video Mfg Name Studio: HBO
Video Release Date Release Date: 11/4/2014
Video Play Time Running Time: 632 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 2011
Video UPC UPC: 00883929154166
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 4

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Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Michael Showers - Co-Star


Emmy (2010)
   Video Award Name Agnieszka Holland, Nominee, Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series
   Video Award Name Steve Earle, Nominee, Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics

Grammy (2010)
   Video Award Name Steve Earle, Nominee, Best Song Written for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media

Professional Reviews

Slant Magazine 10 of 10
...Treme is hypnotically entertaining and, with a lushness even to the muddied floors of abandoned... As with all of Simon's shows, there's an understanding that this is how people really talk-directly, sloppily, or jangled as that might be. Nailing these verbal rhythms is especially important for a show about music: It's not a matter of playing notes, it's about what you put into them. And Treme puts everything into every scene. The camerawork is rich and the direction squeezes every nuance from the actors. The city's history has been painstakingly researched and effortlessly inserted into the writing. As a result, the moments?or notes?that make up this show are all that much richer, that much livelier. This also grants the show a special sort of shorthand, one that is used to communicate a great deal in musical montages (establishing shots, one might say, of the soul), but also in the sorts of quick scenes that a large ensemble show requires to advance all of the subplots without running into a wall of exposition. Toni warns Davis, "You do not motherfuck the National Guard." His half-broken reply: "I just want my city back." Our trust in the creators also allows Treme to riff (as jazz must), which leads to the sort of inventive scenes not usually found on television.... - Aaron Riccio

Newsday 10 of 10
...It'll be fun to see the great disconnect between the critical and viewer reception to "Treme." The former will fawn. The latter will yawn. In fact, what Simon is asking everyone to do is scrub their minds clean of all images, impressions and biases related to New Orleans, pre- or post-Katrina. With "Treme," he and Overmyer are rebuilding that picture for them, frame by frame. It's a methodical and pointillist process, requiring patience (on your part) and time. Stories, per se, don't "pop," but accrete; the narrative rhythm takes time to build and come into focus. Characters and their lives slowly become whole, then utterly real. This is often more like documentary-style narrative - think Frederick Wiseman, or Barbara Kopple, or, yes, David Simon of "The Wire" than straight TV entertainment...Give "Treme" all the time it needs. This is a spectacular new series, with some stunning performances - Pierce, Peters, Zahn, in particular - and gorgeous music. You'll become hooked. - Verne Gay

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