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Amid the ruins of a great city, a group of musicians rise up to play songs of hope and rebirth. From the creators of The Wire(R) comes this acclaimed HBO drama series that takes place during the rebuilding of New Orleans in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. Treme is one of the city's oldest neighborhoods, an important center of African American and Creole culture, especially music. Season One begins three months after Katrina's devastation and highlights the role of the city in the interconnected personal stories of the musicians, teachers, restauranteurs, radio deejays, and community leaders who reside there. In the middle of the turmoil, a mother desperately searches for her son who disappeared during the hurricane. Purchase the entire Season 1 now and receive free bonus content, including the superb behind-the-scenes specials ‘The Making of Treme’ and ‘Treme: Beyond Bourbon Street.’
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoDo You Know What It Means||(Series Premiere) A New Orleans neighborhood celebrates its first second-line 'parade' since Katrina, reuniting many of its musicians and residents, though many more have yet to return.||1:19:24||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoMeet De Boys On the Battlefront||Albert takes the law into his own hands; LaDonna gets good news about her missing brother.||58:18||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoRight Place, Wrong Time||Albert makes a shocking discovery; Davis barters freedom for piano lessons; Antoine hits rock bottom; Annie gets a birthday gig.||58:35||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoAt the Foot of Canal Street||While Antoine heads to Baton Rouge for a holiday visit with his sons, LaDonna and Toni probe a case of mistaken identity in New Orleans. Sonny takes a gig in Texas, leaving Annie behind; Albert accepts a dinner invitation from Darius's aunt Lulu; Delmond considers a tour offer; Davis and Creighton decide to take their angst to the masses; Albert's Indians bury their Wild Man.||58:34||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoShame, Shame, Shame||Albert presses Councilman Ron Singleton to reopen housing projects; Davis enlists some top local musicians to cut a campaign CD; a Japanese jazz fan does a good turn for Antoine; Janette cooks for four celebrity chefs; Annie fails to embrace Sonny's houseguest; the city celebrates the return of displaced residents with a second-line parade.||58:36||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoShallow Water, Oh Mama||Toni tracks down a former cop in search of clues about Daymo; Davis raises his profile on the streets and on TV; Delmond tours while Antoine toils; Janette considers suspending operations; Albert vents about the lack of tribe lodging; Sonny crosses a line with Annie; the Bernettes make a splash at the Krewe du Vieux parade.||58:27||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoSmoke My Peace Pipe||A judge's ultimatum gives hope to LaDonna and Toni; Albert makes a stand and pays the price; Antoine gets an airport gig but loses a mentor; Davis scores a get-out-of-jail pass; Janette takes her cooking skills on the road; Annie auditions for a Cajun gig.||58:33||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoAll On a Mardi Gras Day||As New Orleans gears up for its first Fat Tuesday 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.||1:00:25||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|9||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWish Someone Would Care||Davis concocts a remedy for the post-Mardi Gras blues; Annie 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.||58:34||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|10||HDClosed CaptioningVideoI'll Fly Away||In the Season One finale, Toni's concerns about Creighton turn to anger; Albert and the 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.||1:23:33||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|101||HDClosed CaptioningVideoAbout Treme||An introduction to HBO's new drama series that follows a group of New Orleans musicians and residents three months after Hurricane Katrina.||2:30||Free||View in iTunes|
|102||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Making of Treme||A behind-the-scenes look at the making of Treme featuring interviews with cast, crew and historians.||14:00||Season Only||View in iTunes|
|103||HDClosed CaptioningVideoTreme: Beyond Bourbon Street||An exploration into the history of Treme, the namesake neighborhood, including a look at its innate ties to song and dance.||29:05||Season Only||View in iTunes|
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Not only is Treme an excellent show, but the iTunes price can't be beat.
No better way to tell a community story...
Hurricane Katrina was an event that altered the lives of residents in New Orleans in profound and diverse ways. HBO does another impeccable job at inviting you into this world as though you are part of the community, their values become your values, their joys become your own. There are traceable elements of HBO's The Wire in its construction, but it also stands apart in many ways, including the use of authentic New Orleans musicians as characters and actors. Lastly, if you love New Orleans, you know there is a magical, fantastically joyful spirit there that sets it apart from the rest of the country, or even the world. Treme truly captures this essence (as closely as a television series could) with incredible characters, music, and stories.
If you loved the Wire, you will love Treme.
If you love New Orleas, you will love Treme.
If you love incredible acting performances, you will love Treme.
If you love jazz, zydeco, or cajun, you will love Treme.