Treme 4 Seasons 2012

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Season 3
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Antoine Batiste does the 'Cupid Shuffle,' as Desiree's mother's house collapses. Annie T's visiting parents learn about her record deal. Albert Lambreaux's kids learn about his lymphoma. Toni Berrnette learns about Sofia's boyfriend.

Starring:
Khandi Alexander, Rob Brown
Runtime:
59 minutes
Original air date:
October 21, 2012

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Season 3
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Genres Drama
Director Alex Hall
Starring Khandi Alexander, Rob Brown
Supporting actors Chris Coy, Kim Dickens, India Ennenga, Michiel Huisman, Melissa Leo, Lucia Micarelli, David Morse, Clarke Peters, Wendell Pierce, Jon Seda, Steve Zahn, Isabella Rossellini, Sam Robards, Elizabeth Ashley, Dan Ziskie, Alan Ariano, Edwina Findley, Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine
Season year 2012
Network HBO
Executive Producer Mick Aniceto
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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful By prisrob TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 25, 2013
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'Treme', the third season, brought the characters, Hurricane Katrina, the plot lines of each person together to show the connections. We started out in season one with the after affects of Katrina, up close and personal. The hurricane smashed the city, the families, and lives of it's inhabitants. Season one told their stories, season two told of their efforts to reclaim, and, now, season three shows us how they are all connected.

Treme is a series based on New Orleans musicians. It brings us a series of characters who are musicians or work with them, or have a place where musicians congregate. Music is the basis of the parade. When I think of New Orleans, I think of the parades, and 'Treme' three is a parade. A journalist shows up to help a lawyer follow the leads to a murderer, a down and out former addict musician finds his way to sobriety, a chef moves back from New York to her own restaurant, a bar owner tries to find her rapist, a young student wants to find her dreams, a good cop battles corruption, a favored musician receives a cancer diagnosis,and a trombonist teaching music at a school tries to find his way to the big time. A lot going on, and all of these characters have a subtle connection to each other. One or the other of these people find themselves embroiled in new situations and discover Katrina was just a jumping place for life.

Season three seemed to make the connections of what was going wrong and what could change to make lives better. The dreams that were realized were not always the thrill of a lifetime. And, as ever, the music was what held this series together. The music of New Orleans is riveting and life affirming. The beat and the bass and the mood it sets is New Orleans. We had some closure of troubles and doors still left open. We have Season Four to come with five more episodes. I am so looking forward to Treme, the finale.

Highly Recommended. prisrob 02-25-13
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By British Commentator on May 4, 2013
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I will not include any spoilers in this.
The third season continues the excellence of this show.
Anyone who saw The Wire and enjoyed it must see Treme, not only because it shares many of the same production crew and some actors, but because it is better than The Wire.
It draws together different strands of society and interweaves them in an intelligent, exciting and poignant storyline about post-Katrina New Orleans.
Slicker, more sophisticated and better acted than so much of what else is about.
The (Jazz and Folk) music is first class too.
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21 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Gadget Queen on December 29, 2012
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I have followed Treme from the first season til the third. I have enjoyed the touching storyline that is told from person to another. It is amazing how the people of New Orleans have managed to work through their problems, trials, disappointments, and tragedies. They have tried to overcome many obstacles and adversities. That is what some of the people have tried to do since their devasting ordeal with the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. The cast in this series are extremely talented in their craft as they have tried to portray the good, the bad, the pain, and the up and down struggles of some of the residents of New Orleans. Bravo cast and crew. Press on citizens of New Orleans, change is gonna come.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Dianne H. on June 23, 2013
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I have enjoyed the Treme series from day one to the present. I'm waiting anxiously for the final season to finally air! I guess I love the show so much because of my deep affection for the city of New Orleans as well.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D on November 30, 2013
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I just finished the whole season. Makes me want to pack up and go back visit New Orleans, again! Been thinking about beignets and going to all the famous restaurants that I haven't gone to, yet! Want to eat good food and see all those New Orleans style houses! Like all the footage and how they show the Columns Hotel. The violin girl's character takes off. Love that d.j. and love his song! This show is well-done and worth it just see all the footage! I, now, want to eat crawfish ravioli, no matter what our female chef says!!!!!!
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Excellent music and the terrific actors are superb. A very good peek into the amazing history of New Orleans Mardi Gras and jazz music. Spot performances of living legends of jazz and many local musicians. It cooks, along with the indigenous culinary cuisine. It has simultaneous story lines. One being about the sad and, I believe, truthful story about the horrible mismanagement and injustices forced upon the good people of New Orleans after the disastrous flooding.
The main overlaying story is about N.O. style jazz music and it's huge influence it has today. About how the people are so very attached to it, and truly live it. It will make you laugh, it will make you happy and at times, sad. If you really love music and especially jazz, watch it for that reason alone. Altogether very, very entertaining.
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Not specific to season 3 but for the Treme series: Great portraits of the kinds of people that inhabit NO, with so many stories. Classic, traditional, and contemporary music styles done well by so many artists. Many unique cultural aspects are viewed and are part of the story lines from Mardi Gras to music education to corruption to second lines to food and to negatives such as senseless murders and violent crimes that seem part of NO. The settings are a lot of NO from the neighborhoods, to the clubs and bars, restaurants, to the aftermath of Katrina, out to the gulf. Each episode and the series is woven together very well.
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