Treme Episodes

2010, TV Show

Treme episodes

...To Miss New Orleans Season 4, Episode 5

In the series finale, Colson gets a transfer offer; the Guardians of the Flame send their Big Chief home; Antoine treats his sons to a Dr. John concert; Nelson returns to Texas; and Davis discovers that his pothole has been decorated. read more

Sunset on Louisianne Season 4, Episode 4

L.P. Everett returns to New Orleans for more investigative work, but an unlikely welcoming party rolls out the red carpet for him. Meanwhile, Albert insists that Delmond carry on a family tradition after he's gone; Antoine pulls an all-nighter trying to get back in the swing of things; Annie discusses her future with the band; and Davis turns 40. read more

Dippermouth Blues Season 4, Episode 3

Antoine gets a side job on a movie set; Davis and Janette celebrate New Year's Eve together; LaDonna comforts Albert; Colson's fractured relationship with the police department may be beyond repair. read more

This City Season 4, Episode 2

Nelson drags Liguori to a meeting with Davis to see if these polar opposites can find any common ground between them on the jazz center. Meanwhile, Antoine's classroom is shaken by an act of senseless violence; Janette's failure to read the fine print on an old contract could cost more than her restaurant; Albert takes his daughter on a tour of his old neighborhood; and Delmond plays with bandleader Terence Blanchard in New York. read more

Yes We Can Can Season 4, Episode 1

The fourth season opens with New Orleans' optimism following the election of Barack Obama as president in November 2008, but Nelson is ready to give up on the city after the economy starts to go south. Meanwhile, Janette prepares to open a new restaurant; Antoine finds himself being more than just a music teacher; LaDonna gets busy rebuilding Gigi's; Annie clashes with Marvin over the direction of her music; and Davis is blown away by a new sound. read more

Tipitina Season 3, Episode 10

In the series 3 finale, Janette clashes with Tim over an unauthorized benefit for a local institution. Meanwhile, Davis orchestrates his exit from the music business, but not before one more gig with an old friend; Delmond reconsiders his participation in the jazz center's plans; Terry vents his frustration over his colleagues' ostracism; Toni sees a chance for justice in an important case; and Annie's album gets released. read more

Poor Man's Paradise Season 3, Episode 9

Janette's restaurant is the talk of the town, but the popularity of a signature dish has her chefs feeling the heat in the kitchen. Meanwhile, Colson's strained relationship with the rest of the police department comes with a personal risk; Desiree confronts Nelson about his demolition contracts; Annie begins to tire of Davis' sulky attitude; Albert meets the jazz center's benefactors; and LaDonna finally finds out what's behind all the threats she's been getting. read more

Don't You Leave Me Here Season 3, Episode 8

LaDonna gets spooked by anonymous threats as a hearing related to her 2006 assault approaches, but she gets support from Albert, who is about to begin his chemotherapy. Meanwhile, Janette's restaurant prepares to open; Sonny pawns his instruments to buy jewelry; Nelson uses his Washington, D.C., connections to open doors in New Orleans; Antoine is frustrated by his trombone playing; Toni looks out for Sofia's safety; and Desiree confronts Robinette about a demolition project. read more

Promised Land Season 3, Episode 7

As the city prepares for Mardi Gras in 2008, Toni tracks down a judge at a restaurant to let him know about a big case that's coming up. Meanwhile, Janette gets advice from Emeril Lagasse and appears on the "Today" show with Al Roker; Sonny tries to stay sober; and Nelson makes contacts in Washington, D.C., where Annie plays a Mardi Gras gig with the Neville Brothers. read more

Careless Love Season 3, Episode 6

Encouraged by Aunt Mimi to find a big name for his opera project, Davis finds a way to pitch his idea to Fats Domino. Meanwhile, Toni and L.P. finally make some progress in their respective cases on a visit to a forensic pathologist in Virginia; Cornell tries to talk sense into Sonny before he spirals out of control; Janette is exposed to the corporate side of the restaurant business; and Antoine goes to bat for a promising musician with a learning disability. read more

I Thought I Heard Buddy Bolden Say Season 3, Episode 5

A visit from Annie's parents at Christmas coincides with news of her record deal, but it takes more than that to sell her mother on her new musical direction. Meanwhile, a protest of the proposed demolition of public housing erupts in violence, but Desiree is helpless in the face of a personal loss; run-ins with the police are becoming increasingly frequent for the Bernettes; and Albert's condition is finally revealed to the rest of his family. read more

The Greatest Love Season 3, Episode 4

L.P. continues to dig deeper into his investigation of police cover-ups and corruption after Katrina, but worries that his work is starting to attract some unwanted attention. Meanwhile, Janette interviews applicants for her kitchen, but frowns on Tim's choices for the front of the house; Delmond talks to a developer about a music project and helps Albert find medical assistance; LaDonna and Larry go house hunting; and Nelson feels left out of the lucrative business deals he's sure are coming. read more

Me Donkey Want Water Season 3, Episode 3

Antoine hits the road with a new band for some gigs in Texas, though the idea doesn't thrill Desiree, who begins to investigate some suspicious construction work. Meanwhile, Janette tours a new space with an ambitious restaurateur; Annie moves closer to signing a management deal; Davis turns to Aunt Mimi for financial support; and Toni takes a big risk to find a killer. read more

Saints Season 3, Episode 2

Encouraged by a promising young trumpeter's interest in New Orleans music, Antoine organizes a chaperoned outing to Preservation Hall. Meanwhile, Nelson doggedly pursues a way in to the housing market; Annie records a demo and considers taking the next step in her career; LaDonna is at her wit's end with her in-laws; L.P. learns more about post-Katrina crime; Albert sees a doctor about his cough; and in New York, Janette is wooed by a persuasive restaurateur. read more

Knock With Me - Rock With Me Season 3, Episode 1

Season 3 begins in the fall of 2007, as the neighborhood is shocked by police officers' response to a brass-band procession for a fallen musician. Meanwhile, Delmond and Albert experience different reactions to their new album; Toni finds a new ally in her ongoing crusade for justice; LaDonna is uncomfortable in her temporary lodgings; and in New York, Janette is reunited with Enrico Brulard. read more

Do Watcha Wanna Season 2, Episode 11

The second season ends with Jazz Fest 2007. read more

That's What Lovers Do Season 2, Episode 10

Janette gets a new nickname; Toni relies on Colson for another favor; Sonny finds an unlikely reason to go to the docks; Antoine pays a price for his on-stage antics; Albert and Delmond travel to make their record. read more

What Is New Orleans? Season 2, Episode 9

Davis is upstaged by an up-and-coming rapper; Albert's attention to detail irks Delmond; Nelson makes the best of a frustrating situation; Toni questions murder witnesses; Colson moves to the homicide division; LaDonna faces a difficult choice; Annie experiences the good and bad of New Orleans; Antoine changes his tune on his teaching gig. Cowritten by George Pelecanos and David Simon. read more

Can I Change My Mind? Season 2, Episode 8

Davis' band debuts, but Annie is hesitant to perform her new song. Meanwhile, Delmond runs his fusion sound by Dr. John; Nelson makes a deal with the city; Sofia falls in with the wrong crowd; and Janette mulls moving to a less intense job. Performers include Susan Cowsill and Leroy Jones. read more

Carnival Time Season 2, Episode 7

The 2007 Carnival season features the unveiling of new plumage from Albert and the discovery of a different sound for Delmond. Meanwhile, Davis hopes to stay in the city when Annie attends a rural celebration with Harley; Antoine takes his sons along for the ride; Cornell gives Sonny an alternative to the party scene; and Eric Ripert allows Janette to connect with her New Orleans roots. read more

Feels Like Rain Season 2, Episode 6

News of Jacques' troubles reaches Janette; Nelson does a favor for Oliver Thomas; Antoine names a deputy. Also: performances by John Hiatt; and Henry Butler. read more

Slip Away Season 2, Episode 5

Lt. Colson worries about the quality of the police department's investigations as citizens and activists prepare for an anti-violence march in January 2007. Meanwhile, Aunt Mimi helps Davis woo a rapper for their CD sampler; Harley encourages Annie to start writing her own songs; Nelson and Ligouri take the next step in New Orleans' redevelopment; Delmond searches for an elusive sound; Albert gets fed up with red tape; and Janette hopes her New York connections can land her a new job. read more

Santa Claus, Do You Ever Get the Blues? Season 2, Episode 4

Janette worries about her career after an incident at Brulard's, but later lifts her spirits watching the Saints beat the Giants on Christmas Eve. Meanwhile, Antoine auditions guitarists, including Sonny, and starts booking gigs for the Soul Apostles; Davis convinces his Aunt Mimi to bankroll a new music project; Nelson weighs an invitation to midnight mass; Albert mulls a filmmaker's proposal; and Toni canvasses for witnesses to a post-Katrina shooting. read more

On Your Way Down Season 2, Episode 3

Toni's investigation of a post-Katrina casualty gets more confusing at every turn; a routine closing at the bar for LaDonna becomes a disaster; Janette is forced to make a quick trip back to New Orleans to tend to a housing crisis; Nelson ups the ante in his business deal with Robinette; Antoine practices with his new band; Sonny turns to another musician for help when his home is vandalized. read more

Everything I Do Gonh Be Funky Season 2, Episode 2

Despite her reluctance to take on new cases, Toni helps a Massachusetts man who wants to know what happened to his son after Katrina. Meanwhile, Albert plans to cook a Thanksgiving turkey whether or not he has a place to do it; Annie learns the quirks of Davis' music-cataloging system; Antoine considers forming his own band; and Nelson gets acquainted with the local business community. read more

Accentuate the Positive Season 2, Episode 1

New Orleans' recovery continues as Season 2 begins on Nov. 1, 2006, 14 months after Hurricane Katrina, but the rise in crime gives Colson and the police department all they can handle. Meanwhile, Sofia's emotional distance worries Toni; Albert must find a new place to stay; Annie returns from a national tour; and Delmond debuts his new album in New York, where Janette works in a trendy restaurant. The Dirty Dozen Brass Band perform. read more

I'll Fly Away Season 1, Episode 10

In the first-season finale, Toni's frustration with Creighton reaches the boiling point; Antoine's vices get the best of him; Davis tries to persuade Janette to stay in town; Albert goes all out for St. Joseph's night; and Annie mulls her future plans. read more

Wish Someone Would Care Season 1, Episode 9

Creighton finds inspiration in a classic New Orleans novel; Janette's latest job hits a snag; Davis comes up with a tonic for the inevitable letdown after Mardi Gras; Albert gets a warning from the police about St. Joseph's night; Sonny reacts selfishly to Annie's latest move. read more

All on a Mardi Gras Day Season 1, Episode 8

The city prepares for the first Fat Tuesday since Katrina; Albert gets a message from the police; LaDonna keeps her bad news a secret for the time being; Creighton's Mardi Gras spirit isn't what it used to be. read more

Smoke My Peace Pipe Season 1, Episode 7

Antoine lands a gig at an airport; Janette takes a road trip to showcase her cooking skills; Annie transitions to Cajun music; LaDonna and Toni are encouraged by a judge's opinion; Davis finds a way around the criminal-justice system. read more

Shallow Water, Oh Mama Season 1, Episode 6

Toni taps a new source for information about Daymo; Janette mulls the future of her restaurant; the Bernettes are prominent figures at the Krewe du Vieux parade; Albert is frustrated by the lack of lodging for the tribe; Davis increases his exposure. read more

Shame, Shame, Shame Season 1, Episode 5

A second-line parade welcomes back displaced residents; Janette cooks for a group of celebrity chefs; Albert urges a politician to make housing projects a priority; Davis organizes local musicians for a political cause; Antoine gets a boost from a jazz fan from Japan; Sonny's houseguest doesn't make a good impression on Annie. read more

At the Foot of Canal Street Season 1, Episode 4

Antoine visits his sons in Baton Rouge for the holidays; Albert and his Indians lay their Wild Man to rest; LaDonna and Toni investigate a case of mistaken identity; Sonny goes to a gig in Texas without Annie; Delmond contemplates going on tour; Davis and Creighton air their grievances. read more

Right Place, Wrong Time Season 1, Episode 3

Sonny makes plans for Annie's birthday but gets jealous when a well-known jazz pianist solicits her to accompany him at a swanky party. Meanwhile, Davis repays Toni for bailing him out of jail with piano lessons for Sofia; Antoine has an unfortunate encounter with the local police; LaDonna asks her brother-in-law for help in finding her brother; and Albert makes a gruesome discovery in the Lower Ninth Ward. read more

Meet De Boys on the Battlefront Season 1, Episode 2

Davis is forced to find new work after making the wrong kind of radio history, but a hotel job allows him to show some tourists from Wisconsin another side of New Orleans. Meanwhile, Antoine swallows his pride to play a gig on Bourbon Street; Albert searches for a tool thief; Creighton considers finishing his novel; and LaDonna finally gets some good news about her brother. read more

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Do You Know What It Means Season 1, Episode 1

In the premiere of a drama that unfolds in New Orleans three months after Hurricane Katrina, residents and musicians, including a hard-luck trombonist (Wendell Pierce), revel in their first neighborhood parade since the storm. Meanwhile, a college professor (John Goodman) fumes at the government's role in the disaster; a chef (Kim Dickens) tries to keep her restaurant up and running; and a bar owner (Khandi Alexander) worries about her missing brother. read more

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Premiered: April 11, 2010, on HBO
Rating: TV-MA
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Premise: A drama set in New Orleans three months after Hurricane Katrina follows musicians and residents as they try to put their lives back together in the aftermath of the storm. Cocreated by David Simon ('The Wire').

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