The dysfunctional heart of the city has made itself known, and a couple of characters finally crack under the strain.
He looks great!
Let's survey the damage.
Albert makes a stand in the projects, and the mystery of David is solved.
This week, Davis considers running for office (then reconsiders), and Toni comes closer to learning David's whereabouts.
This episode, it's the little things that really stick.
Everyone finds something to do, whether it's road trips, heroin, or that nice lady around the corner.
Click through for "songs from the show Treme," and "nothing else."
The show starts to really gel, with cops, corpses, and the accursed National Guard.
For the most part, these New Orleans souls need money.
Good news for fans of Steve Zahn's butt.
In this world of toil and snares, if I falter, Lord, who cares? Who but Thee my burden shares?
Just because critics are throwing out words like "humor" and "uplifting" doesn't mean the 'Treme' creator's lost his edge.
The longtime David Simon collaborator recently died after an aneurysm while filming a scene at Cafe du Monde. What follows are excerpts from an interview conducted just two months before his death.
He died yesterday in New Orleans of a brain aneurysm.
An in-depth look at the making of David Simon's upcoming HBO show.
"A show about people, artists for the most part, whose daily lives depend upon the free exercise of their wills to create — out of nothing, out of moments — something beautiful."
We hadn't realized a show by 'Wire' creator David Simon set in post-Katrina New Orleans could be this much fun.
No plot specifics, but lots of shots of things we like.
Just a really solid 47 seconds here.
HBO has ordered the first nine episodes of 'Treme.'
Plus: 'The Complete History of My Sexual Failures.'
Plus, Pacino does Shakespeare.
A handful of 'Wire' vets join Simon's New Orleans–set HBO pilot.
Plus: Who will play opposite Jeremy Piven in the Broadway revival of 'Speed-the-Plow'?