Over a year has passed since Katrina, but residents are finding it harder than ever to rebuild their lives, much less hold on to their special cultural identity. Some have left to become expatriates in places like New York. Others have been forced to sell their homes to outside developers. Crime and drug use are up, and corruption and graft has dried up money intended for recovery. So why bother to stay? Because it's New Orleans. And New Orleans must go on.
The Music Of Treme - Discover More About The Songs Featured Throughout The Series With This In-Episode Viewing Mode
The Art Of Treme - A Tulane University Symposium Dedicated To Treme Featuring Co-Creators/ Executive Producers David Simon and Eric Overmyer, And Cast Member Clarke Peters
Behind Treme: Food For Thought - New Orleans Chefs and Restaurateurs John Besh and Alon Shaya Discuss Local Cuisine And Its Importance To The Cultural Tradition Of The City
Behind Treme: Clarke Peters & The Mardi Gras Indians - Clarke Peters (Albert Lambreaux) and Otto DeJean (George Cotrell on Treme and a Mardi Gras Indian Chief) Discuss The Rich Tradition Of The Mardi Gras Indians In New Orleans
Four Audio Commentaries With Creator/Executive Producer David Simon, Executive Producer Nina Kostroff Noble, Supervising Producer/Director Anthony Hemingway, Director Brad Anderson, Writer George Pelecanos, Music Supervisor Blake Leyh, And Cast Members Rob Brown, Kim Dickens, Lucia Micarelli, Clarke Peters and Wendell Pierce
Music Commentaries - Audio Commentaries With WBGO's Josh Jackson and NPR Music's Patrick Jarenwattananon On Select Music Performances Within Each Episode