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The city and its polis may have been damaged beyond repair, but its essence, expressed in its culture, remains. These have been the two poles of Treme throughout the season, mostly given equal weight.
It feels like an attempt at absolute verisimilitude, and in its own start-stop way, it has a rhythm unlike any other show on television.
A crazy quilt of modern urban life that's not afraid of the lyrical interlude, the pregnant pause or the unresolved emotion.
Though the new season isn't any kind of radical transformation, it does feel like the best one yet.
It's a promising start to a series that's already established a habit of delivering on its promises.
It was an episode that made me wonder if, rather than a novel or a movie, a TV show could be a poem.
Television doesn't have to be a high-speed chase to the dramatic endpoint, something Treme reminds us with its meandering narrative, realized characters, and grasp on reality every showrunner in the business should be jealous of.
I don't think I am engaging in spoilers to tell you that the music is still glorious and that the food may cause you to dive through the screen.
There is a beautiful ache to Treme, a yearning that comes from the music and dreams of the characters. It feels like nothing else on television.
Treme's season finale provide us with some very real forms of resolution, if not complete closure, while also energizing us for the final season of the show, which will be coming next year.
This season of Treme didn't even start that slowly, though it was, as usual, jam-packed with exposition.
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