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Treme: Season 4 (2013)

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Critic Consensus: Treme is a well-executed, high quality drama that boasts naturalism in its performances and atmosphere, along with a toe-tapping soundtrack.

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"The Wire" creator David Simon's love letter to New Orleans in the years following Hurricane Katrina concludes with a five-episode fourth series, which opens with the city's optimism after the election of Barack Obama as president in November 2008, but Texas-born Nelson (Jon Seda) finds it hard to be in the Big Easy when the economy starts to go south. Meanwhile, Janette (Kim Dickens) prepares to open a new restaurant; Antoine (Wendell Pierce) finds himself being more than just a music teacher; Annie (Lucia Micarelli) clashes with her manager over the direction of her music; Davis (Steve Zahn) is blown away by a new sound; L.P. (Chris Coy) returns for more investigative work; Terry (David Morse) keeps burning bridges in the police department; and LaDonna (Khandi Alexander) gets busy rebuilding Gigi's, but finds time to comfort Albert (Clarke Peters), who asks his son, Delmond (Rob Brown), to carry on a sacred family tradition. Guest stars include Dan Ziskie and Michael Cerveris.

Cast

Wendell Pierce
as Antoine Batiste
Khandi Alexander
as LaDonna Batiste-Williams
Rob Brown (VI)
as Delmond Lambreaux
Melissa Leo
as Toni Bernette
Steve Zahn
as Davis McAlary
Kim Dickens
as Janette Desautel
David Morse
as Lt. Terry Colson
Chris Coy
as L.P. Everett
Clarke Peters
as Albert Lambreaux
Jon Seda
as Nelson Hidalgo
India Ennenga
as Sofia Bernette
Ntare Mwine
as Jacques
Jazz Henry
as Jennifer
Edwina Findley Dickerson
as Davina Lambreaux
Dan Ziskie
as C.J. Liguori
Colin Walker
as James Collington
Sam Robards
as Tim Feeny
Otto DeJean
as George Cotrell
Michael Cerveris
as Marvin Frey
Renwick Scott
as Alcide Batiste
Sean-Michael Bruno
as Randall Batiste
Lance E. Nichols
as Larry Williams
Jim True-Frost
as James Woodrow
Davi Jay
as Robinette
Yul Vázquez
as Det. Anthony Nikolich
Kevin "Lucky" Johnson
as Off. Billy Wilson
Ann McKenzie
as Romona McAlary
Marco St. John
as Dr. Roge McAlary
James DuMont
as Capt. Richard Lafouchette
Corey Glover
as Himself
Jeffrey Carisalez
as Arnie Reyes
Eddie Vanison
as "Memphis" Ronnie
Troy Andrews
as Himself
John Boutte
as Himself
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Critic Reviews for Treme: Season 4

All Critics (15) | Top Critics (8)

Full of intriguing characters, fine actors, music and Big Easy "atmosphere," Treme -- it's pronounced "TreMAY," by the way -- never caught on, and now seems as good a time as any to ask why.

December 2, 2013 | Rating: B+ | Full Review…
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I'm sorry to see it go, except that it went out on such a perfect note of bittersweet complexity -- like the culture it celebrates and mourns and suggests will endure anyway, it's something to have been relished even as it's come to a close.

January 2, 2014 | Full Review…

Treme bids a fond and tuneful farewell to characters a few of us have come to love and to storylines that went deeply enough into the challenges of rebuilding lives in New Orleans to be considered as much journalism as TV drama.

December 1, 2013 | Full Review…

There's not a weak performance in the bunch.

January 31, 2014 | Rating: 9/10 | Full Review…

Never as immediately gripping as The Wire, Treme still had its virtues, which the show's small, but loyal fanbase can fill you in on at length.

January 28, 2014 | Full Review…

Treme has had a bumpier run than might have been expected, but it looks like we may be getting the killer party at the end that the show, and city, deserve.

December 3, 2013 | Rating: 8.3/10 | Full Review…

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