Treme: Final Season Starts December 1st

Treme final seasonHBO has announced that the final season of Treme will kick off on Sunday, December 1st, at 9pm.

Last September, the cable channel announced that the David Simon show would be returning for a shortened and final fourth season. They’ve produced just five episodes to wrap up the series about New Orleans residents dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

What do you think? Are you looking forward to seeing how Treme wraps up? Are you sorry that the show is ending?

5 Comments · Read them below or add one

  1. Marshall Sossen says

    Not only is Treme a fantastic dramatic series but it is the only show that gives people a real picture of African Americans in all their beauty, wisdom, and diversity. I am so so sorry for this decision to terminate such a wonderful series. I do not really like vampire stories, or rude NY comic impresarios, or debauched gangster sagas. HBO has so little to offer those who want to see positive images, solution oriented programming and social dramas about working class and poor folk. Instead of sex , drugs and crime please present series on those of us who work for a living and have to suffer the legal crimes of corporate monopolies and their outsourcing, hiring of cheap illegal labor, layoffs, unlivable wages, no or little benefits and a culture that makes war on any healthy set of values suitable for surviving our oligarchical society. The rich can buy their way out of felonies, sexual diseases, and children out of wedlock. The post modern world is for the 1% not those with low salaries and families. Help us to make a new New Deal with greater equality, security and prosperity instead of our Corporate Imperial state.

  2. Natalie Becton says

    I’m so upset that the show is ending. It makes me want to visit the places they talk about and I really feel the characters in the show. I’m really going to miss the show.

  3. Anonymous says

    It is an amazing series. If you haven’t tried it, get caught up and watch it all the way through.

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