|Source:||Hbo Home Video|
|Sound:||[DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound]|
Exclusive Blu-ray Content:; Down in the Treme: A look at the music and culture of New Orleans: Learn more about New Orleans' unique culture including its music, cuisine, landmarks, and more with this in-episode viewing mode; The music of Treme: Discover more about the songs featured throughout the series with this interactive viewing mode; ; The art of Treme: A Tulane University symposium dedicated to Treme featuring co-creators/executive producers David Simon and Eric Overmeyer, and cast member Clarke Peters; Behind Treme: Food for Thought: New Orleans chefs and restaurateurs Josh 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; Audio commentaries: 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
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Treme tells the real gritty truth about the ninth ward post Katrina. Exceptional story telling, lush and true music. Treme is a classic. Where is season three?