It's rare that a show's opening credits can accurately portray what a TV show is about. I've watched the first three episodes of the HBO series Treme (pronounced Treh-may). The Treme is a neighborhood in New Orleans that borders the famous French Quarter, but is made up of several races, and is reputed to be the place where the roots of Jazz were planted and grew. The show begins about 4 months after hurricane Katrina ravaged so much of New Orleans, driving people out of the city, giving everyone a story of survival or loss, and now a story of return.
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