Treme (2010–2013)
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In the Season 2 finale, Jazz Fest takes center stage in New Orleans, giving Treme residents a welcome respite from a challenging year.

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Ernest R. Dickerson (as Ernest Dickerson)

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David Simon (created by), Eric Ellis Overmyer (creator) (as Eric Overmyer) | 3 more credits »
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Khandi Alexander ... LaDonna Batiste-Williams
Rob Brown ... Delmond Lambreaux
Kim Dickens ... Janette Desautel
India Ennenga ... Sofia Bernette
Michiel Huisman ... Sonny
Melissa Leo ... Toni Bernette
Lucia Micarelli ... Annie
David Morse ... Lt. Terry Colson
Clarke Peters ... Albert Lambreaux
Wendell Pierce ... Antoine Batiste
Jon Seda ... Nelson Hidalgo
Steve Zahn ... Davis McAlary
Elizabeth Ashley ... Aunt Mimi
James Ransone ... Nick
Jim True-Frost ... James Woodrow
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In the Season 2 finale, Jazz Fest takes center stage in New Orleans, giving Treme residents a welcome respite from a challenging year.

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Drama | Music

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3 July 2011 (USA) See more »

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Last of the Chicken Wings
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Performed by Kidd Jordan, Hamid Drake & William Parker
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Another truly fantastic and riveting look into these peoples' lives
2 November 2014 | by Red_IdentitySee all my reviews

Another magnificent season. It's kind of unreal that they were able to keep the show exactly the way it was in the first season while still maintaining its quality and then some. Whereas I felt like a lot of the music drove the first season while we were still getting accustomed to the characters, it sometimes feels like the music isn't as good this season, although it really may just be that I'm so engrossed in these characters' lives that I don't even need it as much any more. Regardless, some great musical events. The ending of 2.09 is one of the most shocking TV scenes I've ever seen, just because it came out of nowhere and usually this show doesn't show stuff like that. Truly sad. The MVP of the season was definitely Khandi Alexander, having more dramatic material (not that her first season wasn't) and absolutely knocking so many of her scenes out of the park in ways I didn't think she was capable of. Overall, perhaps even stronger than the first season.


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