Thursday, March 26, 2009

Treme by David Simon

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David Simon is one of my favorite creators of television shows. He was a journalist that wrote the book Homicide that the television was created from. Later he went on the create the HBO series The Wire. He's down here in New Orleans right now creating another new series called Treme. You can read more about it here. I'm excited because its David Simon and because it's going to feature a lot of New Orleans' musicians.
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aims said...

Thanks for posting - I loved Homicide, and have been meaning to get The Wire on dvd. I guess I was one of the few who watched Fox's K-Ville last year.

JohnH985 said...

I missed K-Ville when it came on. If you haven't seen the Wire get it. It's one of the best shows ever done on tv. I loved it.

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