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Tremé is not a show that is reliant on one big star; this is a magnificent ensemble.
• THE AMBITION Tremé deals with serious themes, not least the relationship between culture and community, and how they help and serve each other. The revival of New Orleans after the Katrina disaster is ultimately used as a way of looking at where 21st-century America is headed.
And don't forget the great food (chefs feature heavily in the plot lines).
New Orleans is also even more idiosyncratic than Baltimore, the setting for the Wire, and that's what makes it so interesting.
And, despite all its manifold problems, New Orleans is a fantastic, dynamic location for a show.
It's so visual – the parades, funerals and Mardi Gras Indians – as well as being so joyfully musical.
But I suspect Tremé will just grow in popularity once it has finally finished and will end up being regarded as a masterpiece, a show to place alongside The Wire.
What a pity that so few people are tuning in to watch it.