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The HBO series Treme may be cancelled after its contracted fourth season.
The show’s creator, David Simon, has drawn up stories for the show’s upcoming third season and into a potential fourth season. He and the show’s producers submitted this plan to HBO.
The show focuses on residents of New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
However, Treme’s ratings have declined since its first season. The show’s second season premiere had half the audience of the pilot. The green light of a third season of the show surprised many people.
There will be two new characters added to the third season. Sam Robards will play a restaurant investor and Chris Coy will play a reporter based on real-life journalist A.C. Thompson. Thompson, who detailed the federal response to Katrina, has served as a consultant on the show.
The third season is set to begin airing in the spring.