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Although this has been a
somber weekend, we wish those who celebrate a
beautiful end to their Hanukkah holiday. We continue
to send our prayers and thoughts for strength and
faith to the victims families in Newtown, CT who are
going through the
To all of our American
friends, we wish you a very special and Happy
Thanksgiving! We have a lot to be thankful for this
year, including being grateful for your continued
support despite the fact that One Tree Hill came to
an end this past
spring. We hope you eat lots of turkey and pie, and
enjoy the holiday with your loved ones. This
actually goes to everyone---whether you celebrate
"Turkey Day" or not. Lots of love to all!
We just realized we never
posted this on because of Hurricane Sandy knocking
our power out for a long time. Regardless, we wanted
to upload it now because it was fun. :) Hope you all
had a safe and Happy Halloween!
SOPHIA HAS BEEN A BUSY GIRL! & CHAD HITS MONACO
You would think after nine straight seasons Sophia
would want to take a much deserved vacation, but it
sure doesn't seem like she's slowing down at all.
Not only does she have a new show,
Partners (coming to CBS Mondays this Fall),
but she's been making many appearances on the red
Check out a few photos from some recent events that
have been added to the gallery.
MARK SCHWAHN TALKS RACHEL'S FUTURE, PLUS THAT OTHER
via Zap2it -- "One Tree Hill" ended almost two
months ago, but we're still not really over it. This
weekend, Zap2it attended the
ATX Festival, a weekend-long celebration of all
things television in Austin, Texas. While we managed
to resist presenting executive producer Mark Schwahn
with a mason jar filled with our finale tears, we
couldn't help but ask him about a few of the show's
One of our favorite secondary characters of the
series, Rachel (Danneel Ackles), wasn't mentioned in
the final season, despite her significant
contribution to the Tree Hill mythology. Though she
did go through an unfortunate junkie phase, Schwahn
tells us that in his mind, Rachel landed on her
"In my mind, when the show first started, we
probably would've ended up in the series finale with
a Karen-Keith-Lucas scenario and they would've
become the family they never were," Schwahn told
TVGuide.com at the inaugural ATX Television
Festival. "Tonally it never changed for me. I always
knew where I wanted to leave the show. I wanted it
to be something that the fans invested since Day 1
felt like was speaking to them." |
To all of our amazing American visitors:
We hope you all have a very happy and safe
Independence Day! Whether you're celebrating at the
beach, with a BBQ, hanging at the pool or seeing a
movie -- we hope it's memorable!
Well, this feels weird ... it's
been a few weeks now since the series finale, and it
still feels strange to be over. :-/
As we've said before though, at this time we have no
plans to close OTHWebnet. Over these last few weeks
we've been working on other projects, but plan to
make updates here for you to stay up-to-date
on new projects and happenings with cast and crew of
One Tree Hill.
We'll also be running giveaways and following new
cast projects over at our other home
which we are currently running a pretty big Tyler
MONTH LONG OF TYLER HILTON PRIZES YOU CAN WIN!
Since completing his final run in Tree Hill, Tyler
has been on the road promoting his third studio
album called Forget The Storm. To celebrate the
newly released record, we re dubbing the month of
May TYLER HILTON MONTH ! Yep, you read that right
all Tyler, all the time! We re talking prizes,
concert tickets, phone calls with our guy Ty and fun
games for the next few weeks.
Click the banner below for your chance to win a
PERSONALIZED autographed CD!
TREE HILL'S FINALE: BURNING QUESTIONS ANSWERED
via TV Line -- It s been a little over a week
since we said a sad so long to Nathan Scott & Co.,
and since we re still in the early stages of
mourning (aka denial) we decided a trip back to
One Tree Hill was in order.
Here, creator Mark Schwahn and star James Lafferty
relive the series finale and answer your lingering
questions, which likely include What about Peyton?
Why Bevin? And, of course, How come no one in
Tree Hill ages?!
Were any scenes cut from the series finale? |
Schwahn tells us that, thankfully, the network
agreed to air the uncut OTH finale, so we ve seen it
all. Ready to be shocked? Had the edited version
been broadcast, the I Don t Want to Be singalong
would have been scrapped! [That edit] was really
odd, he muses. |
"It s been interesting," Sophia told OK! at the
concert last night of life after OTH. "I miss seeing
our camera operators and our wardrobe department and
the grips everyday, but I missed being home so much!
It s so wonderful to be there." |
THE "ONE TREE HILL" SMACKDOWN WE'LL NEVER GET TO SEE
via StarNews Online -- Full disclosure: I am not
a shipper by nature. I do not base the merits of a
TV show on whether or not any characters end up
together. I d be fine if Castle and Beckett just
flirted and dated other people for another 6 seasons
of Castle, for example. But there was one One
Tree Hill couple, though, that I always wanted to
share more screen time and not necessarily in a
Since season five, dastardly Dan Scott (Paul
Johansson) and icy Victoria Davis (Daphne Zuniga)
were the only consistent adult characters on the
show. (All the other main characters were in their
20s by that season, but you know what I mean.)
Both could be deliciously evil. Both had
complicated relationships with their offspring.
Both elevated every scene they were in. But they
were almost never in a scene together.
I really, really, really wanted them to be. And I
didn t really care about the circumstances. |
'ONE TREE HILL' STAR JAMES LAFFERTY REFLECTS BACK,
RESPONDS TO TWITTER FAN QUESTIONS
via Ology -- As Nathan Scott put it Wednesday
night on One Tree Hill s final farewell episode,
Don t tell me I never gave you anything. With nine
seasons of first romances, heartbreak, deaths,
stalkers, births, basketball games and more
stalkers, the CW series gave us absolutely
everything we could ask for. Something that could
never be re-crafted ever again. The storylines, the
characters we wanted to be friends with, the
soundtracks and the heartfelt messages rushed back
as Gavin DeGraw sang his last I Don t Want To Be
melody with the cast singing along.
Without hesitation, of course we ll admit to singing
with them while glued to our television sets last
Lead stars James Lafferty, Sophia Bush and Bethany
Joy Lenz gave us nine years of fantastic
performances and left us happily admitting that
there will always and forever be just one Tree Hill.
As the episode concluded, fans continued to flock to
Twitter to reflect on their younger years with the
series. Meanwhile, Lafferty had been answering
questions from the viewers beginning on March 29 all
along in anticipation for when the final credits
That day is here :( TONIGHT we say
#GoodnightOneTreeHill with a 2-hour Series Finale!
Just a warning the
following posts, articles, videos may be spoiler-ish
for you as everything is either a look back on Tree
Hill memories or about the series finale.
ONE TREE HILL" A MESSAGE FROM JOY Well, tonight at 8pm One Tree Hill will air it's
final episode ever, after 9 seasons. I couldn't let
today go by without paying homage to the show where
I grew up, where I learned some of my most important
life lessons, where I learned about being part of a
team and being a professional, and where I fell in
love with a little town and its beautiful people.
I remember my screen test for the character of
"Reagan" (later to be changed to "Haley"). During my
test I was in a room full of executives while
reading the scene with Chad Michael Murray and there
were about 4 other girls going for the part, waiting
in the hallway. There was a moment about halfway
through the reading when I was sitting next to Chad
and I playfully knocked the side of his leg with
mine. I felt the energy of the whole room shift and
I knew at that moment I had gotten the part. As I
walked out to my car, Chad chased me down on the WB
parking lot and said "Bethany!" I turned and he gave
me a big hug, saying, "Congratulations." I smiled
thinking that was very sweet of him but I'd been in
this business long enough to know that nothing's for
sure until you see it on screen. Sure enough, a few
hours later I got a phone call that I had 7 days to
pack up my life and move to Wilmington, North
TAKE A TRIP
DOWN MEMORY LANE!
With the series finale just a few hours away, many
are taking a trip down memory lane and putting
together some of Tree Hill's best moments. Join in
and check out some of these great memories. Then
check out some of OUR own personal ones and
view our photos on Facebook!
It was tough to type that sentence. But tonight, on
the CW, we officially say goodbye to the gang on One
Tree Hill after nine roller-coaster seasons. Want to
prepare yourself for the two-hour sendoff? We've got
all the previews and photos you need to celebrate
One Tree Hill day! That's right, we made it a
national Internet holiday. You can't stop us...
'ONE TREE HILL'
CREATOR MARK SCHWAHN AND STAR SOPHIA BUSH REFLECT ON
THE SERIES FINALE
via Hollywood Reporter -- On Wednesday, the final
episode of The CW's One Tree Hill will air, wrapping
up nine seasons of drama, romance and growing up.
Over the past nine years, the residents of Tree Hill
have matured from awkward, misguided teens to
confident adults, while dealing with the dramatic
dangers of life in Tree Hill including school
shootings, kidnappings and murder.
The majority of the heavy conflicts from season nine
including Nathan s (James Lafferty) kidnapping and
the return of Brooke s (Sophia Bush) attacker Xavier
(Devin McGee) have been resolved, so the final two
hours of the show will focus on saying good bye to
these characters and the world of Tree Hill.
The big 2-hour series finale airs tomorrow night on
the CW at 8pm and we had Shantel VanSanten, who
plays Quinn, in the ClevverTV studios to talk all
about the finale and her favorite memories from the
show. Check out our gallery of photos from the
studio and from the finale below.
In addtion, Shantel told us more about the great
organization she s the spokesperson for, Team True
Beauty. The campaign that focuses on girl s healthy
body images. Their mission is to help everyone feel
confident in who they are and embrace themselves.
It s such an inspiring campaign, and to learn more,
ON BIG MORNING BUZZ LIVE!
Yesterday morning Tyler Hilton appeared on VH1's
morning show Big Morning Buzz!
CLICK HERE to catch the video where Tyler talks
about watch the Buzz in his PJ's, his new album
"Forget the Storm" and the series finale of One Tree
HILL" CAST, CREATORS LOOK BACK ON NINE YEARS
via StarNews Online -- It's been nine years since
"One Tree Hill" began its life in Wilmington. To
commemorate the series finale (8 p.m. Wednesday,
April4, on The CW), StarNews TV columnist Jeff Hidek
conducted more than a dozen interviews with the
show's cast and producers and attended fan events in
Wilmington and Los Angeles in which those closest to
the series reflect on their uncertain beginnings,
passionate fans and favorite experiences in the Port
In spring 2003, as "Dawson's Creek" wrapped its
final season of production, a pilot for another
Warner Bros. series filmed in Wilmington. The pilot,
titled "Ravens," was created by Mark Schwahn and
produced by the team of Mike Tollin and Brian
Robbins. It focused on teen half-brothers Nathan and
Lucas, who lived in the small North Carolina town of
Tree Hill and sparred with each other on the
basketball court while navigating high-school
romances and parental drama. |
HILL': WHERE'S WHITEY? MARK SCHWAHN SPILLS ON COACH
DURHAM'S LIFE POST-RAVENS
via Zap2it -- "One Tree Hill" will bow out in a
two-hour farewell event on Wednesday -- at least,
for the time being. Several familiar faces, like Dan
Scott (Paul Johansson) and Chris Keller (Tyler
Hilton), returned for the final season. Even more
old pals will be seen in Wednesday's series finale.
One person who we haven't checked on for a while,
though, is Coach Whitey Durham.
We caught up with executive producer Mark Schwahn
for one last talk about the show, which, through
nine seasons, has spanned over 15 years of its
characters' lives. Of course, we had to ask him
about our favorite crotchety old coach. Barry Corbin
played the role to perfection in the first four
seasons of the series -- guiding the kids (and their
parents) with an alternately gentle hand and iron
oth-dan-whitey.jpgThe last time we saw him was in
Season 6, when Dan visited him on his ranch and
begged Whitey to kill him, putting him out of his
misery. Wisely, Whitey refused. Since then, there's
been nary a mention of the old guy.
The following clip, from the aptly titled finale
One Tree Hill , finds life-long residents Brooke
and Haley reminiscing about old times, and, once
again, leaving their indelible mark on the tiny
HILL': 187 EPISODES IN 187 WORDS
via Zap2it -- When One Tree Hill reached its
100th episode, I summed up the series in 100 words.
Now that the show is ending with its 187th episode
Wednesday night, I thought I d update and revisit my
Trying to sum up 9 years of relationships, psycho
stalkers, weddings, births, deaths and songs into
187 words ain t easy.
But here you go: A recap of the show s 187 episodes
in 187 words:
Half-brothers Lucas and Nathan play high school
hoops. Evil dad Dan pressures Nathan, ignores Lucas.
Nathan dates his tutor, Haley, best friend of Lucas,
who pines for music-loving Peyton. Cheerleader
Brooke wants Lucas, too. Nathan marries Haley. Lucas
dates Peyton. New characters arrive. Then leave.
Haley sings. Lucas dates Brooke. |
The cast of One Tree Hill shares their all-time
"People are going to expect you to be really great
at sports," Nathan (James Lafferty) tells Jamie
(Jackson Brundage). "But the important thing to
remember is that you don't have any responsibility
to any of those people. Not to them, not to me. You
have to find what makes you happy." |
But over the years, plenty of jokes have been made
about the title of locally filmed drama One Tree
Hill. Recently at a press event in Pasadena,
Calif., a fellow reporter (jokingly, I think) asked
series creator Mark Schwahn about the location the
titular tree in Wilmington.
We couldn t find a hill! Schwahn quipped back.
(It s true. Wilmington is pretty flat. Beach towns
are like that.) |
But just how final is this finale? There's no
denying the popularity of remakes, revamps, and the
ever-trendy "reimaginings" these days. The CW's
"90210" comes to mind, of course. This season alone,
The CW is developing two series -- "The Carrie
Diaries" and "Beauty and the Beast" -- based on
television shows that wrapped years ago.
It's only natural to wonder whether "One Tree Hill"
could resurface, whether as a reunion movie or a
revived series. Zap2it checked in with creator Mark
Schwahn for one last "One Tree Hill" chat this week,
and he told us that he'd certainly consider visiting
Tree Hill again in the future. |