While One Tree Hill may be known for soapy plotlines mixed in with a few psycho killers (RIP, Nanny Carrie), the heart of the series has always been the relationships. As the show embarks on its ninth and final season, we were on the set with the cast as they warned that it's definitely not all rainbows and butterflies for the core couples. From Nathan's absence to an accident involving one of Brooke and Julian's babies, see what to expect when One Tree Hill returns (Wednesday, 8/7c, The CW).
One Tree Hill's Chase might've been introduced as a celibate "clean teen" in Season 4, but these days he's finding himself in a love triangle. "I like to blame it on the girls," Stephen Colletti jokes to TVGuide.com. "They came after him."
While his character has been getting close again with Alex, played by Jana Kramer, Colletti hopes he gets back together with ex-girlfriend Mia, played by musician Kate Voegele.
Dancing with the Stars contestant Chelsea Kane has found romance with One Tree Hill actor Stephen Colletti.
"We were set up on a blind date by my manager," she told Us Weekly.
When One Tree Hill ended last year, several characters got happy endings. Brooke (Sophia Bush) got her proposal, and Haley (Bethany Joy Galeotti) and Nathan (James Lafferty) found out they were expecting Baby No. 2. (Left-for-dead couple Clay (Robert Buckley) and Quinn (Shantel VanSanten)? Not so much.)
Series creator Mark Schwahn says when the show returns on Tuesday (8/7c on The CW), the good times won't immediately be ripped apart. In many ways, Season 8 will be a return to the...
Hey Tree Hillers, Megan here. Walter couldn't blog tonight, but I'm sure he'll be catching up on this week's confessions soon enough. Leave it to OTH to create a graduation day like no other.There's something about a cap and gown that hides all the painful memories for just a moment those few minutes that mark a step forward, even if it seems like these students walked in dizzying circles of deceit and unfortunate circumstances right from the first day of freshman year. There may be a wedding ring or two, a bun in the oven, missing parents, and unfinished speeches, but watching our Tree Hill seniors get their diplomas (nice wipeout, Bevin!) was one of those musical CW moments you just had to sink into or at least I did. Not surprising that Haley went into labor in the middle of her inspirational words, but I guess we'll have to wait until the finale to see if it's a false alarm or not
and also to see if graduating plus partying really does equal Brooke Davis minu...