One Tree Hill
"As most of you know, tonight is a very special night for us, so I'd like to thank you all for being here. The time that we have spent together over the years has meant so much. and without you, we wouldn't be here tonight. Thank you." —Haley James Scott
You are so welcome.
One Tree Hill signed off forever last night and that "thank you," delivered to the SRO crowd at Tric, was clearly also aimed at the fans who've stuck by the show over nine seasons of naysayers ...
Bethany Joy Galeotti
Shows come and go, but every once in a while there's one that sticks with you -- and sometimes you 're not even sure why. In 2003, a little show called One Tree Hill debuted, attempting to fill my deep void from the loss of my beloved Dawson's Creek. From the moment I was introduced to Brooke, Peyton, Lucas and Haley (Nathan had to grow on me), I knew I had made lifelong connections to each of these characters.
One Tree Hill Creator Mark Schwahn: The series finale will acknowledge the fans
Lennon Parham and Jessica St. Clair
You know how Ellis, the smarmy assistant-from-hell on Smash, has become the most reviled character on TV this season? That's only because most people haven't been subjected yet to Best Friends Forever, the poisonous new sitcom NBC is launching tonight (8:30/7:30c) in the deep, deep rabbit hole of its woeful Wednesday night lineup — which has already claimed the much more enjoyable (though virtually invisible) Bent, ending its run tonight (9/8c) after only three weeks of back-to-back episodes.
One Tree Hill, Sophia Bush and Austin Nichols
One Tree Hill may be ending on Wednesday, but creator Mark Schwahn doesn't want viewers to say goodbye to his beloved characters just yet.
"I like the idea of life goes on in Tree Hill," Schwahn tells TVGuide.com. "We're still here; we're just not going to see you each week."
Exclusive Video: Watch one of the final scenes from One Tree Hill's River Court
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After nearly nine years and 187 episodes, One Tree Hill is coming to an end this week. But before saying our final goodbyes to Nathan, Haley, Brooke and the gang, we take a look back at some of the show's memorable most moments. From psycho stalkers to heart-breaking deaths, here are our Top 9 One Tree Hill moments:
One Tree Hill, James Lafferty and Jackson Brundage
In One Tree Hill's final scenes from River Court, one of the show's most sentimental central locations, Nathan explains to his son Jamie that there's more to life than basketball — a lesson Nathan's own father certainly never taught him.
The cast of One Tree Hill shares their all-time favorite episodes
Bent is still in bad shape.
After premiering to dismal ratings last week, the Amanda Peet comedy dipped ...
Jon Hamm and Jimmy Fallon
Our top moments of the week:
15. Best Bombshell, Part I: On the Switched at Birth season finale, just hours after Regina goes on a date with another man and seems poised to finally get over her no-good baby daddy, John tells her that the best way to save Angelo from deportation would be to marry him. Hm, we're pretty sure getting married isn't in the "Getting Over Your Ex" handbook.
14. Biggest Head-scratcher: The Voice coach Cee Lo Green is the most daring of the show's four mentors, but sometimes he pushes the envelope a little too much for our taste. When he pits arrogant...
Bent is all but broken.
The Amanda Peet comedy premiered Wednesday to a dismal 2.8 million viewers and a 1.0 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic. Its second episode fell to 2.4 million and a 0.9. The numbers are the worst for a new NBC comedy premiere all season. Whitney, Are You There, Chelsea?, Up All Night and Free Agents all opened to at least 6 million viewers ...
One Tree Hill's Dan Scott may be on his deathbed during Wednesday's episode, but he's not down for the count just yet.
"When the great nuclear fallout happens and virtually life is destroyed, Dan will be the cockroach that survives within the ashes," Paul Johansson tells TVGuide.com.
One Tree Hill's Chad Michael Murray: I came back for the fans