In the series finale, the tenth anniversary of Tric brings old faces and new possibilities for the Tree Hill family.
As Haley prepares to emcee the annual Tree Hill Burning Boat Festival, Brooke uses the opportunity to process her father's betrayal,
while Julian tries to breathe new life into a past idea. Mouth and Millie make a change to their morning show, and Clay and Quinn
get ready for Logan's (recurring guest star PIERCE GAGNON) first night at the beach house.
The search for Nathan becomes increasingly dangerous, and Dan's life hangs in the balance. Brooke is surprised when her father
(recurring guest star RICHARD BURGI) returns. And Clay and Quinn reconnect with Logan (recurring guest star PIERCE GAGNON).
Dan, Julian and Chris Keller attempt to rescue Nathan. Brooke's conflict with Xavier (recurring guest star DEVIN McGEE) escalates. Quinn and Clay revisit the past.
Brooke and Julian take new measures to protect their family. Skills (recurring guest star ANTWON TANNER) helps Mouth get to a turning point, and Chase faces consequences for defending Chuck (recurring guest star MICHAEL MAY). Clay reaches a new understanding with Logan (recurring guest star PIERCE GAGNON). Meanwhile, Haley partners with Dan in his search for Nathan's whereabouts.
Haley receives news of a possible tragedy. Dan's search for Nathan leads him back to his dark past. Clay has a breakthrough in his
treatment. Brooke and Julian deal with Xavier (recurring guest star DEVIN McGEE). Chase's concern for Chuck (recurring guest star
MICHAEL MAY) pushes him to his limits. Former series stars BARBARA ALYN WOODS and ANTWON TANNER guest star. Haley receives news of a
possible tragedy. Dan's search for Nathan leads him back to his dark past. Clay has a breakthrough in his treatment. Brooke and
Julian deal with Xavier (recurring guest star DEVIN McGEE). Chase's concern for Chuck (recurring guest star MICHAEL MAY) pushes him
to his limits. Former series stars BARBARA ALYN WOODS and ANTWON TANNER guest star.
Haley seeks help from Lucas (guest star and former series star CHAD MICHAEL MURRAY) as Nathan makes an escape attempt. Brooke comes face to face with Xavier (recurring guest star DEVIN McGEE). Julian uncovers evidence that assists Dan in his search for Nathan. Clay makes a connection with another patient.
Dan enlists Julian to help in his search for Nathan. Mouth fills Clay in about Nathan, as Haley explains Nathan?s disappearance to Jamie. Brooke gets an idea of how to bring patrons to an empty Karen?s Café, and Chris Keller confronts Chase about Tara (recurring guest star CHELSEA KANE).
As Quinn distracts Jamie, Haley searches for Nathan. Clay finally gets answers about his condition. Meanwhile, Julian attempts to
get back to a normal life, while Brooke tries to give Tara (recurring guest star CHELSEA KANE – Dancing with the Stars) a chance.
As Julian deals with his guilt, Brooke helps Haley confront a new rival café and its difficult owner. Meanwhile, Chase's new girl has a complicated secret, and Quinn takes extreme measures to help Clay realize he's worse off than he thought.
Dan helps a struggling Haley at Karen's Café. Meanwhile, Quinn discovers that Clay is hiding something from her, and Chase tries to
mend a broken heart. Brooke is let down by her lunch plans with her dad, and Julian makes a life-changing mistake.
Brooke discusses a new business venture with her father (recurring guest star RICHARD BURGI – Desperate Housewives), as Julian stresses about his own investment. Quinn convinces Clay to get help, and Millie struggles to be honest with Mouth. Meanwhile, Chris Keller makes Alex (recurring guest star JANA KRAMER) an offer she may not be able to refuse and Nathan volunteers to scout in Europe, leaving Dan with Haley and Jamie.
In the season premiere, as Brooke and Julian begin to adjust to life with their new children, Haley and Nathan find themselves
dealing with similar issues. Although they don't know it yet, faces from the past threaten to interrupt plans for all their futures.
Meanwhile, a mysterious problem arises for Clay and Quinn.
As the long-running hit series One Tree Hill enters its ninth and final season, the show continues to explore the challenges contemporary young people face as they try to build and define their lives. Last season in Tree Hill, there were a number of changes - both personal and professional - including the momentous and captivating marriage of Brooke and Julian and the birth of twins. Now, how will the young couple juggle parenthood and their careers?
In the eighth season finale, as Brooke and Haley prepare to re-open Karen's Café, Nathan and Clay hit the road looking for new prospective clients. Meanwhile, Chase (recurring guest star STEPHEN COLLETTI) heads off for the Air Force leaving behind a disappointed Alex and Chuck (recurring guest star MICHAEL MAY), and Mouth and Millicent begin their new morning show together.
Nathan, Jamie, Clay, Julian, Chase (recurring guest star STEPHEN COLLETTI) and Chuck (recurring guest star MICHAEL MAY) camp out on the river court. Meanwhile, Brooke, Quinn, Alex and Lauren (recurring guest star ALLISON MUNN) take a trip to Puerto Rico.
Family can be a little stressful. But there's always a chance to patch things up...maybe. Catch One Tree Hill, all new this Wednesday 8/7c.
Will this be the year dreams come true? Dreams of a basketball comeback (Nathan), of musical success (Haley), of finding happiness (Peyton), of finding a decent job (Mouth), of being like his hero Q (Jamie), of saving the Clothes Over Bro's brand from her rhymes-with-witch mom (Brooke), or of marrying the right girl (Lucas and speaking of Lucas, just which one is the right girl?). What isn't a dream: Dan learning what it's like to be on the other side of a sadist-victim relationship, Skills' and Deb's hookup threatening to come unhooked and all the love and heartbreak, suspense and surprises that 24 powerful Season 6 episodes on 7 discs can hold.
Quinn and Clay yell at each other. One Tree Hill is all-new Wednesday at 8/7c on The CW.
See the opening scene from the premiere of One Tree Hill season seve.
Go behind the scenes at the Practice Court.
Go behind the scenes of a One Tree Hill table read.
Hello again! Four-and-a-half years after the searing and surprising events that marked their final days at Tree Hill High, old friends return to their North Carolina hometown. Some of them reached the goals they set as teens: Lucas published his novel, Brooke rocked the fashion world as an acclaimed couturiere and Haley became the teacher she always yearned to be. Some didn't: Peyton crashed and burned in L.A., and Nathan saw his promise of pro hoops glory evaporate in a single, violent moment. But once they're back home in this involving 5-Disc, 18-Episode Season Five Set, everyone discovers so much is the same: love, friendship, challenges, triumphs, laughs, tears...and dreams. As Lucas says, it's just the beginning.
As ONE TREE HILL continues to grow and break new ground, the show enters its ninth season with close to 200 episodes under its belt. Last season in Tree Hill, there were a great number of changes -- both personal and professional...
In season two, as Nathan is increasingly brought into the world Lucas knew before he joined the high school team, the two boys begin acting like brothers, not enemies, for the first time.
As One Tree Hill continues to grow and break new ground, the show enters its eighth season with more than 150 episodes under its belt. And the best is yet to come. This season finds Brooke Davis happier than ever. Recently engaged to Julian Baker...
The star of the basketball team, Nathan Scott was raised to inherit his father's throne amidst popularity and wealth, while his half-brother, Lucas, was raised in modest surroundings, the only child of a single mom. When Lucas joined the Ravens team, his transition into Nathan's world created a love triangle with Peyton Sawyer.
Even before One Tree Hill reached 100 episodes and set a precedent in storytelling technique by leaping through time, the popular series consistently set high marks in the drama department. From creator Mark Schwahn, the series focuses on two very different brothers.
Aside from basketball, Nathan Scott (James Lafferty) and Lucas Scott (Chad Michael Murray) have little in common -- but the two young men share the same father, Dan (Paul Johansson). Arrogant, wealthy and assured, Nathan is the star of the high school basketball team. Quiet and driven, Lucas is a legendary player on the playground and the product of a working single mom, Karen (Moira Kelly). After growing up in opposite worlds in the same small town, the half-brothers find their lives colliding. In the middle of the crossroads is Peyton (Hilarie Burton), Nathan's beautiful girlfriend who may have more in common with Lucas, and Lucas' platonic best friend, Haley (Bethany Joy Galeotti). Sophia Davis also stars as Brooke.
Now in its sixth season, One Tree Hill explores its beloved characters' journeys as they face the possibility of their dreams coming true, and the heartbreaking reality that being an adult isn't as easy as it seems. Through it all, these friends realize that life always leads you right where you belong.
Featuring a hot young cast including Chad Michael Murray, James Lafferty, Sophia Bush, Hilarie Burton and Bethany Joy Galeotti, One Tree Hill follows the inhabitants of the town of Tree Hill. Season three finds many questions still unanswered.
Now in its seventh season, One Tree Hill jumps ahead 14 months ahead in the journeys of its beloved characters. Joining the cast are Austin Nichols as Julian; Shantel VanSanten as Hayley's sister, Quinn; and Robert Buckley, as Nathan's sports agent.
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