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Hope, heartbreak and a hurricane--all in One Tree Hill’s Season Eight. So many plans glow with happiness in these 22 episodes packed with all the drama that makes Hill fans want to share every minute. Nathan begins an exciting new career. Haley joyfully awaits the arrival of Jamie’s little sister. Brooke and Julian invite all their friends to a wonderful wedding--and Skills makes sure this Tree Hill hitching goes off without a hitch. But darkness mingles with the light. After last season’s shooting, Quinn and Clay fight for their lives. A financial scandal sends someone to prison. And in an all-time-great episode, a ferocious storm pits loved characters in a thrilling life-and-death struggle against a raging river.
(Aug. 17, 2010)
The journeys of those who hail from the town of Tree Hill have been vast, from Nathan and Haley's first kiss to marriage, a son and, most recently, Nathan's return to the basketball court; from Brooke's dedication to her clothing line, Clothes over Bros, to opening herself to the possibility of love with Julian; and from Mouth's battle to win back Millie to Dan's battle to win back his family -- and his life. Now in its seventh season, One Tree Hill continues to explore the journeys of its beloved characters, while seamlessly introducing new favorites. As the series jumps ahead 14 months, these new relationships infuse the history of Tree Hill and change the lives of those who live there. Through it all, these friends and family members realize that life always leads you right where you belong.
(Aug. 25, 2009)
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.
(Dec. 18, 2007)
Goodbye, Tree Hill High. Graduation nears. And with its approach comes the realization that, for students and parents alike, life is changing forever. There are new loves to nurture, old scores still to settle. The longtime triangle of Lucas, Peyton and Brooke finally comes down to two. The memory of Keith - or is it his spirit? - inspires Lucas and Nathan, and haunts Dan. Peyton is terrorized by a stalker. Two expectant mothers are about to raise Tree Hill's population stats. Lucas begins to wonder what really happened the terrifying day Keith died. And the Ravens - led by Coach Whitey Durham - have one last chance for hoops glory and the state championship. Live for now. Make way for what's to come. Hello, future...
(Sep. 26, 2006)
Senior year. A time to grow up, to forget, to forgive, to dream, to learn to love all over again. People come together -- except Dan, consumed by anger as he tracks down whoever started the fire that almost took his life. Tree Hill is rocked by powerful new events -- the good, the bad and the catastrophic. The good: Haley fights to save her marriage, Peyton comes to terms with her birth mother, Brooke creates a hot clothing line, and Keith comes home. The bad: Dan gets a rival for worst person in Tree Hill -- a conniving redhead named Rachel, the new girl at school. The catastrophic: Tragedy strikes Tree Hill High, and suddenly who wins the cheerleading tournament or basketball championship seems insignificant compared to who lives. And who doesn't.
Audio Commentary:With cast and crew on "With Tired Eyes, Tired Minds, Tired Souls, We Slept"
Audio Commentary:With Cast & Crew on "The Show Must Go On".
Documentaries:"Anatomy of an Episode" including all-new cast and crew interviews on what goes into making an episode.
(Sep. 13, 2005)
Explores the lives of teenage half brothers Lucas and Nathan Scott, one a golden boy and the other an abandoned illegitimate child as they try to coexist in the small town of Tree Hill.
Release Date: 13-SEP-2005
Media Type: DVD
(Jan. 25, 2005)
Same town. Same team. Same father. Different lives. Half-brothers rival each other on and off the basketball court in the wildly popular high-school drama that tallied a whopping 185% audience growth among W18-34 from it series premiere to the first season finale.
Additional Scenes:Over 48 minutes of Unaired Scenes with introductions
Audio Commentary:Commentary by the cast and crew on The Pilot (Disc 1), To Wish Impossible Things (Disc 5), The Games That Play Us (Disc 6)
Documentaries:Building a Winning Team: The Making of One Tree Hill - a never-before-seen making-of documentary with interviews with the cast and crew. Diaries From The Set - A behind-the-scenes vignette with the cast of One Tree Hill.
Gag Reel:Christmas Elf Gag
Music Video:Oh, Chariot musical performance by Gavin DeGraw