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One Tree Hill TV Show Facts

Reviewed by on Dec 27, 2006
Rating: 4 Star Rating

One Tree Hill, starring Chad Michael Murray and Sophia Bush, is the story of two boys who share the same father and resentment for the man who brought them into the world. Read on to find out more about this teen drama from the CW.

two hour season premiere

The fifth season of One Tree Hill will jump ahead four years! Last season ended with high-school graduation, and the new season starts after college. Obviously a lot has happened to the characters we've come to know so well, and this season will feature a lot of flashing back to those college years as well as moving into the future. If you plan on keeping up with the One Tree Hill gang this year, it might be a good idea to check out seasons one to four on DVD, and you definitely cannot miss the season premiere!


They were from different sides of the track and didn't seem to have anything in common at all - except the same dad. When Lucas and Nathan Scott's worlds collide, it makes for a lot of drama, heartbreak and anger - and one of the hottest shows on TV! There are love triangles, betrayal and some laughter thrown in here and there. Find out more about this CW hit!

Main Cast

  • Lucas Scott - Chad Michael Murray
  • Nathan Scott - James Lafferty
  • Peyton Sawyer - Hilarie Burton
  • Haley James Scott - Bethany Joy Galeotti
  • Brooke Davis - Sophia Bush
  • Mouth McFadden - Lee Norris
  • Skills - Antwon Tanner

Fun Facts

  • One Tree Hill was originally called Ravens.
  • Chad Michael Murray and Sophia Bush were married in real life. Chad popped the question in Australia, where he was filming the flick, House of Wax but after just five months of marriage, the couple has called it quits!
  • Chad Michael Murray won the 2004 Teen Choice Award for TV Breakthrough Male for his role on One Tree Hill
  • James Lafferty played basketball in high school and he won the MVP award for his team, the Hemet High Bulldogs.
  • The One Tree Hill theme song is caleed I Don't Wanna Be and is performed by singer Gavin DeGraw.


"When I fell to the floor tonight, I was so scared, I was so terrified. Then I saw you, and I promised myself that if I could just get up, I'd walk over to you... I'd tell you how much I need you and how much I want you... and how nothing else matters." - Nathan Scott

"Hey. So I saw Nathan in the shower... yeah, no wonder you broke up with him." - Lucas talking to Peyton

"She's young enough to be your daughter, and in this town, she might just be." - Deb Scott talking to Dan about flirting with a young bartender

Season One DVD

Season one of One Tree Hill is now available on DVD! It includes almost an hour of deleted scenes, commentaries from the cast and crew, live performances from Gavin DeGraw and bloopers! You'll also get to check out the Making of One Tree Hill featurette, plus all 22 original first season episodes.
Season One DVD Rating: 4

Season Two DVD

Just like season one, the One Tree Hill season two DVD set includes a ton of awesome extras. Not only do you get all 23 episodes from this explosive season, you also get director and actor commentary during three episodes, 40 minutes of unaired scenes and an introduction to all the new characters from this season. If you're a fan of all the great tunes on this WB series, the DVD set also inculdes a backstage look at the One Tree Hill concert which featured Tyler Hilton and Michelle Branch's new band, The Wreckers!
Season Two DVD Rating: 5

Season Three DVD

Tune into the third season of drama on One Tree Hill any day of the week by picking up season three on DVD. The set comes with all 22 episodes, with commentary from the creator and cast members on two of them. You can also check out half an hour of previously unaired footage and a gag reel. Pick up your season three DVD set today!
Season Three DVD Rating:5

Season Four DVD

Season Four of One Tree Hill was eventful to say the least! If you missed even one episode last year, then this six disc collection is just what the doctor ordered. The set features all 21 episodes from season four, two featurettes, three commentaries with the cast and crew, and a handful of deleted scenes. Get some friends together and catch up on this season before the next one starts!
Season Four DVD Rating: 4

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