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'One Tree Hill' Video: Chelsea Kane is the New Bad Girl

Things are about to get complicated for Chase on One Tree Hill . The next episode, "Don't You Want to Share the Guilt?," marks the arrival of the newest bad girl in town, Tara. Played by Dancing with the Stars contestant Chelsea Kane (who is also Stephen Colletti's real-life girlfriend), Tara will certainly make the lives of many Tree Hill residents more complicated.

One Tree Hill Teaser & Clip: Quinn vs. Clay!

Be warned, One Tree Hill fans: You are in for some intense drama on Wednesday night. Following the events from last week , Julian and his guilt will be front and center on "Don't You Want to Share the Guilt?," while Haley will confront a rival cafe with Brooke's help and Quinn will go to extreme measures to get through to Clay. But it won't be easy. At all. Check out the official CW preview for the installment to come, following by a clip of Quinn and Clay seriously going at it. But not in the naked sense...

Exclusive First Look: Stephen Colletti and Chelsea Kane Get Hot and Heavy on One Tree Hill

It didn't take long for One Tree Hill' s Chase to get steamy with someone new. In our first-look photo, Chelsea Kane begins her multiple episode arc as Tara, the new girl getting extremely cozy with recently single Chase ( Stephen Colletti ). Read More...

'One Tree Hill' Video: Clay's Big Fight with Quinn Revealed

Every One Tree Hill fan remembers the brilliant opening of season 9 which showed some extremely tragic moments in the lives of all the major characters. It seems those clips were flash forwards to key moments from the rest of the season, and this week we'll get our first look at one of them.

TV ratings: 'American Idol,' 'Touch' preview solid for FOX Wednesday, 'CSI' up for Marg Helgenberger's goodbye

Fast national ratings for Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2012"American Idol" was predictably down some from its premiere last week, but Wednesday's episode was still far and away the highest-rated show of the night. It also gave a preview airing of FOX's new drama "Touch" a pretty good launchpad.Elsewhere, Marg Helgenberger's "CSI" farewell gave the show its best ratings of the season, but "Are You There, Chelsea?" took a hit for NBC.FOX delivered 15.7 million viewers and a 9.0 rating/14 share in households for the night, winning by a comfortable margin over CBS (11.9 million, 7.6/12). ABC (4.4 million, 2.9/5) finished a distant third with a night of repeats. NBC took fourth with 4 million viewers and a 2.7/4, and The CW (1.1 million, 0.7/1) trailed.FOX also easily led the adults 18-49 demographic with a 5.2 rating. CBS came in second with a 2.9. ABC's 1.5 was good enough for third, topping NBC (1.3) and The CW...

One Tree Hill's Lisa Goldstein: Millie Struggles to Confront Mouth About His Weight Gain

How do you tell your boyfriend he's gotten fat? That's a question One Tree Hill' s Millie will face on Wednesday's episode. "Mouth has no idea what's wrong," Lisa Goldstein tells "He hasn't taken a good look at himself in the mirror and Millie is struggling with how to tell him." Read More...

One Tree Hill “Love The Way You Lie” Season 9 Episode 3

One Tree Hill  “Love The Way You Lie” Season 9  Episode 3  airs Wednesday January 25 at 8pm on The CW. Episode Synopsis:  Dan (Paul Johansson) helps a struggling Haley (Bethany Joy Galeotti) at Karen’s Café. Meanwhile, Quinn (Shantel VanSanten) discovers that Clay (Robert Buckley) is hiding something from her, and  Chase  (Stephen Colletti) tries to mend a broken heart. Brooke (Sophia Bush) is let down by her lunch plans with her dad, and Julian (Austin Nichols) makes a life-changing mistake. James Lafferty, Tyler Hilton, Lee Norris and Jackson Brundage also star. Read More...  

One Tree Hill Preview: Scary Fairy Tales...

One Tree Hill is now two-for-two on season nine. The CW drama delivered another strong episode last night. Can it continue the momentum with next Wednesday's "Love the Way You Lie?" While the following promo is a bit vague, we can confirm the installment will feature: Dan assisting Haley at Karen's Cafe. Chase attempting to mend a broken heart. Quinn learning of a secret Clay has been hiding from her. Julian making a life-changing decision. Directed by Paul Johansson, get a look at the episode now:

Sophia Bush teases 'One Tree Hill' trauma to come and the 'perfect' series finale

Occasionally, when we talk to "One Tree Hill" star Sophia Bush, the lines between fiction and reality begin to blur. We mean that as a compliment -- after nine years of watching the show, the place where Sophia ends and Brooke Davis begins has become less defined. Sophia knows the feeling. "We were shooting a scene in the finale and Brooke was revisiting the high school hallways," she says. (The high school sets were rebuilt for the final episodes... so prepare your kleenex and wine supply now.) "I walked in there and it was like everything I'd ever experienced as Brooke Davis and also as myself, all my best days... all my worst days... as a young girl making mistakes and a young girl having great success-- whatever it was, it all came back to me and it was incredible emotional." When the director wrapped the scene and said, "Let's move on," the words hit...

One Tree Hill's James Lafferty: Nathan Actually Needs Dan In His Life This Season

Will One Tree Hill 's Dan Scott gain forgiveness in this final season? As the resident villain, Dan ( Paul Johansson ) has long been shunned by his son Nathan ( James Lafferty ) and his family, but on the Season 9 premiere a much more broken-down Dan returned to town in hopes of convincing Nathan and his wife Haley to help him to get back on his feet. "In the past, Dan's presence has brought a lot of turmoil and conflict, but this year, the way he colors Nathan's life is much, much different," Lafferty tells "Nathan's actually going to need Dan a bit more this year."