"One Tree Hill" executive producer Mark Schwahn has never shied away from cliffhangers, as evidenced by his Season 7 finale, which ended with two characters shot and bleeding despite a still uncertain Season 8 pickup.
This season, Schwahn may be a little more cautious. "I'm not a fan of ending our series on a cliffhanger," he assures Zap2it. "I don't intend to do that. Do I think that this is our final season? Right now, my instinct says yes, but anything can happen. We still love making this show, and if the network wants us back, we'll keep going."
In the meantime, the "One Tree Hill" team awaits word from The CW on whether or not they'll receive a full 22-episode order. Reports have been conflicting. "Right now, we're already talking about Episode 11 in the writers' room," Schwahn says. "We're trying not to let the 'will-we-get-picked-up' question impact the way that we tell our stories, but it's coming down to the wire.''
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