Haley's Sis, Two Others to Fill Void Left by Exiting Tree Hill Stars - Featured


Goodbye Leyton, hello .... Clayton?


Less than 24 hours after word broke that neither Chad Michael Murray nor Hilarie Burton will be returning for One Tree Hill's seventh season, there is new intel on exactly who will be filling the void.


Though early reports suggested that only two new faces would be arriving in Tree Hill, it looks like we might get three, based on casting call info obtained by Spoiler TV.


For starters, there's Quinn, one of Haley's older sisters. She is described as "a free spirit... strong-willed ... but also self-effacing." She'll hit town toting a broken heart. Note: Quinn is not to be mistaken for Taylor, the sis of Haley's who took Nathan's V-card - though that sure could have been a fun reunion.


Tree Hill viewers also will meet Alexis, the "gorgeous" new face of Brooke's clothing line. My favorite bit on this beauty: "She has never met a party she didn't like." Watch out, Wilmington!


Lest female fans not get any new eye candy, there's also a casting call out for Clayton, who in addition to desperately needing a name change is a sports agent who crosses paths with Nathan. The foundation for this "handsome" lad's arrival is laid in the Tree Hill season-ender airing May 18.


To the fans who were poised to drop the show from their TiVo in light of losing Lucas and Peyton: Does any of the above change your mood?


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May 14, 2009 5:35PM EDT

Peyton always has been the worst part of the show. I am sorry and I know I will get screamed at but she is soooo annoying. I think it would suck if Lucus left Just beacuse if you lose two main characters of the show at once it won't really feel like one tree hill (which it hasn't) and they should just end the series. After re watching the earlier seasons this show has not been good for the last year and they should have ended it last year.

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May 18, 2009 11:04AM EDT

I know the feeling. I dony think anything they do will really make me want to watch anymore.

They are replace brucas with brulian. Julain is the new luke. it brucas part 2. They will never compare to brucas same with leyton. The show already lost viewers when lucas chose peyton. So if they both leave what the lose of more viewer going to do. They can add as many new character as they want it still wont change alot of peoples mind. The more you add if becomes a whole different show. Anyway it hasnt been the same in a long time.

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May 18, 2009 11:58AM EDT

It's weird, recently I get the impression that shows, which really need to go on are on the edge of beeing cancelled (Chuck, Dollhouse) or even have been ditched alltogether (Veronica Mars, Pushing Daisies, Gilmore Girls, Scrubs, even though the last had a very cool finale) while others are sort of desperately held on to even though there are really no more stories to be told (Grey's - getting better with the Owen/Christina and Lexi/Marc relationships but still season four was pain in the ***; OTH - really, they should have ended it with Lucas chosing Peyton and that be the end of it).It's so sad seeing a good show go bad and eventually get an even worse finale. Who wants that?

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May 18, 2009 11:08PM EDT

Not one bit. I absolutley hate when shows replace characters -- I think it is the worst thing a show can do. When you're watching the same people for six years, you don't want to see somebody new replace them! It's just crap. I'd much rather there be nobody there then for them to be replaced. I realize they'd have to make some characters that are already there main ones, and there's always new people being thrown in, but replacing them is just crap. They should've figured out that Chad and Hilarie weren't coming back earlier, and then written the show with a series ending for season 6. Shows don't last when ONE main character leaves, let alone two.

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