Sex, lies and video tapes--that seems to be what the next episode of One Tree Hill is all about. When we last saw Tree Hill, Victoria and Alexander's tryst got exposed while we learned that Josh was behind the sex tape scam being used to blackmail the producers of Julian's film. But things are about to get a little crazier in the episode "Learning to Fail" because some is about to come out of the closet. To Read More Click Here .
Although viewers are still waiting to hear whether One Tree Hill will get another season, at least one wait is over: After a two-month hiatus, the CW series is back Monday at 8/7c for this season's four final episodes. James Lafferty, who plays Nathan Scott, one of the only original characters left, tells us there are "really gratifying moments for those fans that have hung in there." Read on to see what Lafferty has to say about the season's last episodes, including some big decisions that will be made and where the series stands at the end of the season. To Read More Click Here .
The bad news for Life Unexpected fans is good news for One Tree Hill viewers. While the former CW series ends its first season run tonight, this finale opens the door for the latter, long-running drama to return. On April 26, One Tree Hill will do just that, returning to its 8 p.m. Monday evening timeslot. On the episode "Every Picture Tells a Story," the following developments will take place: * Clay gets ambushed. * Haley struggles with her mom's death. * Skills learns the truth about Lauren. * Brooke and Julian are in for a surprise. Below, we've posted a few photos from the episode, along with the official CW promo for it. Browse through our collection of One Tree Hill quotes and then get psyched for this show's return... Source & Preview & Photos
Watch a sneak peek and check out photos of the upcoming episode of ONE TREE HILL "Every Picture Tells a Story" Season 7 Episode 19 which airs Monday April 26 2010 at 8/7c on The CW. There is no synopsis of the episode yet but the video below will give you a good idea of what to expect. To Read More Click Here .
One Tree Hill recently filmed in Park City, Utah where fans surrounded Main Street to get a glimpse of the cast and crew. The commotion was only natural, though, just like the buzz brought about by the Sundance Film Festival every January. Only this time, the Wasatch Valley Film Festival, a make-believe event, was the one that took place. Warning: Minor spoilers revealed! The fictional film festival will serve as a backdrop for an upcoming episode of the One Tree Hill, which is currently in hiatus and will return with its final four episodes of season 7 (or possibly of the entire series), on April 26. In the episode, one character (presumably Julian) participates in the film festival where the Egyptian Theatre's marquee was changed for the filming to read "Seven Dreams 'Til Tuesday," which appears to be the name of the fictional film in the installment. Meanwhile, you can catch a glimpse of the cast and crew of One Tree Hill right before they film a snowball fight for the episode in the clip below: Source & Preview
It appears that One Tree Hill (like Smallville) is going on a bit of hiatus until April 26 (Smallville returns earlier in the month on April 2). The CW has released a short promo with scenes from the upcoming new episode, but sadly I don't have any photos or synopses to share with you now. Keep checking back for those. We'll post as soon as the network releases them. Source & Preview
Now that the James family drama is seemingly over, and Brooke and Julian are back together, there's no telling how One Tree Hill will spend the final four episodes of season 7 (or possibly the final four episodes of the series). But hopefully, you'll get a sense of the direction of the series with the video clip after the jump. Spoiler Warning: Details about the upcoming episodes of One Tree Hill are revealed in this article. In the 20-second trailer, we get a taste of the repercussions of what went down in Monday's episode, "The Last Day of Our Acquaintance." It's a shame if you missed it because it was one tear-jerking episode. When One Tree Hill returns with new episodes beginning April 26, Alex finds herself in yet another dilemma. This time, she's embroiled in a sex tape scandal, which is apparently being used to blackmail Julian's company. Skills, on the other hand, punches Mouth after he finds out about Mouth and Lauren, and in the process we also learn that Victoria is on the prowl for yet another younger man. Finally, we see more of crazy Katie, Sarah's doppelganger, who seems to have a few stalker tricks up her sleeve now that she's about to invade Quinn and Clay's relationship. Source & Preview
Haley walks in to find her mom lying unconscious on the kitchen floor and realizes that things are not going to be the same again. In the next "One Tree Hill", Nathan comforts Haley who says she is not ready to let Lydia go. As Brooke angrily deals with Alex's tryst with Julian, Lydia's condition worsens, prompting Quinn and Haley to try to reconnect with Taylor. Meanwhile, Clay is forced to deal with Katie's unsettling advances, and Nathan helps Jamie come to terms with Lydia's impending death. "The Last Day of Our Acquaintance" which title is derived from Sinead O'Connor's song, airs on Monday, February 22. Bess Armstrong is back as the mother of the James girls, while Lindsey McKeon reprises her role as Taylor. Source & Preview
It's Bethany Joy Galeotti's turn to go behind the cameras once again after working on the One Tree Hill episode "Screenwriter's Blues," and this time, she'll be adding more emotional layers to the series with a depressing storyline about her character Haley dealing with a seemingly hopeless situation involving her mother Lydia. After learning that her mother is dying of pancreatic cancer, Haley refuses to believe that she'll soon lose her mother. She's trying to look for ways to better her mother's worsening condition but all she has right now is hope. Meanwhile, Brooke and Julian are forced to deal with their volatile relationship in the midst of a hectic movie shoot. Clay and Quinn spend some time apart, and Miranda is desperate to prove to Grubbs (guest star Michael Grubbs of the band Wakey!Wakey!) that she's the right person to produce his album. Source & Preview
Watch a sneak peek of the upcoming episode of ONE TREE HILL "At The Bottom Of Everything" Season 7 Episode 17 which airs Monday February 15 2010 at 8/7c on The CW. Episode Synopsis: Nathan (James Lafferty) tries to help Haley (Bethany Joy Galeotti) and Jamie (Jackson Brundage) confront Lydia's (guest star Bess Armstrong) seemingly hopeless situation, while Brooke (Sophia Bush) and Julian (Austin Nichols) navigate their volatile relationship in the midst of a hectic movie shoot. Meanwhile, Clay (Robert Buckley) and Quinn (Shantel VanSanten) spend some time apart, and Miranda (guest star India De Beaufort) tries to prove to Grubbs (guest star Michael Grubbs of the band Wakey!Wakey!) that she's the right person to produce his album. Lee Norris, Lisa Goldstein and Jana Kramer also star. Bethany Joy Galeotti directed the episode written by John A. Norris Source & Preview