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One Tree Hill is a teen television drama created by Mark Schwahn that premiered on September 23, 2003 on The WB Television Network. The show continued to air on The WB until May 3, 2006 as it was announced that the network would merge with UPN to form The CW Television Network. The fourth season began airing on The CW on September 27, 2006 and continues to air on Mondays at 9/8C. On March 3, 2008, The CW announced that One Tree Hill had been renewed for a sixth season.

Production

Conception


As stated on Disc 3 of the first season DVD set, Mark Schwahn originally planned for One Tree Hill to be a feature length film, under the name of Ravens. He pitched the idea around town but under the advice of a WB front man, he revised the movie into an hour long teen drama series. Tree Hill is a fictional town, named from the song "One Tree Hill" by U2. Schwahn had named the town "Tree Hill" because while he was writing the idea for the show he had been listening to the album The Joshua Tree by U2. The show was to be called An Unkindness of Ravens until the network asked Schwahn to change it. Ravens made the show seem more sports-centred and seeing as their lead-in was Gilmore Girls, a show with a largely female audience, it would be better to change the name to broaden the show's appeal.[citation needed] So Schwahn renamed the show One Tree Hill, appropriately so. At the start of the show, fans often asked Schwahn why the show was named One Tree Hill when the town was just called Tree Hill. The question is ostensibly answered when Karen tells Lucas in Episode 1.21 that "There is only one Tree Hill - and it's your home." 1, Tree Hill is also the address of Tree Hill High School.

Cast

Main article: Characters of One Tree Hill


[edit] Original cast


Chad Michael Murray portrays Lucas Scott, the son that Dan never claimed. This led to Keith being the father figure in his life.[4] He and Nathan start out as enemies but bond as friends and as brothers as the show progresses. Lucas' best friend is Haley and he has been a romantic interest for both Peyton and Brooke. Lucas has a serious heart condition, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) which he concealed for a long time. Aside from basketball, his greatest passion is literature and quotes from the books he reads are used on the show. In Season Five, he is a successful writer and head coach of the Ravens basketball team. He was in a relationship with his editor, Lindsey Strauss but conflicted by his feelings for former love Peyton, causing Lindsey to leave him at the altar. In the season finale, he asks one of Brooke, Peyton or Lindsey to marry him. It is not made clear which.
James Lafferty portrays Nathan Scott, the son that Dan did claim, although his relationships with both his parents are strained at the best of times. Nathan marries Haley in Season One and they renew their vows in Season Three, and later becomes a father to James Lucas "Jamie" Scott in Season Four. In Season One, he and Lucas start out as enemies, but bond as friends and brothers as the show progresses. Nathan is the star player of the Ravens and is named "Most Valuable Player" in Season Four. Also, in Season Four, he is investigated for shaving points. He loses his basketball scholarship to Duke University because he admits to shaving points in two games. Basketball has always been his greatest passion and he sees it as his "way out", but in Season Five, a fight leaves Nathan near-paralyzed and his dreams shattered, though he later regains the use of his legs and slowly starts to make a comeback in basketball.
Hilarie Burton portrays Peyton Sawyer, whose two greatest passions in life are music and art; she is an expert in the punk rock genre and uses her art to express the issues that play out in her life. In Season Two, she discovers that she is actually adopted. She has never met her biological father although she has met his son, her half-brother, Derek. After getting to know her birth mother, Ellie, she loses her to breast cancer. In Season Four, Peyton decides to act on her feelings for Lucas and they begin a relationship. This relationship has ended between seasons Four and Five and in Season Five, a lonely Peyton is working for a record company in LA. She and Brooke decide return to Tree Hill, where she starts her own record label, Red Bedroom Records, and battles her feelings for Lucas again.
Bethany Joy Galeotti portrays Haley James Scott, Lucas' best friend, Nathan's wife and Jamie's mother. She is an extremely intelligent woman with high morals. She marries Nathan in Season One and they renew their vows in Season Three, while Season Four sees her give birth to her son, Jamie. In Season Five, as well as balancing roles as a wife and mother, she is an English teacher at Tree Hill High and is also seen to be planning a musical comeback. She is good friends with Peyton, Brooke, Skills, Mouth and Lindsey. In season five she tries very hard to help with a difficult student, Quentin. Haley had a fling with Chris Keller, angering Nathan but the two rekindled their love. Haley is not very good at sports, seeing as she almost failed gym in season one.
Sophia Bush portrays Brooke Davis, captain of the cheerleading squad. Feisty and flirtatious, she dated Lucas twice but neither time their relationship works out. In Season Three, she creates a clothing line, "Clothes Over Bro's". In Season Five, Brooke has made Clothes Over Bro's a household name, but despite her success, she is unhappy in her personal life so she and Peyton return to Tree Hill where Brooke turns a now-closed Karen's Café into a Clothes Over Bro's store. She then reveals her desire to have a baby and looks after Baby Angie, who is in the US for heart surgery. Brooke is devastated when the time comes for Angie to return to her home country.
Paul Johansson portrays Dan Scott, a once great basketball player, who is father to both Nathan and Lucas, although he never wanted anything to do with the latter. After his marriage to Deb crumbles and she and Nathan try to rid themselves of him, Dan's evil comes to the forefront. After Dan finds Deb sleeping with his brother, Keith, a war begins between the two brothers, culminating with Dan fatally shooting his brother in Season Three, believing that Keith had set his car dealership alight. After discovering that Deb was actually behind the fire, Dan tried to make amends by supporting Karen through her pregnancy and started to turn over a new leaf. However, after Lucas discovers he is Keith's murderer, he is placed in jail. Four years later, he is granted parole and tries to redeem himself to his family, because he is dying of HCM. In the season finale, he is knocked down by a car moments before his bleeper goes off to inform him that he is ready for his heart transplant.
Barry Corbin portrays Coach Brian "Whitey" Durham, the Ravens coach for thirty-five years, retiring in Season Four. He and Dan never saw eye-to-eye and often bickered over their differing opinions on the team. Whitey often laments the death of his wife, Camilla, and the fact that he didn't spend more time with her while she was alive. He retires after the Ravens finally win him his much-coveted State Championship title in Season Four but later takes a coaching position in a college three hours away from Tree Hill, so that Nathan has the chance to play college basketball.
Craig Sheffer portrays Keith Scott, Dan's older, kinder, under-achieving brother. After Dan chose Deb over Karen, Keith helped Karen to raise Lucas (acting as a surrogate father to him) and fell in love with her but they only got together in Season Three. He had a recurring drink problem and an ongoing rivalry with his brother which involved him sleeping with Deb and Dan paying Jules to seduce Keith and then dump him to get back at Keith for this. When Dan mistook him for the one who tried to kill him in the dealership fire, he shot him after the siege at Tree Hill High, killing him instantly. Since his death, Karen has given birth to Keith's daughter, Lily. Keith has been haunting Dan as a teen and as an adult ghost, but later forgives him for what he has done. He has guided his nephews as a sort of Guardian angel throughout Season Four.
Moira Kelly portrays Karen Roe, Lucas' mother. Dan abandoned her after she became pregnant in High School and with a lot of help from Dan's brother (and in later years, Karen's lover and father of her second child) Keith, Karen raised Lucas alone. Karen is devastated by Keith's death in Season Three. In Season Four, she gets close to Dan again before learning that he was the one who killed Keith and has given birth to Keith's daughter, whom she names Lily Roe Scott. In Season Five, Karen is traveling the world with Lily and when she returns for Lucas' wedding, she is accompanied by Andy Hargrove.



Plot
There were 22 episodes in Season One, 23 episodes in Season Two, 22 episodes in Season Three, 21 episodes in Season Four and 18 episodes in Season Five.

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