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19 items from 2012

Q&A: Ben Savage on 'Boy Meets World' Sequel

5 December 2012 9:20 AM, PST | | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Save for some bit roles in a smattering of unremarkable TV shows, the world hasn't heard much from Ben Savage since 2000. That's when his reign as Cory Matthews, the lovable goofball lead on the seminal Nineties sitcom Boy Meets World, came to an end. But last week, with one tweet, Savage returned to our lives: "I'm going to be a father!" the 32-year-old wrote. "Well, on TV at least. The 'Boy Meets World' sequel is officially happening!"

Yes,  much to the delight of twentysomething Tgif aficionados everywhere, Boy Meets World »

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‘One Tree Hill’ Season 9 Episode 13 (Series Finale): A Truly Magnificent End, with Great Dialogue & Throwbacks

5 April 2012 1:38 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Millions of fans said goodbye to One Tree Hill this week as the two hour series finale made it to our television screens. The finale began with a special one hour retrospective with creator, Mark Schwahn and the cast. Not often does a creator of a hit show and the cast come together to talk about what makes their show and the experience of making it so special, with their connection to the fans at the forefront. As Bethany Joy Lenz wrote on her blog, “In a strange way, an indirect way… I supposed we raised each other.”

“It’s about falling in love, it’s about making someone proud of you, it’s about being proud of yourself. It’s about that quiet voice that tells you, you could do better.” – Mark Schwahn

Schwahn said it best when he said, “What’s real about it are the emotions behind it and the people. »

- Melody Simpson

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‘One Tree Hill’ Series Finale: Photo Gallery – Apr. 4 2012

4 April 2012 7:52 AM, PDT | | See recent news » ‘One Tree Hill’ on the CW is coming to an end with the series finale that will air tonight.

The two-hour finale will have the characters and their stories wrapping up after being followed by fans for years now.

For the upcoming finale, Hollywood News has a photo gallery sneak peek of the episode.

Enjoy the photo gallery!

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"One Tree Hill" - Pictured (L-r): Sophia Bush as Brooke and Austin Nichols as Julian

In the final chapter of ‘One Tree Hill,’ the tenth anniversary of Tric brings old faces and new possibilities for the Tree Hill family. Sophia Bush, James Lafferty, Bethany Joy Galeotti, Austin Nichols, Robert Buckley, Shantel VanSanten, Jackson Brundage, Lee Norris, Lisa Goldstein, Stephen Colletti, Tyler Hilton and Paul Johansson star. The episode was written and directed by Mark Schwahn.

Images courtesy of The CW

To see more photo galleries click here. »

- Molly Sullivan

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One Tree Hill Series Finale: Get Ready to Say Goodbye

3 April 2012 4:43 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

After nine seasons, One Tree Hill is ready to say goodbye. But, are the fans ready to let go of the last WB show on The CW?

On April 4, the CW presents a special 2-hour series finale of One Tree Hill, written and directed by Mark Schwahn. Take a look inside the finale, with these photos, featuring Austin Nichols as Julian, Sophia Bush as Brooke, Shantel VanSanten as Quinn, Bethany Joy Galeotti as Haley, James Lafferty as Nathan, Austin Nichols as Julian, Stephen Colletti as Chase, Robert Buckley as Clay, Richard Burgi as Ted and Daphne Zuniga as Victoria.

There’s also one last look at Karen’s Cafe.

What will you miss the most about One Tree Hill? Which character deserves the final line? Who had the best story arcs throughout Oth’s nine seasons? Let us know your thoughts below.

Click thumbnails to enlarge and browse the gallery: »

- Bags Hooper

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‘One Tree Hill’ Season 9 Episode 12 Review: Anyone Who Had a Heart

29 March 2012 1:35 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

The final episode of One Tree Hill before the series finale brought mixed emotions. Last week delivered the goods while this week may have left some at the gate. What a disappointment it has been to watch the final season with barely any James Lafferty and find that this week, even after Nathan has been rescued, there still wasn’t much to show here. After last week’s incredibly powerful and momentous episode for the Scotts, they took a backseat this week, leaving out some much anticipated depth. With a two hour series finale airing next week and Peyton and Lucas to look forward to, perhaps this was the calm after the storm and before the big hoorah. That said, was anybody else expecting a bit more?

“And just because I referenced Dirty Dancing does not mean I’m not serious right now.” – Julian

In “Anyone Who Had a Heart, »

- Melody Simpson

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'One Tree Hill' Season 9 Episode 11 Review: Danny Boy

22 March 2012 2:07 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

What a moving introduction last night on One Tree Hill. There was so much anxiety, anger, and then warmth. In the words of a fellow One Tree Hill viewer, “I’m about to cry and I don’t even cry over television shows. This is too sad.” “Danny Boy” was undoubtedly the most emotionally draining episode of the season. It reminded me of the season three finale, all of that emotion in the final moments coming like a sudden flood. Haley (Bethany Joy Lenz) seemed to have tears flowing in every scene, making us all wrecks throughout. Bethany Joy Lenz was phenomenal. Danny’s death was inevitable but even knowing what was coming, what a heartbreaking episode this was. The villain turned hero met his with loved ones surrounding him.

“Am I in hell?” – Dan

“Not yet.” – Deb

As disappointing as it was for Lucas not come and visit Dan (Paul Johansson) on his deathbed, »

- Melody Simpson

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‘One Tree Hill’ Season 9 Episode 10 Review: Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will

15 March 2012 11:44 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

One Tree Hill delivered one of the most thrilling episodes of the season, arguably the series this week with “Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will.” Even the soap opera nature of the Xavier story line can be overlooked given just how much these scenes kept our hearts racing. Father and son were reunited. A mother and wife found herself all alone with a maniac. And one man finally found closure. What a phenomenal episode!

“He’s not dead. Well, I guess he could be dead by now.” – Dan

Dark as this episode was, there was plenty of comedy to keep us laughing along the way.The boys sure brought the laughs this week. Who would have ever guessed that Dan (Paul Johansson), Julian (Austin Nichols), and Chris Keller (Tyler Hilton) would make such a dream team? It also must be pointed out what a fine drinking game there was this week, »

- Melody Simpson

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'One Tree Hill' Season 9 Episode 9 Review: Every Breath is a Bomb

8 March 2012 1:56 PM, PST | | See recent news »

The predator became the prey in this week’s episode of One Tree Hill which was one of the best episodes of the season. The writers are brilliant but a favorite ability of theirs is how they so cleverly craft the parallels between the stories. Every decision made by a main character is made out of love and while love prevails, there are still going to be a few bumps on the way. Some of the new targets got what they deserve while others were able to outsmart for the time being. “Every Breath is a Bomb” brought quite a thrill to Tree Hill and was able to engage us in every single moment. It’s a good thing the soap opera ending was indeed the ending of the episode. Had it been any earlier on in the episode, the entire flow of the episode would have been ruined. Smart »

- Melody Simpson

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One Tree Hill – Every Breath Is a Bomb Clip and TV promo

2 March 2012 1:34 AM, PST | Boomtron | See recent Boomtron news »

The CW sent over One Tree Hill teasers for fans marching through the Oth final season, allowing us to over a clip and tv promo for next week’s episode, titled “Every Breath is a Bomb” (airing March 7th). The shorter tv tease focuses on Sophia Bush and Austin Nichols dealing with a problem, while the longer clip deals with Clay and Quinn. This week we also got the news that One Tree Hill’s finale, set for April 4, will be part of what is being described as “a two-hour event”, which will also include some visits from special guests and a look back at the Oth’s most memorable moments. Sounds like it will offer a little closure for the loyal fans.

Along with the clips below, we have the official episode summary for ”Every Breath is a Bomb”.

Brooke (Sophia Bush) and Julian (Austin Nichols) take new measures to protect their family. »

- Jay Tomio

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‘One Tree Hill’ Season 9 Episode 8 Review: A Rush of Blood to the Head

1 March 2012 9:16 AM, PST | | See recent news »

This week’s episode of One Tree Hill was magnificent, perhaps the best of the season so far. “A Rush of Blood to the Head” brought many old faces back to town, making Tree Hill more at home than it has been in awhile. There were plenty of tears shed, much to momentarily fear, and still plenty to smile and laugh about. It gets better and this episode was a beautiful look into the journey to that better.

“Have we really had our last conversation? Our last kiss?” – Haley

No time was wasted getting to the part that nobody ever wants to experience. Haley (Bethany Joy Galeotti) going in to identify what was believed to be Nathan’s (James Lafferty) body was one of the most painful scenes to watch since we did not know how the scene would end. Every second seemed to last forever and each second was »

- Melody Simpson

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Sophia Bush and One Tree Hill – Preview Tonight’s Episode

29 February 2012 4:45 AM, PST | Boomtron | See recent Boomtron news »

One Tree Hill‘s “A Rush of Blood to the Head” (9.08) airs tonight on the CW, who was good enough to send us along a gallery of episode promo images to get you properly tweaked for the home stretch of week long wait for fans. Last week we brought you video teasers for “A Rush of Blood to the Head, so this batch of photos should complete your week’s One Tree Hill prep!

We are counting down One Tree Hill’s ninth and final season, but loyal Sophia Bush (Brooke Davis) fans will be able to catch her on CBS’s new pilot for  Partners, a half hour comedy from the creators of Will and Grace. With the image gallery below is the episode’s official summary, enjoy!

Barbara Alyn Woods And Antwon Tanner Guest Star — Haley (Bethany Joy Galeotti) receives news of a possible tragedy. Dan’s (Paul Johansson »

- Jay Tomio

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‘One Tree Hill’ Season 9 Episode 7 Review: Last Known Surroundings

23 February 2012 3:38 PM, PST | | See recent news »

One Tree Hill returned to its roots this week with the return of Lucas Scott (Chad Michael Murray) and his crazy hair. Butterflies fluttered and it seemed to become easier to breathe with Lucas around, as Haley (Bethany Joy Galeotti) was in the midst of a great storm. The focus stayed exactly where it needed to be in “Last Known Surroundings” and shed a bright light on Dan (Paul Johansson), the soon to be redeemed yet again man and a certain character who none of us would have ever guessed to be the one we really needed to keep our guard up with. There were some jaw dropping moments last night and the blood was rushing through my veins more than it has in quite some time watching this show, so if you missed it, you really missed out!

“You can’t take my fear.” – Nathan

Nathan’s (James Lafferty) strength knows no bounds. »

- Melody Simpson

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‘One Tree Hill’ Season 9 Episode 6 Review: Catastrophe and the Cure

16 February 2012 11:08 AM, PST | | See recent news »

We’re hitting the halfway mark of One Tree Hill the final season and while “Catastrophe and the Cure” may have been more of a catastrophe, there were still a few moments worth smiling about. Though for the most part, the tone of this episode may have reminded viewers of our least favorite moments on the show in the past.

“Anything I can do?” -Mouth

“Yeah. Go easy on the carbs.” – Dan

At this point, Nathan (James Lafferty) is officially reported missing and is trying to figure out why exactly a group of gangsters want to kill him. Apparently, basketball is taken far too seriously overseas in the world of One Tree Hill. Sure, these gangsters added an element of danger that we must take seriously since we do not know who exactly is going to be the one to die by the time the series is over. At the same time, »

- Melody Simpson

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‘One Tree Hill’ Season 9 Episode 4 Review: Don’t You Want to Share the Guilt?

2 February 2012 1:09 PM, PST | | See recent news »

One Tree Hill delivered yet another moving episode this week with the airing of “Don’t You Want to Share the Guilt?” There was so much guilt to be felt but an even greater abundance of compassion, understanding, and yes, competition. Tears were shed, laughs were had, and all in all this was one compelling hour that will be in our minds for some time.

Nathan (James Lafferty) finally returned from his oversees business trip, but did not make from the airport to his home. Where could he have gone? Please don’t keep Nathan away for too much longer. There are only so many episodes left until the series finale… having him away for the majority of the first half of the season is not at all satisfying. Nathan’s return will leave Dan (Paul Johansson) place of residence a mystery. Hmm. Where will Dan go? A murderer has got to sleep somewhere too. »

- Melody Simpson

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‘One Tree Hill’ Season 9 Episode 2 Review: In the Room Where You Sleep

19 January 2012 11:01 AM, PST | | See recent news »

What a wonderful way to start off this week’s episode of One Tree Hill. The music of this episode was fantastic, as it always is. There are thousands upon thousands of fans who are eternally grateful for the artists that this show has introduced us to and this week’s music was a reminder of that. Beautiful. Aside from the music, Brooke (Sophia Bush) and Julian (Austin Nichols) waking up to quiet babies and Brooke’s mother caring after them was hilarious. Better late than never? Even more, Brooke Davis has found a way to bring her clothing line to life with the help of her father since her mother said no. Finally, Brooke has said what needed to be said about her parents only wanting to be close with her when her business is involved. Any bets that her father will unknowingly prove her wrong? This is going to be interesting. »

- Melody Simpson

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

18 January 2012 4:28 PM, PST | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

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, »


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Are happy 'One Tree Hill' couples are a thing of the past? Antagonism runs rampant

6 January 2012 4:49 PM, PST | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

"One Tree Hill" fans, there's less than a week before you'll finally get to watch the Season 9 premiere -- the last first episode ever! We're thrilled to share the new teaser with you above, but we'll warn you -- it's not going to make the wait any easier. This is absolutely the most harrowing two minutes we see in the episode.

If you want some dish on the premiere, we've posted every spoiler we're allowed to share right here -- but we do have lots more scoop from Thursday night's "One Tree Hill" panel in Los Angeles. Cast members Paul Johansson, Tyler Hilton, Bethany Joy Galeotti, Sophia Bush, Shantel VanSanten, Robert Buckley, Jackson Brundage, Stephen Colletti, and Lee Norris joined exec producer Mark Schwahn (and moderator Meg Masters) for a fantastic Q&A that revealed plenty about the next season.

First of all, if Season 8 was about major milestones for »


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One Tree Hill Spoilers: Major Weight Gain to Come!

6 January 2012 5:44 AM, PST | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

The One Tree Hill season 9 premiere photos focus on Brooke and Julian, along with the former's father.

That's nary a shot of Lee Norris as Mouth, and now we might know why: the network is likely saving its first look at this character as a surprise. For what reason?

One Tree Hill Season 9 Preview

He's "gained about 60 pounds," Norris tells TV Guide about the major "physical transformation" Mouth has undergone since we've last seen him, teasing: "What is really going to interest the audience is why this transformation happened."

The actor, of course, is mum on that answer, but hopefully we'll learn more on the January 11 return of One Tree Hill. It's the first of the show's final season and it will find Mouth and Mille hosting their own morning show. »

- (TV Fanatic Staff)

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Which One Tree Hill Character Gets Fat for the Final Season?

5 January 2012 6:52 PM, PST | TVGuide - Breaking News | See recent TVGuide - Breaking News news »

When One Tree Hill returns on Wednesday (8/7c, CW) one character will be virtually unrecognizable.

"Mouth [has] gained about 60 pounds," Lee Norris tells "He's undergone a physical transformation ... but what is really going to interest the audience is why this transformation happened."

The cast of One Tree Hill shares their all-time favorite episodes

When we last saw Marvin "Mouth" McFadden, he and girlfriend Millie (Lisa Goldstein) had begun their...

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- Robyn Ross

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