One Tree Hill 9 Seasons 2012

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Season 9
(158) IMDb 8.4/10
Available in HD

3. Love the Way You Lie TV-NR CC

Dan helps a struggling Haley at Karen's Caf, Quinn discovers Clay is hiding something from her and Chase tries to mend a broken heart. Julian makes a life-changing mistake.

Starring:
Bethany Joy Lenz, Sophia Bush
Runtime:
43 minutes
Original air date:
January 25, 2012

Available in HD on supported devices.

Love the Way You Lie

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Season 9

Product Details

Genres Sports, Drama
Director Paul Johansson
Starring Bethany Joy Lenz, Sophia Bush
Supporting actors Austin Nichols, Robert Buckley, Shantel VanSanten, Jackson Brundage, Lee Norris, Lisa Goldstein Kirsch, Stephen Colletti, Tyler Hilton, Paul Johansson, Allison Munn, Richard Burgi, Daphne Zuniga, Michael May, Bradley Evans, Katherine Landry, Miko DeFoor, Jessica Allen, Manu Intiraymi
Season year 2012
Network The CW
Producers Steven Goldfried, Maureen Milligan, Lenn K. Rosenfeld
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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She loves this show and watched it every day.
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I love One Tree Hill and I'm so happy that I have finally completed my collection with this the 9th and final season.
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It got here with no problem and the dvd's are in great shape.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Chey730 on February 25, 2012
Format: DVD
What Shall I Say About A Show That Shaped My Teenage Years! This Show Was Wonderful Even Though I'm A Bit Bitter About Peyton & Lucas Leaving & I'm 50/50 About The Other Cast Members! Tree Hill Is Tree Hill, I Will be Sad When It's Over!!!!But I Have All The Seasons To Relive The Magic, I Won't Be Saying Goodbye To This Show It's Just A See You Later! No Show Has Touched Me The Way This SHow Has. So I Say Buy This Season & All The Other Ones You Will Not Be DISAPPOINTED !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Blair on April 6, 2012
Format: DVD
"Someday is today, and someday is yesterday." Two days have passed since this remarkable series has ended its run, and now that I've had time to mull over that sad fact, I've had time to mull over the quote above taken from the final episode. The former reminds me that the show is over and left for us longtime fans to relive on DVD and for the new fans to discover and to enjoy the delight that is One Tree Hill; the latter reminds me of the countless hours of my youth spent watching this show that has ever changed my life. Sounds like I'm exaggerating, right? A television show changing someone's life? Well, that's exactly the impact One Tree Hill had on me.

Many may think that One Tree Hill is some hapless, teen drama that blows normalcy way out of proportion. But the series is so much more than that. Sure, there have been many plots that most of us may never relate to. A psycho posing as my half-brother is probably not in the cards for me, nor is a video exposing my goodies to the entire school very likely to occur in my lifetime. But, it's not about that delicious drama that drew us into this show. It kept us tuned in, but it's not what created a pseudo-connection between the show and the fans. It was the stories and life lessons that were presented for us. It was the stories and lessons about family and love, the stories and lessons about dreams, and the stories and lessons about hope. Because that's what One Tree Hill has always been about. It's always been about family and love and dreams and hope; it was "the little show that could," after all. And that's what made us fall in love with our favorite North Carolinians. And that's what sets this series apart from other television shows.
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18 of 23 people found the following review helpful By MOVIEFREAK on February 16, 2012
Format: DVD
The Final Season of One Tree Hill is the best....this season is alot darker then what you may see in tree hill but the show has ended its 9 year run on top...i will cry when the series finale airs but i know i can relieve all 9 seasons on dvd over and over...no matter what anyone says but in my heart no show can beat the heart and music and love of ONE TREE HILL....get this season and get all the drama and surprises and the return of LUCAS(chad michael murray) and more...this season has drama,laughs and TYLER HILTON...need we ask for more....GOODBYE TREE HILL 2003 - 2012
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Eden on February 27, 2012
Format: DVD
One Tree Hill has been around for Nine Seasons already, that is a lot of episodes to be proud of. & These last 13 that are still half way through airing are quiet intense. Julian makes a nearly fatal mistake with one of his babies. Clay has some kind of disorder. Nathan has gone missing. This becomes a major concern for Haley, Lucas even comes home to comfort her in the last episode that aired last week. I sense it's all coming to down to one explosive ending. We must tune in to find out, in the meantime stay up to date with the last episodes on the cwtv.com! If it isn't enough to have the last & final episode named after the U2 song "One Tree Hill" (the show got it from the song itself). Then throw in some Tyler Hilton as Chris Keller. & This might be the season to buy.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A fellow with a keyboard on July 1, 2012
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I lived in Wilmington, NC, where One Tree Hill was filmed, and I was fortunate to get an in-depth, behind-the-scenes look at what made the show so special.

First, the production value was tremendous. You have never seen a group of people so meticulous in their craft. Every scene had to have exactly the right lighting, and every nano-nugget of dialogue had to be repeated thousands of times until the nuance was just... perfect, so that when Peyton said "why hello," you knew she meant it, and it struck you on some primal level.

I also overheard some of the discussions in the writers' room. It was phenomenal, like being in a beehive of genius, where every little writer bee would cross-pollinate the ideas of the others, and they would work relentlessly all in the service of the Queen. You. You are the queen. The 12-18-y-o girls who watch One Tree Hill are the queen, the honey to their comb. I've seen some of the writer bees at home with their wives and, seriously, all they can think about is you. It's kind of creepy. (Needless to say, this makes the wives a little fidgety, but they put up with it because they know it's only 9 seasons.)

Just to paint the writers' room for you, one writer bee would say something like, "How about `oh but Lucas, you are the sun to my stars'?" and another writer bee would fire back, "Are you kidding? 12-18-y-o girls don't go for that. They want real dialogue, not cheesy bedtime fairytales. How about `oh but Lucas, you know I won't go for that--I'm a tough, modern gal who can buy her own iPods'?" and another writer bee would fire back, "Gal? Really? Is this the 19th Century?" And so on.

I wish you could have seen the way the crew operated on set. Utter professionals.
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