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Lucas Scott (Chad Michael Murray), following a well-received first novel, is facing writer's block on his second effort. But he fills his days as the new head coach of his old high-school basketball team, the Ravens, aided by his old pal, Skills (Antwon Tanner). Meanwhile, Lucas' brother, Nathan (James Lafferty), is lost in a dark hole of despair after losing his dream of signing with an NBA team. Barely able to move his legs, Nathan is almost crippled in a bar fight and spends his days and nights boozing and raging around while wife Haley (Bethany Joy Galeotti) and young son Jamie (Jackson Brundage) try to survive his emotional torrents. Lucas is no longer with Peyton (Hilarie Burton), the latter having moved to Los Angeles to become a disgruntled assistant's assistant in a music recording company. Brooke (Sophia Bush), however, has hit the jackpot in New York as the celebrity founder of a designer clothes empire that has made her wealthy yet not quite free of her domineering mother (Daphne Zuniga). Everyone ends up back in Tree Hill, looking for roots and a future that involves support from one another. Friendship matters, but it doesn't inoculate this bunch from the pain of Peyton's ongoing love for Lucas (who is romantically involved with his pretty editor), or Brooke's emptiness after briefly fostering a child who then must leave her, or Nathan's slow crawl back from misery. In true One Tree Hill fashion, the characters' collective challenges come together in a critical mass during the season finale, ending with a very unusual cliffhanger involving four cell phones. --Tom Keogh
Great teenage drama show that grew with the audience. I really enjoyed the ideas behind the series that two brothers who were kept apart start to become close. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Shell6a
this was a giftt for someone else. great price, item as describedPublished 2 months ago by CollinsPL01
What happened to this series? The 4 plus year time jump from high school (season 4) to post college life (season 5) while new and different at first quickly loses steam. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ed Fury
One Tree Hill decided to jump 5 years into the future instead of having their characters go to college together and it was a cool idea and worked well for the show. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jamie
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I don't think a release date has been mentioned, but probably sometime over the summer.
Apr 22, 2008 by E. Hirschberg | See all 5 posts
|HELP !!!!! song from one tree hill season 5||
it was Kate Vogel that sang... i don't know the song but that's the artist.
Nov 6, 2008 by E. Linzi | See all 3 posts
|to see Keith Scott return||
Um, Keith died in season 3. I'm pretty sure that he won't be coming back to the show? And he is definitely dead. Are you talking about Dan Scott?
Aug 1, 2008 by Carly N. DiGennaro | See all 5 posts
|ok im impatient, please tell me who lucas asked to marry him||
it was peyton
Nov 6, 2008 by E. Linzi | See all 2 posts
|Difference between season 5 dvds and original airing||
Saw your post. A lot of times it comes down to licensing. They may get the ok to use it for an episode, but then not for a manufactured product, which are the sets. I'm a fan of a lot of the WB shows and unfortunately this happpened with a lot of them when they came out on DVD. If they... Read More
Sep 25, 2008 by E. Dembosky | See all 2 posts
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