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One Tree Hill: Season 7

4.6 out of 5 stars 151 customer reviews

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The journeys of those who hail from the town of Tree Hill have been vast, from Nathan and Haley's first kiss to marriage, a son and, most recently, Nathan's return to the basketball court; from Brooke's dedication to her clothing line, Clothes over Bros, to opening herself to the possibility of love with Julian; and from Mouth's battle to win back Millie to Dan's battle to win back his family -- and his life. Now in its seventh season, One Tree Hill continues to explore the journeys of its beloved characters, while seamlessly introducing new favorites. As the series jumps ahead 14 months, these new relationships infuse the history of Tree Hill and change the lives of those who live there. Through it all, these friends and family members realize that life always leads you right where you belong.

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For its seventh season, One Tree Hill leaps ahead a year and into the lives of two new characters: Clay (Robert Buckley), the agent of aspiring basketball player Nathan (James Lafferty), and Quinn (Shantel VanSanten), sister of rising singer/songwriter Haley (Bethany Joy Galeotti). The rocky romance between these two (is there any other kind in Tree Hill, North Carolina?) forms one of the core story lines of this season, replacing departing actors Chad Michael Murray and Hilarie Burton as the popular Lucas and Peyton. But Nathan, Haley, and Brooke (Sophia Bush) remain from the original cast, along with other characters who have trickled in over the past few seasons.

What was once an earnest high school sports-centered drama has become a high-gloss soap opera. Even though it's still nominally set in a small town, the characters grapple with issues it's hard to imagine their audience can identify with, like choosing between the NBA or playing for a basketball team in Barcelona, struggling to find funding for a film, or trading a stolen designer dress for cocaine. On the other hand, hiding secrets, talking behind people's backs, obsessive love, and suicidal impulses are eternal adolescent concerns. The entire cast never appears without perfect hair and makeup, even when getting out of jail (this perpetual sheen makes it sometimes hard to distinguish between the near-identical petite brunettes who make up most of the female cast). Dramatic events rise and fall with speed; after losing a close relative, Haley suffers from a crippling depression… for about an episode and a half. But this is what the show is about: it's all storms or sun breaks, all catastrophe or joy, with very little in between (well, there are soulful smoldering glances and wistful life-is-tough shrugs). Fans who have grown to love these characters will doubtless continue to follow their heartbreaks and happiness, but newcomers should start from the beginning. --Bret Fetzer


Special Features

Unaired scenes
Return to Camp One Tree Hill: The experiences of newcomers Robert Buckley, India DeBeaufort, Jana Kramer and Shantel VanSanten
Spring Break with One Tree Hill: Two contest winners are put through their paces working as production assistants on spring break
OTH--The Director's Debut: Following First-Time Helmer Sophia Bush
Commentary on two episodes by series creator Mark Schwahn and key cast and crew
Gag reel

Product Details

  • Actors: James Lafferty, Bethany Joy Galeotti, Sophia Bush, Paul Johansson, Lee Norris
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Box set, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated:
    NR
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  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: August 17, 2010
  • Run Time: 924 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (151 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002JVWRB8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,749 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "One Tree Hill: Season 7" on IMDb

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By Susan Perez on May 4, 2010
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One Tree Hill remains one of the best shows on television even in it's seventh season and with the departure of Hilarie Burton and Chad Michael Murray.
It's fourteen months into the future and the season starts with a scandal that could derail Nathan's (James Lafferty) basketball career. Brooke (Sophia Bush) continues her work at Clothes Over Bros, along with her mother, Victoria (Daphne Zuniga) whom she had just reconnected with at the end of season 6. She also deals with her bumpy romance with Julian (Austin Nichols) who becomes a regular this season. Haley (Bethany Joy Galeotti) dives back into her music career and Millicent (Lisa Goldstein) spirals out of control as the season progresses, ruining her relationship with Mouth (Lee Norris), who eventually begins a small romance with Lauren (Allison Munn) after Skills (Antwon Tanner) leaves town for a job. Finally, Dan (Paul Johannson) is now the host of his own talk show, with Rachel (Danneel Harris) as his wife. Newcomers include Alex (Jana Kramer), an actress who has her eyes on Julian. Also new in town are Clay (Robert Buckley), Nathan's agent and Quinn (Shantel Vansanten), Haley's sister, who's just left her husband and has a passion for photography, Miranda (India de Beaufort) Haley's new sassy manager and Grubbs, the new bartender at Tric with a secret talent that has nothing to do with mixing drinks.

Other guest stars during the season include Taylor James (Lindsey Mckeon), who first appeared in season 2, as well as Kate Voegele, Stephen Colleti, Bess Armstrong (Haley's mother), Mitch Ryan (Brooke's model, Alex), Gregory Harrison and Amanda Schull (as Clay's wife & stalker tennis player Katie).

All in all, the season stays true to the show and continues to impress with fresh, funny and many times emotional and dramatic storylines that made the show the hit it is.

Don't miss out on this season. Even though Hil and Chad are gone, it's still staying strong without them.
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I was alittle nervous going into this season. Afterall, Lucas and Peyton were a huge part of the show, if not the show themselves. especially Lucas. so I thought that the show would suck without him and I was pleasantly suprised when I saw the first episode and it was just as good. Not saying that certain storylines didn't annoy me or bother me at one time or another. but i had that in any season. not just this one. I thought the whole dan storyline in the beginning was alittle pushed and I didn't like the way they tarnished Rachel's charactor. But overall, it remained a strong show in season seven. Still had great storylines. and it earned season 8. if they day comes when it's not producing good storylines. then it should be cancelled. but until then, give the show it's props. it deserves to be on air.
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I choose this rating because the TV show is good. What I like about the TV show is that Lucas and Peyton are gone, but One Tree Hill's tales of intertwined lives and passions remain stronger than ever in this 22-Episode, 5-Disc Seventh Season. Nathan's NBA career is threatened by explosive scandal. Haley faces a family tragedy. Brooke thinks she's found true love with Julian until a Hollywood hottie decides he's just her type. Dan leaves the slammer for the media spotlight and a sexy young wife (someone you know, OTH fans). Millie spirals into self-destruction, breaking Mouth's heart. And compelling new characters arrive: Haley's beautiful sister Quinn and Nathan's agent Clay, both with secrets from the past and dramatic new stories to tell. What I dislike about the TV show is that I wanted to see more of it. I would recommend this TV show to other people.
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Season 7 was the first season without Lucas and Peyton and and takes place 14 months after season 6 ended. Also this was the first season with Quinn and Clay. Nathan and Haley go through lots of drama and Haley goes on tour. Quinn is one of the worst characters One Tree Hill has ever had but being Haley's sister just had to accept she was not going to go anywhere. Clay is alright but the whole thing with his wife took too long to get resolved. The show is always better when focusing on its core characters and that is where One Tree Hill shines the most. That and the music, which is amazing throughout the entire series.
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If you only read this line, then watch season 7 for yourself, and you be the judge.
You won't be disappointed.

Most past fans might complain that this season 7 without Chad and Hilarie was awful.
I personally loved them, but the show moved on. I was glad to see the other characters grow, and get more screen time.
The show is just as strong without certain characters, and has the same heart.

So instead of listening to bias reviews, from people who haven't gotten past the first episode of seaon 7,
Check it out for yourself...if you are a true fan, you will still find something to love about the show.

Sometimes change is good, it all depends on your perspective.
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If you're in the processing of watching this series, I most definitely recommend. It's a great series all the way through and season 7 no doubt kept going strong. Even though Lucas and Payton left the series the new addition cast fits perfectly into the original cast members chemistry. Absolutely love Mark Schwans (series creator/writer) writing. He is a genius and the reason this show lasted on air for 9 seasons. I introduced his series to a coworker and she too, quickly fell in love with the series. She always commented on the writing styles. In fact, buy this season, buy the series. It's a great one to have in your collection.

Thanks.
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