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Hope, heartbreak and a hurricane--all in One Tree Hill’s Season Eight. So many plans glow with happiness in these 22 episodes packed with all the drama that makes Hill fans want to share every minute. Nathan begins an exciting new career. Haley joyfully awaits the arrival of Jamie’s little sister. Brooke and Julian invite all their friends to a wonderful wedding--and Skills makes sure this Tree Hill hitching goes off without a hitch. But darkness mingles with the light. After last season’s shooting, Quinn and Clay fight for their lives. A financial scandal sends someone to prison. And in an all-time-great episode, a ferocious storm pits loved characters in a thrilling life-and-death struggle against a raging river.
One Tree Hill, which seemed to have lost its way a bit in seasons six and seven, returns with a vengeance--and terrific writing and acting--in season eight. The season involves most of the cast members dealing with the aftermath of the season-seven finale, which concerned a shooting (and the first episode of this season tried for a fake-out, "it's only a dream," twist, but happily got things back on track in reality in Tree Hill). There are a lot of heated hookups and breakups, and Brooke (Sophia Bush, one of the series' consistently best actors) has twins. Brooke's pregnancy, in fact, is one of the sweetest recurring themes in the season. And for those of you who love Chase, this season features a pretty intriguing love triangle among Chase (Stephen Colletti), Mia (Kate Voegele), and Alex (Jana Cramer). This season of One Tree Hill experiments with time travel, flashbacks, and dream sequences much more than any other season of the show, and at times the experiments seem gimmicky. There are also times when all but the most hardcore fans who've watched every episode, every season, may be a little lost. But it's worth it to hang in there. The evolution of the characters' inner lives takes deep and convincing new turns in season eight, especially as the high-schoolers of season one have truly grown up and become young adults, married couples, and parents. And season eight of One Tree Hill also features a startling finale that could have served to end the series, as had been briefly rumored. (Instead, the ninth season will be the last for One Tree Hill.) Fans of young-skewing dramas and soaps like Smallville, Vampire Diaries, and even golden oldies like Melrose Place will find a lot to like in One Tree Hill. This boxed set is also overflowing with great extras, including a gag reel, deleted scenes, a making-of feature on the Halloween episode, and a great in-depth look at the writing, directing, and acting in the season-eight finale. --A.T. Hurley
I was so happy when Sophia bush got marry on one tree hill cause of all the problem she went though but she was strong and didn't give up that's what makes her a great actressPublished 16 days ago by cheri cain
I love this series! And now I own the whole set thank you!! :-)Published 2 months ago by Kathy smith
the last disk had a bad scratch and I couldn't really watch it because it skipped to muchPublished 2 months ago by daniellereene
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|why is this so expencive?||
Agreed. Even at the "PRIME" rate and a few months after the release of Season 8 ---- it is still $40.00. Why can't it be like $19.99-$25.00?
Feb 28, 2012 by Mr. x | See all 3 posts
|Is Season 9 coming?||
Yes, it's been renewed for a 13 episode final season. It will air beginning January 2012 I think
May 23, 2011 by Kristina Hammock | See all 4 posts