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One Tree Hill: Season 8

4.6 out of 5 stars 166 customer reviews

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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.

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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

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  • Actors: James Lafferty, Bethany Joy Galeotti, Sophia Bush, Austin Nichols, Robert Buckley
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Box set, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: December 20, 2011
  • Run Time: 924 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (166 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003R0MF7G
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,277 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "One Tree Hill: Season 8" on IMDb

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I don't agree that the show has gone into a "just sex" mode - there was definitely a lot more when the main characters were in high school. I agree that Haley & Nathen are so fantastic together, but I like to see Nathen fully grown up & going to college. They will always be a totally solid couple. I DO miss the other characters & wish we could see more (or any) of them! Karen! But I guess when an actor wants to leave there is not much the show can do about it. I am glad that through all the heartbreak, Brooke finally found her joy & don't begrudge her her "time in the sun". I love to see stories with Jamie too - it sets the scene for the "next generation" - I would like to fast forward & see him playing a Raven's sport. That last scene with him dribbling the basketball over the bridge was so reminiscent of his uncle that I wanted to cry - it was perfect. I'd like to see him in high school dating Madison while his Mom run's Karen's. I do miss Lucas & Peyton, but I don't think (from what I hear & I could be wrong) that CMM is a very nice guy. I do think season #8 was their last season, but I'll watch as long as they're on.
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Season GrEight of OTH is filled with bittersweet moments and feel good episodes for the most part and contains the single greatest midseason finale of the show's entire run.
Throughout the season it becomes very obvious that Mark Schwahn [the show's creator and mastermind] intended this to be a perfectly sweet and emotional goodbye, a season for the fans. Haley and Nathan have another baby while B. Davis finally gets her fairy tale wedding and her biggest wish of all fulfilled. And while many scenes are way corny (maybe more than ever), season 8 is still one of the best ones. Whether B. Davis and rest of the gang put their fight face on on Thanksgiving, the girls dress up as superheroes to tell off some stuck up bullies or experience a morning after "The Hangover" style, it never gets boring in good ol' Tree Hill.
Now, with another (shorter) 9th and final season (for real, this time...), Schwahn set out to make this one for himself, with wild story lines and the return of familiar faces (cue CMM minus Hilarie Burton, amongst others). And while OTH fans have been faced with the possibility of a series finale year after year since about season 4, it still is a little heavy on the heart to say "fare thee well" to these beloved characters. So prepare your goodbyes and tune in when the show kicks off its final 13 episodes, January 11 on The CW.
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Haley is pregnant in season 8 and her and Nathan are really cute as a couple this season. Jamie learns about some of their history and when she goes into labor her and Nathan share some great moments from their history. Brooke and Julian go through some really great and really heartbreaking times and Nathan becomes an agent. Quinn and Clay go through stuff that I just mostly fast forward through because I don't like them and Jamie plays baseball. Dan also makes a creepy appearance with Quinn which makes her bearable for an episode.
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I have been through every step of every show for eight seasons of One Tree Hill. I have seen people come and go in this show, all doing great jobs. If this does happen to be the show finale, it was done with great care. The full circle for everyone was superb. I hate to see it end, but they have run the course with greatness. Mark Schwann created a masterpiece.
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I love this season as well as all the other seasons as well.This season includes a wedding in one of the eposides which is very cool.This was my favorite tv show on tv when it was on it.Now I don't have to worry about comercials anymore.
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I can't really rate this since I bought it as a gift for my wife, she was into this series
and had them all but this one season! so I bought it for her to be her hero! Ha!Ha
Anyway, I think she enjoyed them!!!!
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Hello, yet another great season of one of my favorite series. I most definitely recommend with strong writing, good acting and great stories to tell this series is soon to be classic. Highly recommended as you will not be disappointed.

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I am an avid One Tree Hill watcher. I watched it quite frequent whend it was on t_v, but when it was on tv it was so hard to watch it the times that came on. I've had seasons 1 through 5 for quite some time and needed to get the others. I watched them completely through all seasons, 1 through 9, episode after episode during my free time. I absolutely love this show and it's 1 of the best, if not the best series that I've ever seen. Once I got through this season that I had at home, I needed to get the season that I didn't have. I knew it was going to be hard to find them in a store, or that if I did find them they were going to be more than I wanted to spend. I then decided to look on Amazon and I found what I needed and I found them at a very reasonable price. I place my order and the items came very very quick. I'm very glad I chose to get them on here rather than having to go to a store, look for the items I needed, and hopefully not spending a fortune. If you're looking to get the last few seasons, you'll definitely be happy with the delivery time and the price.
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