One Tree Hill is a teen/young adult drama series created by Mark Schwahn. The series premiered on September 23, 2004 on the WB Network and currently airs on the CW. The long-running series ended in its ninth season in April 4, 2012.
The series chronicled the lives of five high school friends, living in Tree Hill, whose lives collided when Lucas Scott joined his half-brother Nathan's high school basketball team. The initial animosity between the brothers, fueled by the influence of their often regretful parents, sparked a major confrontation which became thrice as fierce when three beautiful girls became further entwined in the brothers' lives. Lucas' best friend Haley James tested her loyalties and slowly started to fall for Nathan after breaking through his bad-boy persona; Peyton Sawyer struggled to choose between her head and her heart when it came to Lucas - even more so when her best friend, party-girl Brooke Davis, finally removed her facade and truly fell for the one-time outsider. All the lives of the five teenagers, and their friends, collided and drama was certain to follow.
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Throughout the nine seasons of One Tree Hill, audiences have been shocked and astounded as Lucas, Nathan, Peyton, Haley and Brooke dealt with their high school dramas, and later, faced the pressures of living adult lives.
Seasons 1 - 4 followed the lives of Lucas Scott, Nathan Scott, Peyton Sawyer, Haley James and Brooke Davis as their lives collided during their last two years of high school. They pursued romances, began friendships and chased future dreams. Season 1 Season 2 Season 3 Season 4
Following the success of previous seasons, seasons 5 and 6 leapt forward 4 years into the future. Characters returned to their true home in Tree Hill in search of rehabilitation, past relationships and to begin their future lives. Some characters succeeded throughout the four years they were away, but others were not as fortunate. Season 5 Season 6
Season 7 continued to follow the lives of the Tree Hill residents, 14 months after the departure of Lucas Scott and his now-wife Peyton Sawyer Scott. The time leap welcomed new people into the lives of Haley, Nathan and Brooke. As well as Brooke's blossoming relationship with Julian Baker, new face Alex Dupre begins to turn her life upside down. The residents also experience the return of many former faces, including Haley's sister Quinn James, who attracts the attention of sports agent Clayton Evans. Season 8 then picked up on many of these storylines, including the fate of Clayton Evans and Quinn James after a life-changing shooting. Season 9 was the last for Tree Hill characters, and included stories of love, kinship and a look into the future lives of a group of friends, who over the span of many years, have become like family. Season 7 Season 8 Season 9
Nathan Scott is one of the original "core five" members of the show. He is a former professional basketball player and current sports agent living in Tree Hill. Raised under the privilege of being Dan Scott's son, Nathan was the star player of his high school basketball team, the Tree Hill Ravens, and became threatened when his half-brother Lucas joined the team. Nathan and Lucas had a relationship based on rivalry until eventually a building up a friendship, which later turned into loving brotherhood. Nathan initially dated Peyton but after they broke up, he used Haley to annoy Lucas, but ended up falling in love with her. They eventually married and had two children a son, James Lucas Scott and a daughter Lydia Bob Scott. After graduating high school, Nathan had dreamed of becoming a professional basketball player but due to an accident, he was forced into a wheelchair hours before being able to join the Seattle Sonics. He began training basketball again to make a comeback with the help of the late Quentin Fields. He was then recruited by a D-League team named the Charleston Chiefs until he was drafted to the NBA. But after issues with his back he was forced to quit, and he later became a sports agent.(more)...'