Will this be the year dreams come true? Dreams of a basketball comeback (Nathan), of musical success (Haley), of finding happiness (Peyton), of finding a decent job (Mouth), of saving the Clothes Over Bros brand from her rhymes-with-witch mom (Brooke), or of marrying the right girl (Lucas – and speaking of Lucas, just which one is the right girl?). What isn’t a dream: Dan learning what it’s like to be on the other side of a sadist-victim relationship, Skills and Deb’s hookup threatening to come unhooked… and all the love and heartbreak, suspense and surprises that 24 powerful Season 6 episodes on 7 discs can hold.
One Tree Hill: Season 6 comes out on DVD on Tuesday, August 25th
Season 6 of One Tree Hill was a favorite to many of the fans. Lucas finally making up his mind and deciding he wanted to be with Peyton was something that everyone thought was long over due. Between wedding talk, a movie offer, and pregnancy possibilities – it’s a dramatic yet happy season for the couple. The rest of the cast though doesn’t have such a happy season, but that doesn’t mean that our favorite characters aren’t pursuing their dreams. Haley continues trying to find musical success, Mouth continues looking for a decent job, and Brooke has to save the Clothes Over Bro’s brand from her b**** of a mom.
Through the cancellation scares and network changes, fans have remained loyal to this series. As it enters its 7th season this fall, onlookers can’t help but ask if the series has ran its course? At the end of the 5th season, many fans were left wondering were the show could go. However, season 6 was strong and showed promise. Season 7, however, will be minus Chad Michael Murray and Hilarie Burton – two of the main stars of the series. We all know what this most likely means.
Special features are plentiful on this 7-disc release – un-aired scenes, gag real, commentary, and a number of featurettes including ‘Slammin’ with OTH: Play the New Sport of SlamBall’, ‘OTH Goes Back in Time: Recreating the 1940s in We Three’, ‘OTH Celebrity Soundtrack’, and ‘OTH: The Directors Debut’.
If you’re a fan – it’s a must have for your collection.
Review by Emma Loggins