"One Tree Hill" returns for another unforgettable season

Oct. 19, 2005, midnight | By Hokuma Karimova | 18 years, 4 months ago

WB drama is still the number "One” show on television

The third season of the acclaimed teen drama "One Tree Hill" began on Wed., Oct. 5. The season premiere once again captured the attention of viewers with its great plot lines, interesting dialogue and enjoyable music.

Last season in "One Tree Hill" things could not have been more perplexing - starting from the love triangle between Lucas (Chad Michael Murray), Brooke (Sophia Bush) and Peyton (Hilarie Burton), to the attempted murder on Dan (Paul Johansson), everything in Tree Hill was falling apart.

As if things could not get any worse, a mysterious woman showed up unannounced at Peyton's doorstep, claiming to be her mother. In other words, the second season finale of "One Tree Hill" left viewers with many questions, which can now be answered thanks to the third season.

What is the show about?

While the show might seem like a spin-off of the "OC," for it is also a drama about teenagers, it is actually its own show. "One Tree Hill," directed by Mark Schwahn, follows a cast of high school seniors on the East Coast, who, unlike the "OC" characters, which have to face the daily troubles of ordinary teenage life without the high society drama.

Unlike in the "OC," the troubles that the characters undergo are more realistic, which enables the show to have a wider audience. With so many people relating themselves to the everyday troubles covered in "One Tree Hill," the show has never been as appealing as it is now.

The new season begins

This season, the show returns with another jam packed storyline and is filled with even more surprises. Even in the season's first episode, things get complicated as Brooke returns from California, reigniting a love triangle between Lucas, Peyton and Brooke. Meanwhile, the relationship between Hailey and Nathan gets even more perplexing. As Hailey returns from her music tour in hopes of rekindling her marriage, Nathan is the one who does not want to get back with her because he does not know if he can ever trust her again.

This season, the plot lines cover a wider range of topics. The new plots give the actors an opportunity to develop their characters, by putting them in new situations. This gives viewers an opportunity to see a different side of them.
However, if it was not for the music used in the show, the episodes would not have the same effect on the audience. The variety of music, ranging from pop-punk bands such as Fall Out Boy, to the smooth voice of Tyler Hilton, is a soundtrack to the show, making "One Tree Hill" more appealing.

The mix of excellent acting, intriguing plot lines and diverse music soundtrack, make "One Tree Hill" a must watch. With so much suspense already building up, the show is sure to offer audiences nothing less than a great hour of television. People, without a doubt, will not be disappointed with what they find in "One Tree Hill."

"One Tree Hill" airs on Wednesday nights at 8:00 on WB. It is rated TV-PG for some violence and sexual scenes.

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