(June 2, 2009 – Burbank, CA) – Consumers will be swept away by the romance, drama and captivating plotlines that comprise the sixth season of “One Tree Hill,” which will be released on DVD by Warner Home Video (WHV) August 25, 2009. “One Tree Hill: The Complete Sixth Season” will feature all 24 episodes from the series’ sixth season and almost three hours of special features. This release will retail for $59.98 SRP. Order due date has been set for July 21, 2009. “One Tree Hill” kicks off its sixth year with a whirlwind of unresolved storylines that keep TV fans engaged until the season’s final episode. Even the newest of viewers will find themselves easily wrapped up in the drama’s powerful, character-driven stories. During season six, the denizens of Tree Hill are faced with some of their biggest challenges. Handsome Lucas Scott (Chad Michael Murray) embarks on the journey of a lifetime with the woman he chose to love. Nathan Scott (James Lafferty) continues to work on his comeback as a professional athlete with ambitions to play in the NBA. Brooke’s (Sophia Bush) battle with her unscrupulous mother Victoria (Daphne Zuniga) over the enormously successful apparel line Clothes Over Bros. heats up. Haley (Bethany Joy Galeotti) continues to dream of success in the music business. Skills (Antwon Tanner) and Deb’s (Barbara Alyn Woods) hook-up threatens to become “un-hooked.” Mouth (Lee Norris) and Millicent (Lisa Goldstein) wrestle with leaving Tree Hill and Dan’s (Paul Johansson) life hangs in the balance. “One Tree Hill” started its sixth season with the show’s highest rated premiere since Season Two among its core demo, and continues to be a successful and popular franchise. The show has been nominated for a total of 14 Teen Choice Awards over its lifetime and has spawned books, soundtracks, a clothing line and more. “One Tree Hill” originally premiered September 23, 2003 on The WB. Created by Mark Schwahn, the series is from Mastermind Laboratories, Tollin/Robbins Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television. Season six was executive produced by Schwahn (“Coach Carter,” “The Perfect Score”); Joe Davola, Mike Tollin and Brian Robbins (all three: “Smallville,” “Coach Carter,” “What I Like About You”); and Greg Prange (“Dawson’s Creek,” “Nash Bridges”). DVD Special Features Include: • Unaired Scenes • “One Tree Hill Goes Back in Time”: Recreating the 1940s in Episode 11, “We Three (My Echo, My Shadow and Me”). • “Slammin’ with One Tree Hill”: Playing the new sport of SlamBall, a cross between basketball, hockey and gymnastics. • “One Tree Hill Celebrity Soundtrack”: Guest musical artists discuss their contributions in this look at the role of music in the series with a spotlight on episode 10’s USO concert. • “One Tree Hill – The Director’s Debut”: Following first-time helmers Chad Michael Murray, Bethany Joy Galeotti and James Lafferty through the process of directing their first episodes. • Commentary on two episodes by series creator Mark Schwahn and key cast and crew. • Gag Reel “With each season, ‘One Tree Hill’ gets better and better. The story lines are rich and complex but it’s easy for newcomers to jump in and get completely wrapped up,” commented Rosemary Markson, WHV Vice President, TV & Special Interest Marketing. She added, “The sixth season of ‘One Tree Hill’ has generated some of the program’s best ratings and its popularity is as strong as ever. We anticipate this title will be well received by consumers.” The Credits With operations in 90 international territories Warner Home Video, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company, commands the largest distribution infrastructure in the global video marketplace. Warner Home Video's film library is the largest of any studio, offering top quality new and vintage titles from the repertoires of Warner Bros. Pictures, Turner Entertainment, Castle Rock Entertainment, HBO Home Video and New Line Home Entertainment.
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