Thursday, 5 April 2012

Cast and fans of One Tree Hill unite to say goodbye in final episode after nine years on screen


As they were: James Lafferty as Nathan Scott, Hilarie Burton as Peyton and Chad Michael Murray as Lucas Scott in the pilot for One Tree Hill back in 2003


 Last night One Tree Hill bid farewell to its fans with an emotional series finale in the final episode since the programme first hit screens back in 2003.
The ninth season concluded with the trials and tribulations of the residents of Tree Hill left happy and settled in their lives - a far cry from the days when the show first aired.


When it first made an appearance on our screens, One Tree Hill focused on the troubled upbringing of two brothers, Nathan and Lucas Scott - played by James Lafferty and Chad Michael Murray.
And while Murray and co-star Hilarie Burton, who played Peyton Sawyer, quit the show ahead of the seventh season, cast members including Bethany Joy Galeotti, who plays Haley James Scott, and Sophia Bush, as Brooke Davis, continued to delight viewers with the antics of Tree Hill's regulars.
So as the show came to an emotional end last night, the cast spoke about their fondest memories surrounding the series.
Enlarge Final farewell: Bethany Joy Galeotti wrote a heartfelt blog to fans about the end of the show
Final farewell: Bethany Joy Galeotti wrote a heartfelt blog to fans about the end of the show
Enlarge Taking to Twitter: Tyler Hilton, who plays Chris Keller in the show, also tweeted his sadness at the end of the programme
Taking to Twitter: Tyler Hilton, who plays Chris Keller in the show, also tweeted his sadness at the end of the programme

Bush said: 'For this to have been our job, to grow up here and evolve as people and as characters, it’s huge.'
While Lafferty added: 'From the conversations I’ve had with fans, the show has helped them through tough periods in their lives, and I think that’s a testament to where the heart of our show is.'
And Creator Mark Schwahn said: 'Considering where we came from and considering the huge odds against us, there are not many more greater underdog stories than us.'

Culled from Dailymail

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