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Last week, “One Tree Hill” was picked up by The CW for an 8th year, just two days before the network’s official fall schedule was presented to advertisers in New York.
The 11th hour renewal was a big victory for the show’s cast, crew and its creator, Mark Schwahn, who tells Korbi TV that this next year is really a gift to the loyal fans who have stuck with “OTH” for seven years and deserve to see its storylines tied up properly.
So, will this 8th go-round be the series’ last?
Schwahn weighs in …
Do you see Season 8 as “One Tree Hill”‘s swan song?
MS: It’s such a great question because nobody’s talking like that! I never say never with this show. You know, our back’s been against the wall every year. And going into this [upcoming] season, at the Upfronts, [the network] announced [that it would be] the final season of “Smallville.” They didn’t do that with us.
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