One Tree Hill
has been renewed for a fifth season on The CW, according to a report in Variety. The CW releases its official upfronts for next season tomorrow, but made an early announcement of the renewals of One Tree Hill
, and Smallville
Four episodes are still left to air in the fourth season of One Tree Hill
, including “Ashes of Dreams You Let Die,” set to air next week, and “The Birth and Death of the Day” and “All of a Sudden I Miss Everyone,” which will presumably air before the middle of June.
Tonight’s episode is called “The Runaway Found.” Beware of spoilers below.
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After they cross paths with Chase (Stephen Colletti), Peyton (Hilarie Burton
) and Brooke (Sophia Bush
) rekindle their friendship. Nathan (James Lafferty
) grows more afraid for his own future, as mistakes from the past return to haunt both Nathan and Haley (Bethany Joy Galeotti
). Lucas (Chad Michael Murray
) makes contact with the “mystery witness” to Keith’s murder, and then hears a “shocking confession.”
(Karen), Paul Johansson
(Dan), Barbara Alyn Woods
(Deb), Danneel Harris
(Rachel) and Lee Norris
(Mouth) also appear in this episode.
Guest star Allison Scagliotti-Smith returns as Abby Brown. Other guest stars in this episode of One Tree Hill include Sean Young (Blade Runner, No Way Out) as Hope Brown, and Matt Barr once again as “Psycho Derek.”
Here’s a quick description of next week’s One Tree Hill
episode, “Ashes of Dreams You Let Die.”
It’s nearly the end of the school year, and Peyton has been offered a music internship, which would mean moving to Los Angeles. Brooke hopes that yearbook signatures will help her reconnect with Chase, as Haley tries to write a speech, as she’s been named valedictorian. Karen worries about Lucas’ preoccupation with Keith’s murder, and Dan thinks Lucas needs professional help.
-Mel, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: TV.com, The CW, Variety
Photo credit: The CW