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Consumers will be captivated by the engaging storylines and compelling drama that are the framework of One Tree Hill, when Warner Home Video (WHV) releases the show's third season on DVD September 26 with One Tree Hill: The Complete Third Season. TV viewers will have a chance to relive all the action and events of season three with this six-disc set that showcases 22 episodes as well as bonus features.

One Tree Hill: The Complete Third Season will be released around the show's third season premiere on the CW Television Network, a new network that targets younger viewers and launches September 18, 2006. The collectible box set will be available in stores September 26, 2006 and will retail for $59.98. Order due date has been set for August 22, 2006.

One Tree Hill follows the story of two estranged teen half-brothers, Lucas Scott (Chad Michael Murray, Dawson's Creek, Gilmore Girls) and Nathan Scott (James Lafferty, Once & Again) who carry on very different lives, living in a small North Carolina town. Season three finds the gang in their senior year, a significant turning point in any teenager's life. At Tree Hill, it's a time to grow up, to forget, to forgive, to dream and to learn to love all over again. People come together, all except Dan (Paul Johansson, Beverly Hills 90210) who is consumed by anger as he tracks down whoever started the fire that almost took his life. Tree Hill is rocked by powerful new events both good and bad, and in some cases, catastrophic. The good event sees Haley (Bethany Joy Lenz, Bring it on Again) fighting to save her marriage, Peyton (Hilarie Burton, Dawson's Creek) coming to terms with her birth-mother, Brooke (Sophia Bush, Van Wilder) creating a hot clothing line and Keith (Craig Sheffer, A River Runs Through It) coming home. The bad event sees Dan being matched with a rival for worst person in Tree Hill - a conniving redhead named Rachel (Danneel Harris, What I Like About You), the new girl at school. The catastrophic event brings a tragedy to Tree Hill High when a student brings a gun to school and holds students hostage. Suddenly, whoever wins the cheerleading tournament or the basketball championship seems insignificant when compared to who survives and who doesn't.

DVD Special Features Include:

- Unaired Scenes - Over 25 minutes of unaired material.

- Audio Commentary - Commentary on two episodes by cast and crew.

- Anatomy of an Episode - A behind-the-scenes look at the creation of an

episode with producers and cast interviews.

- Gag reel.

"One Tree Hill is the type of show that appeals to both teenage and adult viewers. With its loyal fan base and addictive storylines, we have seen strong growth in DVD sales between the first and second seasons, and expect continued success with the latest DVD release." said Rosemary Markson, WHV Vice President, TV Marketing. She added, "The series remains popular among viewers. Network executives recognize its popularity and have secured a timeslot for it on the new CW Television Network."

The show originally premiered in September 2003 on The WB. The third season of One Tree Hill aired from October 5, 2005 to May 3, 2006. The first two seasons of the show are also available on DVD.

Brian B. at Movieweb
Brian B.