This holiday season consumers will be drawn into the beautiful and deeply emotional episodes that comprise the fourth season of One Tree Hill when Warner Home Video (WHV) releases One Tree Hill: The Complete Fourth Season on December 18, 2007. Timed for release in conjunction with the show's upcoming new season premiere in January 2008, this engaging DVD collector's set will include six discs, featuring 21 episodes and loads of bonus features that will keep any One Tree Hill fan entertained for hours. The DVD set will retail for $59.98 SRP.
A smash hit with teens, One Tree Hill is the compelling television drama that follows the story of two estranged teen half-brothers, Lucas Scott (Chad Michael Murray, Dawson's Creek) and Nathan Scott (James Lafferty, Once and Again), who carry on very different lives, living in a small North Carolina town.
The show's fourth season brings a farewell to Tree Hill for some of its inhabitants as High School graduation nears. With the approach of commencement comes the realization that for students and parents alike, life is changing forever. There are new loves to nurture and old scores to settle. The longtime triangle of Lucas, Peyton (Hilarie Burton, Dawson's Creek)) and Brooke (Sophia Bush, Van Wilder) finally comes down to two. The memory of Keith (Craig Sheffer, A River Runs Through It), or perhaps his spirit, inspires Lucas and Nathan and haunts Dan (Paul Johansson, Beverly Hills 90210). Peyton is terrorized by a stalker. Two expectant mothers, Haley (Bethany Joy Lenz, Bring it On Again) and Karen (Moira Kelly, The West Wing) are about to raise Tree Hill's population statistics and Lucas begins to wonder what really happened the terrifying day Keith died. As the season draws to an end, the Ravens, led by Coach Whitey Durham, have one last chance for glory and the state championship.
- Audio Commentaries on Two Episodes by Creator Mark Schwan, Executive Producers and Talent
- Nearly 30 Minutes of Unaired Scenes
- Gag Reel
- One Tree Hill in Your Town - An extensive behind-the-scenes look at taking the show on the road to the town of one lucky fan to film "It Gets The Worst At Night" with cast, crew and the lucky fans.
- Tree Hill's Charity Basketball Game Highlights - Get a glimpse inside the charity basketball game that James Lafferty, the Ravens basketball team, and the cast of OTH host in Wilmington that benefits many local and national charities.
- Tree Hill High Time Capsule - Fitting with the graduation of our beloved Tree Hill High students, take a trip down memory lane with this mini-documentary on the making of OTH, over 4 seasons, from the pilot to the present with the cast and crew.