One Tree Hill Season 9
May 20, 2011 by Post Team
One Tree Hill Season 9, Wilmington based on “One Tree Hill” returns for a ninth season, but we have to wait a while to see new episodes. The CW announced its fall schedule last week, and OTH was not there. Instead, the drama filmed in and around Wilmington has been slotted as a mid-season replacement. The stars of the show announced earlier this week that the network had ordered 13 more episodes, which is half of a season. Meanwhile, “Hart of Dixie,” which shot its pilot in Wilmington and Southport, is the fall lineup for the CW. The medical drama set in a rural town in Alabama, will air Mondays at 9 pm It is unknown if the program returns to the area to launch their season.
Things are coming to a season for the period 2010-2011. The networks are making their final decisions on which shows the opportunity to live to fight another day and which are sent to hell television. The CW has made final decisions before announcing its 2011-2012 program. Fans of the long running drama One Tree Hill was uber stoked that the show has been renewed for a ninth season with an order for 13 episodes midseason premiere. This was more or less a no brainer from the deal signed for next season last month. I swear that show is immortal, and in the right direction.
The show rookie Nikita, based on the 1990 French film of the same name, received a full season order. Of all the new CW programs, Nikita had the potential of the majority. From day one, the show was chalk full of action, sensuality, and excellent plot twists to keep infested. Maggie Q and Lyndsy Fonseca have been moving to see how to end the division from within.
But what about that other CW program? The one with the cheerleaders? TV line, reads as follows: Tom Welling The joy Hellcats produced drama did not fare so well, and has been officially canceled. Well, Dang. I know this will annoy a lot of fans Hellcats. I’ve seen some online petitions to save the show in the last week, but at the end of the day am too little too late. A few rabid fans can do much, but the requests do not help a program of struggle in the ratings that is ultimately what matters.
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