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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (87 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0012BS5XU
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 149,738 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


Hello again! Four-and-a-half years after the searing and surprising events that marked their final days at Tree Hill High, old friends return to their North Carolina hometown. Some of them reached the goals they set as teens: Lucas published his novel, Brooke rocked the fashion world as an acclaimed couturière and Haley became the teacher she always yearned to be. Some didn't: Peyton crashed and burned in L.A., and Nathan saw his promise of pro hoops glory evaporate in a single, violent moment. But once they're back home in this involving 5-Disc, 18-Episode Season Five Set, everyone discovers so much is the same: love, friendship, challenges, triumphs, laughs, tears...and dreams. As Lucas says, it's just the beginning. See insert for instructions on how to download digital copies of all episodes (must be done in one session; code can only be used once; compatible with iTunes and Windows Media; offer expires 12/31/09

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By austen_megabux on 26 Sept. 2010
Format: DVD
In many ways, the best season of One Tree Hill.

This season sees the five principal characters as well as some others realise that the things you felt at 18 and the hopes and dreams you had are not necessarily destined to come true.

Nathan's dreams of the NBA are useless now due to an accident he sustained on the pinnacle of success. He's disenchanted, in a wheelchair, and maintains that he has nothing.

His wife Haley has no music in her future, quite literally, she is doing something she can potentially enjoy but lives in the cold atmosphere of her husband's Nathan inability to be want to recover.

Lucas has written his novel, is no longer half of 'Leyton', and has lost the ability to find inspiration in what he had.

The events of the season are triggered by the decision of the hugely successful at fashion, yet terribly lonely, Brooke Davis, and her best friend, the struggling at the music industry, Peyton Sawyer that they need to return to Tree Hill to remember and re-ignite that spark.

This season really is about that - the need to re-ignite the spark. It does end happily, I think, with all of them finding it in some way or another; not completing their dreams yet but discovering the means to if they try.

I loved the time gap and the message behind it; this is quality One Tree Hill at its best.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By underthethumb VINE VOICE on 6 Dec. 2009
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
With the fifth season of One Tree Hill, create Mark Schwahn took the bold and risky step of fast forwarding the show four years, post college, to the gang at the start of the series separated - Brooke in New York with her fashion empire, Peyton in Los Angeles lost in her failing music career, the Scotts having returned to Tree Hill; Lucas with his first book published and dating his editor, Haley and Nathan with a house and Jamie now four.

It was a risk and for the most part it works very well. However, this series was also interrupted by the Writer's Guild strike which caused it to be cut short to only 18 episodes. The first 12 before the strike and the final 6 rushed out after it ended. This does lead to some of the storylines feeling a little jumpy and hurried in places. The writing is much tighter in this series though with the story very much focused on the now adult characters. Their parents are reduced to occasional appearances with only Dan making more than a fleeting visit.

The box set contains all 18episodes of the fifth season, now reduced to five discs rather than the usual six. As with the previous seasons there are plenty of extras though including additional scenes on most episodes, commentaries on two episodes, documentaries on the show reaching 100 episode, a fast forward discussion on the four year jump and the Kate Voegle video for Only Fooling Myself.

I didn't enjoy this season as much as the previous four but it is still excellent viewing and well worth watching.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By CJ Taylor on 12 Jun. 2008
Format: DVD
I was a little apprehensive about the 5th series of one of my favourite TV shows after hearing they were going to move 4 years into the future and after watching the first episode I did feel a little like the show had changed too much, the characters weren't really together and it was a shock to see them all with new careers and things.
However the series went from strength to strength and is easily as good if not better than before, we have some Naley drama with a vile nanny Carrie mixing things up, a wedding, a new singer for Peyton to launch, of course some basketball and some evil Dan and the series ends on an amazing cliffhanger, I don't know how I am going to survive waiting for season 6 to begin!
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21 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Philipp Rossmann on 26 July 2008
Format: DVD
When I first heard that One Tree Hill is going 4 years into the future I wasn't really sure that I would still like it as much as I used to. But I was clearly wrong. It's definitely hard to make a transition like that. But the producers of the show totally nailed it!

As I already said, season 5 starts 4 years later. Brooke has her own clothing line and magazine, Haley and Nathan have a 4 year old son, Jamie. Haley is about to become a teacher at Tree Hill High. As for Nathan he finds himself with broken dreams sitting in a wheel chair. Lucas' first book became a best-seller and he also has a new girlfriend, his editor Lindsey. Peyton is still in L.A., but not as happy as she hoped to be. And neither is Brooke. They both decide to return to Tree Hill.

Like in every season, the main characters have many struggles they have to go through. I felt really bad for Peyton this season, she's always the most troubled one but this season it hits her hard when she finds the love of her life, Lucas, in the arms of another woman. The season finale leaves us hanging with not just one huge cliffhanger. And even though I felt really sorry for Peyton the entire season, it's Brooke's storyline that made me shed a tear or two in the season's last episode.

All in all another great season. Not as good as season 4 (still my favorite) but pretty damn close!
Even though it's 4 years later it's still appropriate to say "GO RAVENS"!
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By Mr. D. L. Rees TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 7 Aug. 2010
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Four years on, all joined at a low ebb. In New York designer Brooke is successful but lonely. In Los Angeles record company dogsbody Peyton is unsuccessful and lonely. Lucas struggles with a second novel. Haley is concerned for husband Nathan - his basketball hopes wrecked and he in a wheelchair.

The downbeat start is needed so we can more greatly appreciate what happens when all converge and fortunes revive. The time leap was a gamble but it pays off - gifted cast rising to the challenge. Their work is cut out not to be upstaged by newcomer Jackson Brundage as four year old Jamie, a scene stealer if ever there was. The relationship between brothers Lucas and Nathan has never been stronger, both deserving more support from the main women in their lives. Basketball fanatic Quentin, initially so obnoxious, has an unexpected and crucial part to play. It is good to see Brooke responding to stronger storylines (but the baby fostering does not convince).

The writers' strike means only eighteen episodes. Cast and crew worked hard to ensure the show celebrated its hundredth before the strike began. Lucas' wedding day! But to whom? (Extra drama to be supplied by Tree Hill's latest visiting psychopath.) The bonus on this landmark episode is very moving - everybody justifiably elated for, so often, the show's future had been in grave doubt.

Creator Mark Schwahn has a passion for music and is keen to publicise the groups he admires. This works well in live sequences (as at TRIC'S), less well with soundtracks when they do not complement but intrude - loud lyrics competing with words being spoken. This distracts and reduces enjoyment.

Otherwise a fine season. Recommended.
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