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- Episode 01: Pilot
- Episode 02: The Places You Have Come to Fear the Most
- Episode 03: Are You True?
- Episode 04: Crash Into You
- Episode 05: All That You Can't Leave Behind
- Episode 06: Every Night is Another Story
- Episode 07: Life in a Glass House
- Episode 08: The Search for Something More
- Episode 09: With Arms Outstretched
- Episode 10: You Gotta Go There to Come Back
- Episode 11: The Living Years
- Episode 12: Crash Course in Polite Conversations
- Episode 13: Hanging by a Moment
- Episode 14: I Shall Believe
- Episode 15: Suddenly Everything Has Changed
- Episode 16: The First Cut is the Deepest
- Episode 17: Spirit in the Night
- Episode 18: To Wish Impossible Things
- Episode 19: How Can You Be Sure?
- Episode 20: What Is and What Should Never Be
- Episode 21: The Leaving Song
- Episode 22: The Games That Play Us
Keywords: #Chad Michael Murray #Hilarie Burton #James Lafferty #Mark Schwahn #One Tree Hill - Season 1
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Critics Of "One Tree Hill - Season 1"
Tracy McLoone PopMatters
September 23, 2003 One Tree Hill will likely be cast as a "girl's" show (much like Dawson's), despite its focus on male athletes. This doesn't mean boys won't watch it, just that they won't talk about it.Read in Source
Alynda Wheat Entertainment Weekly
September 23, 2003 We haven't had a pleasure this guilty since Melrose Place.Read in Source
Melissa Camacho Common Sense Media
September 23, 2003 The grittier storylines, as well as the departure of some of the main characters in later years, may not appeal to fans of the show's earlier seasons. But One Tree Hill still has the potential to appeal to a new generation of teens.Read in Source
David Bianculli New York Daily News
September 23, 2003 The young audience for which One Tree Hill is aimed may swallow all this unflinchingly. Yet if they learned anything from Dawson's Creek, a much better and smarter show, they're more likely to gag.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...