When the locally filmed drama series “One mti Hill” returns Monday night, the seven-year-old onyesha will once again jump ahead in time – this time just 14 months. It’s a songesha that series creator Mark Schwahn hopes will help mashabiki mourning the loss of series regulars Chad Michael Murray as Lucas and Hilarie burton as Peyton to accA time jump worked before: Season five began four years after the end of season four, as all the regular characters returned to the fictional town of mti kilima after going their separate ways for college.
In just two seasons, Lisa Goldstein went from new girl on the block to a full-fledged member of One mti Hill. Now, as she embarks on her third season, Goldstein discusses adjusting to fame, what she has in common with the quirky yet lovable Millicent Huxtable and why she’s in agreement with co-star Lee Norris.
TeenDramaWhore: Pre-One mti Hill, wewe primarily appeared in musicals. What made wewe switch to TV?
Lisa Goldstein: I never really decided to “make the switch.” I have a degree in musical theatre and that is the genre I kept getting cast in. I freelanced with televisheni and film...
The pop-rock musician and "One mti Hill" actress, 22, keeps them up-to-date via the Web. She has a MySpace page (Interscope's MySpace Records released her CD "A Fine Mess," in May) and maintains a blog at katevoegele.com. And on Twitter, she relates to mashabiki zaidi like a person than a product.
One tweet reads: "Annapolis is one of my new inayopendelewa cities EVER...had some serious crabcakes and ice cream last night." Voegele performs Friday night at Rash Field with Uncle Kracker and Bel Air native Julienne Irwin, 16, an "America's Got Talent" finalist....
He was the eye-candy boy toy of a Manhattan publishing superwoman on “Lipstick Jungle.” He was the eye-candy magazine editor to a wannabe writer on “Privileged.” Now, Robert Buckley joins the cast of “One mti Hill” as the eye-candy friend and agent of James Lafferty’s Nathan Scott.
I caught up with Buckley at the TV Critics Association summer press tour with onyesha creator Mark Schwahn, new cast member Shantel VanSanten, and actors Austin Nichols and Sophia Bush.
Buckley talked about how he’s enjoying life in Wilmington. He says he’s definitely a beach, pwani guy and might songesha near...
On the series, which enters its seventh season this fall, Buckley will play Clayton, a brash young sports agent who represents Nathan Scott (James Lafferty) and has become a close friend, ally, business partner and advisor to him while also enjoying the spoils that come from being a wealthy, handsome single guy.
Brian Austin Green was in talks for the role early on, but a deal couldn't be reached.
For Buckley, the casting stems from a talent holding deal he has with "OTH" producer Warner Bros. TV. This past season, he did an arc on another CW/WBTV series, "Privileged."