Oh no! Lea Michelle and her new beau Robert Buckley have decided to end their relationship after just two months of dating, according to a new report. We have all of the sad details, right here!
Well this is disappointing! Lea Michele, 29, and Robert Buckley, 35, were our favorite new couple, but on July 7 we learned that they are no longer together. A new report claims that after just two months, they decided to go their separate ways. Here’s the scoop!
Hot romance alert! Lea Michele has found a new flame in ‘One Tree Hill’ alum and ‘iZombie’ star Robert Buckley — and things are getting steamy fast. Keep reading to find out all about their new relationship!
Lea Michele, 29, hasn’t shunned love quite just yet, despite her messy relationship issues in the past. Now there are new reports that the Scream Queens actress has a new man in her life, and is dating iZombie star Robert Buckley, 35, Talk about a cutie! Here’s what we know about their recent, PDA-filled dates!
Even though only four new episodes remain, Robert promises ‘there’s lots more to be seen at The Drake.’
666 Park Avenue is closing its doors for good in 2013, and according to Robert Buckley, none of the residents are guaranteed to check out alive! “No one is safe,” he told HollywoodLife.com on Dec. 9 at The Cinema Society’s screening of Stand Up Guys at the MoMA in NYC, sponsored by Chrysler and Bally. “At least one person, if not more, are in serious peril.”
Robert tells HollywoodLife.com about the Oct. 28 episode of ‘666 Park Avenue.’ Viewers can expect a Halloween fright!
Hollywoodlife.com caught up with Robert Buckley at the the Cinema Society and Tumi’s screening of This Must Be the Place on Oct. 25, where he told us we can expect “some sexy costumes, at least one fistfight and at least one kidnapping” on the Halloween episode of 666 Park Avenue. “It’s our strongest episode yet” he said. Sounds exciting!
The March 28 episode brought smiles, waterworks & a major step for one fan-favorite couple!
As One Tree Hill‘s series finale inches closer and closer — it’s literally seven days away now — the residents of Tree Hill burned their failures and burdens at the town’s Burning Boat Festival.
The show hasn’t been picked up for the fall 2011 season yet. Do you think it deserves a last-minute renewal?
Many CW viewers breathed a sigh of relief April 26 when the network announced the renewal of five hit series — but the news wasn’t quite as hopeful for One Tree Hill fans, whose favorite show remains very much on the bubble. As a longtime fan myself, I have to say I’d be pretty bummed if these next three episodes also turn out to be the last. I’m not ready to say goodbye to the group of madcap southerners who taught me so much about life. And actually made me care about basketball.
Was I watching One Tree Hill tonight… or Lost? The similarities are uncanny.
While I disagree with the show’s decision to extend Clay’s (Robert Buckley) adventures in Purgatory for yet another week, I will applaud the Sept. 21 episode of The CW’s One Tree Hill for trying something weird. Sure, we’ve seen another version of this storyline before — remember when Lucas (Chad Michael Murray) had a post-heartattack visit to the afterlife? — but I was still legitimately sucked into it. When Clay watched himself dying, I felt like I was watching myself dying. Spooky stuff.
The eighth season premiere has the best ending ever. If you haven’t watched, don’t read on because I’m totally going to spoil it for you.
None of my friends believe me, but The CW’s One Tree Hill can be really good. At its best, it’s car crashes and school shootings and psycho murderers on prom night. The Sept. 14 season premiere comes vaguely close to that with a clever mixture of the show’s trademark romantic gobbledigook and the best twist ending ever!
The first trailer for season eight is here! But there’s still no sign of gunshot victims Clay & Quinn.
Yes, One Tree Hill is still on the air — and yes, it is still amazing. The CW drama returns Sept. 14, and we finally have our first look at the upcoming eighth season! In this 10-second teaser, we see Brooke (Sophia Bush) on her way to jail, pregnant Haley (Bethany Joy Galeotti) acting a little manic, and Chase (Stephen Colletti) getting confronted by Mia (Kate Voegele) over whether or not he slept with Alex (Jana Kramer.) Never a dull moment with those wacky hill folk.
Do you hope Rob’s character sticks around for season eight?
After Clay was shot in the chest on the season finale of One Tree Hill, no one knows whether or not he’ll live to see the season premiere — not even Robert Buckley, the actor who plays him! “I hope I haven’t died,” he told HollywoodLife.com exclusively May 20 at the Think PR Upfront Studio at NYC’s Empire Hotel. “That would be a pretty sick joke bringing me out here [to NYC for The CW Upfront Presentation.]” We agree, Rob! Our jaws dropped when we saw Clay and Quinn (Shantel VanSanten) shot by crazy Katie (Amanda Schull) and we’d be really bummed if either one of them aren’t back for season eight.
After last night’s ridiculous finale, how could they NOT keep the show going?
Looks like we’ll be getting our answers to all the burning questions posed on May 17’s One Tree Hill finale — The CW has officially decided to renew it for the fall, Entertainment Weekly‘s Michael Ausiello is reporting. As was anticipated, the show will likely be given 12 episodes, as will The CW’s newest series Life Unexpected. BFFs, we’ve been lobbying for this for MONTHS, so this is TERRIFIC news! Even if the show’s abbreviated eighth season does turn out to be its last, at least the devoted fans will get the closure they deserve. And after last night’s shocking turn of events, closure is DEFINITELY needed!
An otherwise so-so season finale was totally saved by the last 10 minutes full of crazy twists!
SPOILER ALERT! If you haven’t seen the May 17 season finale of One Tree Hill, STOP READING! I had the pleasure of live-tweeting the madness for HollywoodLife.com, and I’d still appreciate someone helping me pick my jaw up off the floor. There’s no way this show isn’t going to get picked up for at least half a season in the fall — there’s WAY too much story left to tell. Click to find out what happened last night & VOTE!
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Though the trailer for this Monday’s finale screams “last episode,” rumors are buzzing that One Tree Hill will get an eighth season!
It’s true, BFFs! There’s still hope that we’ll get to see more of Sophia Bush, Robert Buckley and the rest of the gang from Tree Hill this fall! According to Entertainment Weekly‘s Michael Ausiello, “The CW is said to be strongly considering renewing both One Tree Hill and Life Unexpected for 12 episodes apiece.” Half a season is better than no season at all, and it would give the show an opportunity to wrap up its story lines and give fans the ending they deserve. BFFs, click here to tell us what YOU would want to see next fall if One Tree Hill gets an eighth season!
One Tree Hill fans are more determined than ever to keep their favorite show on the air for one more year!
We here at HollywoodLife.com are pretty big fans of One Tree Hill and it looks like all of YOU are, too! Over the past week, you’ve been commenting on our site and even tweeting to Bonnie Fuller‘s Twitter about how badly you want to see your favorite show continue on The CW for at least one more season. We hear your cries, and though we sadly don’t have too much say over what gets picked up, we can direct your attention to a special petition addressed to the network. Some dedicated fans have rallied together to create this petition, which has already gathered 8,996 votes (as of Feb. 21), just 1,004 votes short of their goal. So if you’re a fan, make your voice heard! Tell The CW you’re not ready to say goodbye to One Tree Hill! Click here to read more & sign the petition!