‘One Tree Hill’s Paul Johansson is dealing with some major issues right now, claiming that the mother of his child gave their five-year-old son sleeping pills. This allegation comes after the mother filed a restraining order against Paul for allegedly flipping out on her after the child had an allergy attack. Get the scoop on the drama right here.
Paul Johansson is well-known as an on-screen villian — the extremely hated father, Dan Scott, in ‘One Tree Hill,’ and ‘Mad Men’ creep, Ferg Donnelly. However, he is now facing the wrath in real life, being accused of making sexist comments to a female journalist during an interview at BuzzFeed.
Susan Cheng, an editorial assistant at BuzzFeed, shared a full story about an experience she had while interviewing Paul Johansson, the 51-year-old actor who is known for being a great villain. She titled the story, What Hollywood’s Acceptance Of Sexism Looks Like In Practice, in which she claimed that he made many remarks that made her extremely uncomfortable. The actor’s lawyer also released a rebuttal statement.
The mastermind behind ‘One Tree Hill’ weighs in on one of the series’ most debated story lines: Was Dan Scott officially redeemed?
Well, kids, the day we’ve all been dreading has finally arrived: One Tree Hill‘s two-hour series finale airs at 8 p.m. tonight on The CW. I recently spoke with creator Mark Schwahn about the show’s epic nine-year run, and as is often the case, the conversation quickly turned to its most polarizing character, Dan Scott (Paul Johansson). You’ll be very happy to know that, like the fans, Mark still has very conflicted thoughts about the late villain’s redemption — or lack thereof.
Dan finally earns his son’s love & gets a surprise visitor from ‘Tree Hill’ past! This was the most emotional episode of the season.
Jamie’s (Jackson Brundage) words “He’ll be alright, he’s Grandpa Dan,” echoed throughout the hospital on the March 21 episode of One Tree Hill, as everyone came together after Dan (Paul Johansson) took a a bullet for Nathan (James Lafferty).
Hide the sharp objects! Paul says tomorrow night’s ‘One Tree Hill’ is going to be a nail-biter!
In case you weren’t able to tell from the intense promos, the March 21 episode of One Tree Hill is going to be the most emotional one yet — and Paul Johansson urges you to plan accordingly. Fans should “take any glass objects they have in the house, stomp on them, then walk in a puddle of iodine,” Paul tells HollywoodLife.com. “Therefore, they will be numb.”
Is Dan dying? Is Brooke OK? This week’s ‘One Tree Hill’ was insane!
The March 14 episode of One Tree Hill was the most action-packed hour of the series. Dan (Paul Johansson) put his plan into action to try and save Nathan (James Lafferty), while Brooke Davis (Sophia Bush) was just trying to stay alive.
Let’s get real for a second: Someone’s about to be fixing cars with Uncle Keith in heaven.
As the final season of One Tree Hill marches on, we’re slowly getting explanations for the shocking flash-forward sequence seen on the premiere — and on the Feb. 29 episode, we’ll finally figure out whose corpse Haley (Bethany Joy Galeotti) has to identify at the morgue! So who does the mystery body belong to? To figure that out, we’ll have to play my favorite game ever: Tree Hill Corpse Roulette! (Actually, that’s my second favorite game. My first is Dream Phone.)
Plus, Sophia Bush weighs in on Brooke’s dad’s highly-anticipated arrival! What kind of drama do you think he’ll bring to Tree Hill?
There are a few more familiar faces returning for One Tree Hill‘s ninth, and final, season — plus a few new ones! Warner Bros. has confirmed that, not only will Barbara Alyn Woods reprise her role as Nathan’s (James Lafferty) pill-popping cougar mom Deb for one episode, but Richard Burgi will also recur as Brooke’s (Sophia Bush) oft-discussed-but-never-seen father!
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