Sierra in San Luis Obispo, Calif: Is there going to be any more competition with Mia (Kate Voegele) and Alex (Jana Kramer) on One Tree Hill, or is Chase Alex’s man for good?Before you reach for your “Team Mia/Alex” T-shirts from the back of the closest, we’ve got to admit: you won’t be needing them! We just chatted with Stephen Colletti and he revealed to us that Voegele is will not be in any of the final 13 episodes. “She does not come back, you’ll not be seeing her. She’s not in the season at all this year.” Looks like Mia stands for MIA…
harrisonnnx3: One Tree Hill! How many times, on average, am I going to cry this season?We want to know that, too! And that’s why we took that very question to creator Mark Schwahn while we chatted about the final season. And we’re going to get a lot more than crying when One Tree Hill premieres Jan. 11. “I think that this season has a little more suspense. I think it has a little more testosterone and a little more darkness to it,” Schwahn tells us. “But there are plenty of opportunities to cry for whoever wants to cry with the show!” Oh, geez. We knew it. We’re just not ready for the pain!