One Tree Hill was one of the most acclaimed teen drama series, which premiered during the 2000s. The drama was set in the fictional town of Tree Hill in North Carolina and from the start followed the presences of two half-brothers, Lucas Scott and Nathan Scott. Actually Sophia Bush, who portrayed the character of Brooke Davis on the drama series revealed that adults on the sets of her show were controlling and manipulative towards her and her co-stars.
Sophia Bush reveals reality about the show’s sets
In an interview for the Chicks in the Office podcast, Sophia Bush talked for quite a while about her experience on the sets of the incredibly notable show named One Tree Hill. She uncovered that it was a particular time for her and her co-stars to be in their mid 20s and accept the piece of high-schoolers and moreover it was odd because, somely, they were managed like adults. She added that in light of everything, she can see the way she and the cast members were fetishized and they had this point of convergence of adulthood put over them.
Sophia mentioned how she and her co-actors should know everything and have answers, and be, ultimately, professional. Talking further about her experience on the sets of the show, she added that she, close by various actors, was being controlled a lot by adults on the set whom they trusted. Bush also kidded how they trusted in these adults who didn’t require the cast members to be close since they calculated the actors would revitalize and demand more money. She shut by saying that it was really strange and those were just things they didn’t think about by then.
The One Tree Hill cast included actors like Chad Michael Murray, James Lafferty, Hilarie Burton, Bethany Joy Lenz, Paul Johansson, Barry Corbin among various others. The show premiered in 2003 and wrapped up in 2012 in the wake of circling 9 successful seasons. The essential storyline in the early seasons focused in on the relationship between two half-brothers, Lucas and Nathan Scott, who start as enemies yet bond as the show progresses.