One Tree Hill Spoilers & News: New Melrose Place Deal Sealing Fate of One Tree Hill

Source: Kristin on E!Online

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Inside sources confirm: One Tree Hill boss Mark Schwahn is in talks to write the pilot for the CW’s new Melrose Place.

According to one well-placed CW insider, Schwahn is “the biggest name” and “top candidate” available for the remake of the ’90s spinoff to Beverly Hills, 90210.

“The deal is not done yet,” another reliable network source tells me. “But it looks like it’s going to happen. I would be surprised if it didn’t go through.”

So what does this mean for the future of One Tree Hill?

Hilarie Burton, Chad Michael Murray, One Tree Hill Fred Norris/The CW

All good things!

According to insiders, CW president Dawn Ostroff and her team have been so pleased with the creative direction of One Tree Hill, they are planning to pick up the series for at least another season or two. (Say it with me, fans: Holler!)

The CW suits also are making sure Schwahn will stay on as OTH executive producer even if he also works on the new Melrose.

What’s that they say about the cake and the eating of it?

Schwahn has asked that the network make a decision on season seven of Tree Hill before Jan. 1 (in order to plot out the final episodes of the current season), so news of a seventh-season pickup should come very soon.

Given his Tree Hill track record, Schwahn certainly seems a good man for the job. And as long as he doesn’t spread himself too thin, this is all fantastic news for fans. Agree? Disagree? Share your thoughts below…

New Supernatural Spoilers & Previews For January Episodes!

New Clips From ‘Supernatural’ January 2009 Episodes

‘Family Remains’, ‘Criss Angel is a Douche Bag’ and ‘Afterschool Special’, three episodes of ‘Supernatural’ that will air in January next year are previewed.

Three new clips from the “” episodes that will air in January 2009 have been released and compiled in a single player below. The three chapters that will come back haunting are “Family Remains”, “Criss Angel is a Douche Bag” and “Afterschool Special”.

“Family Remains” will be aired on January 15. Sam and Dean investigate a farm house that seems to be haunted by a woman in the walls. In the clip for the episode, a boy discovers that ‘somebody’ hides in the closet and throws a ball at him. “Criss Angel is a Douche Bag” meanwhile, will be on screen the next week on January 22. A magician turns to black magic to revive his failing career, including transferring his fate when a trick goes wrong.

“Afterschool Special” will take over January 29 with a flashback episode when Sam and Dean are still high schoolers. The brothers investigate a haunting at one of the high schools they attended as kids. In the clip Dean acts as a coach of dodge ball for a class. Young Dean will be played by Brock Kelly while Colin Ford will reprise his role as young Sam. — Ace Showbiz

Source: Zap2It’s Korbi TV

“Family Remains” – Airs Thurs., 1/15 at 9:00 p.m.
Sam and Dean investigate a house that appears to be haunted, but when an unsuspecting family moves in they find that it’s actually occupied by something much more sinister.  Guest starring David Newsom and Helen Slater.

“Criss Angel is a Douche Bag” – Airs Thurs., 1/22 at 9:00 p.m.
Three aging magicians attend a magic conference and prove that they still have a few unbelievable tricks up their sleeves – but are they only illusions?  Meanwhile Ruby (guest star Genevieve Cortese) tries to convince Sam to use a little magic of his own. Guest starring Barry Bostwick, Richard Libertini and John Rubinstein.

“After School Special” – Airs Thurs., 1/29 at 9:00 p.m.
A mysterious death finds Sam and Dean returning to one of the high schools they briefly attended while traveling around the country with their dad.  But flashbacks reveal that the short time they were at the school resulted in a dramatic effect on the future.  Guest starring Colin Ford as “Young Sam” and Brock Kelly as “Young Dean.”

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