The fifth season of the Wilmington-filmed television series "One Tree Hill" is now available on a DVD set.
The DVD set is available starting this week and includes bonus features such as thanks to local crew members from executive producer Joe Davola. It also includes footage and interviews from a party held last winter at the Cameron Art Museum to celebrate the show's 100th episode.
The set includes 18 episodes along with three hours of special features that include the party scenes and commentary from creator Mark Schwahn on two episodes.
The show's sixth and possibly final season begins airing at Sept. 1 on the CW network. The show's fifth season ended with Lucas Scott, played by Chad Michael Murray, proposing to one of three women.
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