1.07 Regreso Del Infierno
One Tree Hill alum Shantel VanSanten has signed on to CW’s ensemble drama pilot The Messengers, from writer/co-exec producer Eoghan O’Donnell and exec producer Basil Iwanyk. In it, when a mysterious object crashes down to earth, a group of seemingly unconnected strangers die from the energy pulse, but then awaken to learn that they have been deemed responsible for preventing the impending Apocalypse. VanSanten, repped by Innovative Artists and Leverage Management, will play Vera, a NASA scientist.
Welcome back! As you can see the site has a new look, which I hope you will all like. In addition to the new design, the gallery has been updated with two new promotional photos of Shantel and the cast of Gang Related. Enjoy the new additions and look for new events and more to be added very soon as well.
Thanks again to Ann for the new promotional photos.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to Shantel, her family, and to all of you. Thank you all for visiting the site and for your continued support. I wish you all the best this holiday season. Be safe and enjoy the time with your loved ones.
I just wanted to take a moment to let you guys know that the site will be on break a bit longer than initially planned due to my schedule being incredibly hectic right now. I hope to be back before the end of the year, but I can’t really say for sure at present. Even though there won’t be new updates for a while, the main site and gallery will remain online for you to browse.
Below is a new video featuring some behind the scenes footage of Shantel at a recent photoshoot. Photos from the shoot will be added over the weekend.
Check out the new Just Yell Fire PSAs featuring Shantel, Bethany Joy Galeotti, Shay Mitchell, Booboo Stewart and others by clicking on the images below.
Throughout the past nine years, the hit television series One Tree Hill has taken millions of viewers through a roller-coaster coming-of-age trip following the lives of high schoolers in a quaint town in North Carolina. On April 4, that journey—spanning 187 episodes and uncountable moments of drama—came to an end.
The series finale lasted two hours, with the first hour incorporating clips of the cast and crew answering questions and reminiscing over highlights of their nine highly melodramatic, emotion-filled seasons.
Creator Mark Schwahn discussed the show’s multipurpose aims: to relate to struggling students nationwide by tackling difficult issues, to create a platform for talented up-and-coming musicians and to create a cast of characters with whom viewers can become “pseudo-friends.”
Whether an episode dealt with topics of school shootings, drugs or eating disorders, lead actor James Lafferty notes, “The show has helped [fans] through tough periods in their lives, and I think that’s a testament to where the heart of our show is.”