After all, there's been nothing quite like the rollercoaster ride of relationships and drama since the final credits rolled in 2012.
Yet, did you know that the show was also the birthplace of a number of relationships in real life too?
So I’ll go out of my way to make them feel romanced,’ Lafferty confessed to the US magazine Portrait.
Indeed, just this week, in response to the publicity over his Leopardstown canoodling with Eve, Lafferty seemed somewhat upset that the relationship had been rumbled, tweeting about that awkward moment when ‘your personal life goes out into the public’.
'"Lafferty has come a long way since filming OTH in Wilmington, North Carolina.
On Sunday morning (May 21, 2017) the American Sun-Times reported James Lafferty and girlfriend, to be shopping for engagement rings."I think the entire fifth season was my favorite because it was the first season that we saw them with [their son] Jamie," the Underground actor tells Us."It exciting for me was to see how that changed the dynamic between Nathan and Haley and to see them play parents — to see [something] besides them in love. That fifth season was a really special time."Lafferty, 30, played Nathan Scott on show, which ran for nine seasons from 2003 to 2012.For even those he has crossed in love hardly have a bad word to say about him.Even one of his cast-mates on One Tree Hill, whose ex-wife hooked up with Lafferty, says: ‘James and I are friends.Indeed, many members of the cast gave love a try during their time of the show, some with more success than others.Find out who below: Perhaps the couple of One Tree Hill (on and off-screen), Chad Michael Murray and Sophia Bush began dating the year that the show began, getting engaged in May 2004 and marrying the following year.We’re a tight little group.’ And last night, even the mother of another ex of his gushed that he was ‘an amazing young man’.But the 25-year-old California-born actor, whose parents run a construction firm in a blue-collar town outside Los Angeles, makes no secret of his contemptuous attitude to the fair sex.‘I don’t get a whole lot out of the romance thing but I realise girls do."Not too long ago, I was in Odon, Indianapolis, and I went into a sports bar, and a couple of people recognized me from ' One Tree Hill.' I took a picture and then, probably, like, five minutes later somebody put on ' I Don't Want to Be' by Gavin De Graw," he adds, laughing."The manager came up to me and was like, ' Sorry, man.' I was like, ' It's fine — at least it's a good song!