James Lafferty, Stephen Colletti on ‘Ridiculous’ Auditions That Inspired ‘Everyone Is Doing Great’ (Video)

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James Lafferty and Stephen Colletti drew from their own life experiences when they set out to create their independent TV series “Everyone Is Doing Great” — and we don’t just mean the good ones.

The “One Tree Hill” alums stopped by TheWrap last week to talk about their fundraising campaign for the new dramedy, which centers around two former co-stars, Jeremy Davis (Lafferty) and Seth Stewart (Colletti), who are best-known for their fictional “The Vampire Diaries”-type show, “Eternal,” but have been having a tough time being taken seriously in showbiz since it ended five years ago.

Because TheWrap got a sneak peek at the first episode ahead of our sit-down, we knew about one awkward scene in the pilot in which Seth has to pretend to, um, “make love” to a pillow for an on-camera audition. Of course we immediately needed to know what led them to that cringe-inducing plot point.

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“That particular scene in the first episode is inspired by, you know, all sorts of auditions that we’ve had over the years where you go in thinking you’re doing one thing and then you’re completely thrown for a loop and then you walk out of there going, ‘What just happened? That was not supposed to happen that way,’” Colletti told TheWrap, laughing. “And some of it is because you know they’ll throw something on you, they’ll spring something on you. And some of it is ridiculous; it’s absolutely unnecessary.”

“A love scene in an audition with an inanimate object seems outrageous — but you’d be shocked as to how many of our actor friends we showed this to, and then they turned to us and were like, ‘Were you in that audition? Did you go — did you read for that?’ Because it happens all the time, apparently [laughs]. More so than we even knew.”

Colletti and Lafferty are running an Indiegogo campaign to raise the funds to produce a six-episode first season of “Everyone Is Doing Great.” The guys are trying to hit $350,000 by the time their campaign ends on July 20, and at the time of publication had reached $145,876.

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When asked where they’d like to see the series go, should it be picked up after production, they said they are leaning more toward a streaming service like Netflix.

“I think it’s gonna come down to whoever lets us do what we want to do,” Lafferty said. “We’re really looking forward to tapping into that sort of open-mindedness of the streaming platform world where you can have a 36/37 minute episode of a ‘comedy.’ And where they really are crossing genres more in television now than broadcast is. So that would be, I think, the dream.”

Here is the official logline for “Everyone Is Doing Great”: Seth and Jeremy enjoyed success from “Eternal,” a hit television vampire drama. Five years after their show has ended, they lean on each other as they struggle to reclaim their previous level of success and relevance, awkwardly navigating the perils of life and love amidst a humorously painful coming of age.

Watch the full interview above.

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Chad Michael Murray to Star in Hallmark Channel Holiday Film ‘The Wise Men’

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“One Tree Hill” star Chad Michael Murray is set to star alongside “Once Upon a Time” alum Jessy Schram in a Hallmark Channel Christmas movie, the network said Monday.

The actor will lead “The Wise Men,” one of 34 new holiday films that will premiere across Hallmark and sister network Hallmark Movies & Mysteries later this year.

Schram will star in the film as Maggie, who “must ensure that three adult sons of her boss arrive home for Christmas,” according to Entertainment Weekly, which first reported the news. “But when a blizzard hits, Maggie persuades the eldest son and her co-worker, Danny (Murray), to assist her in navigating this cross-country journey while trying to shut down the blossoming romance that is coming with this snowstorm.”

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Some of Murray’s former “One Tree Hill” castmates will be reuniting for their own Christmas movie on Lifetime.

Hilarie Burton, Robert Buckley, Danneel Ackles and Antwon Tanner will star in the Lifetime original “The Christmas Contract” later this year, with a musical appearance from Tyler Hilton.

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Sophia Bush Says ‘One Tree Hill’ Creator Touched Her Ass: ‘I Hit Him F—ing Hard’

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“One Tree Hill” star Sophia Bush is sharing new details about showrunner Mark Schwahn’s bad behavior.

“The first time Mark Schwahn grabbed my ass I hit him in front of six other producers. And I hit him f—ing hard,” the actress said on Andy Cohen’s “Andy Cohen Live” SiriusXM show.

Bush said that she found out years later Schwahn called her “entitled” for avoiding his touch.

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“And he came back to LA and I was told years later by one of the then writers who became an EP that he came back being like, ‘That f—king entitled b—- who does she think she is,’” she explained. “And this very sweet man named Mike, who I love and who is like a ride or die for me, was like, ‘Maybe you just shouldn’t touch the girls.’ And, you know, Mark gave him the option of shut up and keep your job or get out.”

“I mean look, we’re not the only group of girls who have had a boss who is a pig,” she said, adding that she wanted to specify that “it was the best of times, it was the worst of times. Which really applies to our country right now, too, it’s like everything is a dumpster fire.”

“That show for us was very interesting because at times, it was wonderful, and at times it really wasn’t,” she continued. “Our writer’s room was in LA, so we had plenty of time where he wasn’t on set… So we had sort of highlight-reel, coming-of-age, romcom sh– together, and then we also had, like, batten down the hatches, he’s coming.”

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She added that it was “unhealthy” for everybody, but at 21, she didn’t know better.

“It was very clear to him to stay away from me,” she said after the hitting incident. But that didn’t stop the showrunner for going after other women who worked on the drama. “We knew when he was super obsessed with one girl on our show that he started trying to bang down her hotel room door in the middle of the night.”

Last November, Bush and several of her female co-stars, including Hilarie Burton and Bethany Joy Lenz, released a joint statement saying they had also been “psychologically and emotionally” by the Schwahn, calling it “an open secret.”

“Many of us were, to varying degrees, manipulated psychologically and emotionally. More than one of us is still in treatment for post-traumatic stress,” the statement read. “Many of us were put in uncomfortable positions and had to swiftly learn to fight back, sometimes physically, because it was made clear to us that the supervisors in the room were not the protectors they were supposed to be.

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“Many of us were spoken to in ways that ran the spectrum from deeply upsetting, to traumatizing, to downright illegal,” it went on. “And a few of us were put in positions where we felt physically unsafe. More than one woman on our show had her career trajectory threatened.”

Attempts to reach Schwahn for comment were unsuccessful.

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Sophia Bush Details ‘One Tree Hill’ Harassment: “I Hit Him In Front Of Six Other Producers”

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Sophia Bush says the first time One Tree Hill creator Mark Schwahn inappropriately touched her “I hit him in front of six other producers and I hit him f*cking hard.”
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E! fires The Royals creator Mark Schwahn over sexual harassment allegations

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Variety reports today that Mark Schwahn, the creator of E!’s monarchy-focused soap series The Royals, has now been fired from the network over a series of sexual harassment allegations. Schwahn was suspended from the show—which recently finished shooting on its fourth season—last month, after Audrey Wauchope, a writer…

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Hilarie Burton Says ‘One Tree Hill’ Creator Mark Schwahn Forced Himself on Her

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“One Tree Hill” star Hilarie Burton detailed sexual assault allegations against showrunner Mark Schwahn on Friday, saying that he forced himself upon her on multiple occasions, once while on a call with then-CW President Dawn Ostroff.

Burton said in an interview with Variety that Schwahn began pursuing an inappropriate relationship with her in the show’s third season, when he decided that she was “his muse.” Then, while on location during filming of the show’s fourth season, he kissed Burton in a limo while pitching the show’s fifth season to the network.

“I’m leaning in listening, and when it’s Dawn Ostroff’s turn to talk, he just leans over and starts kissing me,” she said. “I push him off, but I can’t say anything, because he’s on the phone fighting for our show to stay on the air. I’m just in this position where I’m thinking, ‘You’ve got to take it, Hil. Just laugh it off. You’ll get to Wilmington [North Carolina] in 45 minutes.’”

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She also said that Schwahn stuck his hand in her pants in 2006, which was corroborated by Burton’s co-star Danneel Ackles, and that he kissed her at a party for the show’s cast and crew.

After Burton told him to stop making inappropriate contact with the women on the show, Burton told Variety that he “screamed” at her for half an hour. “He went crazy,” she said. “I know exactly what this man’s hands look like, and they are my f—ing nightmare. I think of hands when I think of him, because they were relentless.”

Ackles also spoke to Variety about Schwahn’s relentless pursuit of a relationship with her, including showing up to her apartment and refusing to leave. Several writers also spoke out against Schwahn’s behavior, saying that he repeatedly sexualized the women on staff and made inappropriate contact.

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Former “One Tree Hill” writer Audrey Wauchope was the first to accuse Schwahn of misbehavior on Twitter earlier this week. However, she was soon backed up by the female stars of the hit show, including Sophia Bush, Burton and Bethany Joy Lenz, who released a joint statement saying they had also been “psychologically and emotionally” by the showrunner, calling it “an open secret.”

“Many of us were, to varying degrees, manipulated psychologically and emotionally. More than one of us is still in treatment for post-traumatic stress,” the statement read. “Many of us were put in uncomfortable positions and had to swiftly learn to fight back, sometimes physically, because it was made clear to us that the supervisors in the room were not the protectors they were supposed to be.

“Many of us were spoken to in ways that ran the spectrum from deeply upsetting, to traumatizing, to downright illegal. And a few of us were put in positions where we felt physically unsafe. More than one woman on our show had her career trajectory threatened.”

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Schwahn was later suspended from his current E! series “The Royals” as the network and producers launched an investigation into his behavior.

A total of 25 female cast and crew members of “The Royals” issued their own statement accusing Schwahn of similar behavior.

“Despite hearing rumours about his behaviour on One Tree Hill, those of us involved from the early stages went into the filming of the pilot hoping they were just that – rumours. By the time we wrapped this had irrevocably proven not to be the case,” the letter read.

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E! suspends Royals showrunner Mark Schwahn over sexual harassment allegations

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Mark Schwahn Suspended From ‘The Royals’ Amid Sexual Harassment Investigation

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“The Royals” showrunner Mark Schwahn has been suspended from the E! series amid an investigation into accusations of sexual harassment. The network and producer Lionsgate announced the move on Wednesday.

“E!, Universal Cable Productions and Lionsgate Television take sexual harassment allegations very seriously, investigate them thoroughly and independently, and take appropriate action,” the companies said in a joint statement. “Lionsgate has suspended Mark Schwahn from ‘The Royals’ as we continue our investigation.”

Production has already wrapped on the drama series’ fourth season, which is set to air as planned in 2018. Schwahn is the creator and an executive producer of the show that stars Elizabeth Hurley.

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Over the weekend, former “One Tree Hill” writer Audrey Wauchope tweeted that she was sexually harassed by showrunner Schwahn during her time with the teen drama, although she did not directly name him.

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This led the female stars of “One Tree Hill,” including Sophia Bush, Hilarie Burton and Bethany Joy Lenz, to release a joint statement saying they had also been “manipulated psychologically and emotionally” by Schwahn, who was with the show throughout its eight-season run.

Numerous Hollywood figures have been accused of sexual assault and misconduct in recent weeks, including Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, Jeremy Piven, Ed Westwick, Louis C.K. and James Toback.

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Showrunner Mark Schwahn has been suspended from his E! drama “The Royals” amid mounting allegations of sexual misconduct. “E!, Universal Cable Productions and Lionsgate Television take sexual harassment allegations very seriously, investigate them thoroughly and independently, and take appropriate action,” said the studios in a statement to Variety. “Lionsgate has suspended Mark Schwahn from ‘The […]

‘One Tree Hill’ Men Stand In Solidarity With Women In Wake Of Sexual Harassment Allegations

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The men of One Tree Hill wasted no time to support and stand in solidarity with their female colleagues in the wake of TV writer Audrey Wauchope’s sexual harassment allegations against OTH creator and showrunner Mark Schwahn. Actors Chad Michael Murray, Bryan Greenberg, Austin Nichols, James Lafferty, Stephen Colletti, Antwon Tanner, Lee Norris, and Robert Buckley took to social media to let their OTH co-stars that they’re in their corner.
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‘One Tree Hill’ Showrunner Mark Schwahn Accused of Sexual Harassment by Cast, Crew Members

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Cast and crew members from “One Tree Hill” issued a statement Monday night in support of writer Audrey Wauchope following her allegations on Twitter that she was sexually harassed by showrunner Mark Schwahn.

While she didn’t name him directly, Wauchope wrote a string of tweets over the weekend about herself and her writing partner, Rachel Specter, while they worked on The CW series.

In response, the female stars of the hit show, including Sophia Bush, Hilarie Burton and Bethany Joy Lenz, released a joint statement saying they had also been “psychologically and emotionally” by the showrunner, calling it “an open secret.”

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“Many of us were, to varying degrees, manipulated psychologically and emotionally. More than one of us is still in treatment for post-traumatic stress,” the statement read. “Many of us were put in uncomfortable positions and had to swiftly learn to fight back, sometimes physically, because it was made clear to us that the supervisors in the room were not the protectors they were supposed to be.

“Many of us were spoken to in ways that ran the spectrum from deeply upsetting, to traumatizing, to downright illegal. And a few of us were put in positions where we felt physically unsafe. More than one woman on our show had her career trajectory threatened,” it continued.

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In her tweets on Saturday, Wauchope said: “Female writers would try to get the spot where the showrunner wouldn’t sit as to not be touched. Often men would help out by sitting next to him, thus protecting the women … he’d just squeeze his disgusting body in between us and put his arms around us, grinning. He pet hair. He massaged shoulders. I know he did more but not to me so they’re not my stories to share.

“I’m furious and sad and everything else for the women who have sat on that couch next to that man,” she went on to say. “And I’m furious and sad and everything else that years later I don’t feel safe to be able to do anything real about this and that it seems to be happening all over this town.”

Wauchope later added, “I forgot we were staff writers on 2 shows. In the absence of a name I don’t want to implicate the good ones. The men of Cougartown are aces.”

In light of the Andrew Kreisberg reporting, a couple thoughts about my first writing job that I’ve wanted to say for years but have never had the guts to. When I was 29 my writing partner @RachelSpecter and I were hired as staff writers.

— Audrey Wauchope (@audreyalison) November 12, 2017

Imagine feeling for the rest of your career that you’re possibly an imposter – that maybe just maybe you’re only here because you’re a body, not a mind. It creeps into your thoughts and keeps you up at night and makes you wonder.

— Audrey Wauchope (@audreyalison) November 12, 2017

Sometimes we wouldn’t luck out and he’d just squeeze his disgusting body in between us and put his arms around us, grinning. He pet hair. He massaged shoulders. I know he did more but not to me so they’re not my stories to share.

— Audrey Wauchope (@audreyalison) November 12, 2017

It’s time, sisters. I am so proud to call these women my family. You cannot imagine. #linkinbio https://t.co/OvWGsCyuXb

— Sophia Bush (@SophiaBush) November 14, 2017

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“One Tree Hill” aired on the WB from 2003 to 2006 before moving to The CW until 2012.

Schwahn — who was with the teen drama for the entire eight years — is now on E!s “The Royals.”

“We are monitoring the information carefully,” a spokesperson for that network told TheWrap. “E!, Universal Cable Productions and Lionsgate Television are committed to providing a safe working environment in which everyone is treated respectfully and professionally.”

Wauchope and Schwahn have not replied to TheWrap’s request for comment.

Read the full statement from the former cast below.

To Whom It May Concern,

All of the female cast members of One Tree Hill have chosen this forum to stand together in support of Audrey Wauchope and one another. To use terminology that has become familiar as thesystemic reality of sexual harassment and assault has come more and more to light, Mark Schwahn’s behavior over the duration of the filming of One Tree Hill was something of an “open secret.” Many of us were, to varying degrees, manipulated psychologically and emotionally. More than one of us is still in treatment for post-traumatic stress. Many of us were put in uncomfortable positions and had to swiftly learn to fight back, sometimes physically, because it was made clear to us that the supervisors in the room were not the protectors they were supposed to be. Many of us were spoken to in ways that ran the spectrum from deeply upsetting, to traumatizing, to downright illegal. And a few of us were put in positions where we felt physically unsafe. More than one woman on our show had her career trajectory threatened.

The through line in all of this was, and still is, our unwavering support of and faith in one another. We confided in each other. We set up safe spaces to talk about his behavior and how to handle it. To warn new women who joined our ranks. We understood that a lot of it was orchestrated in ways that kept it out of sight for the studio back home. We also understood that no one was fully unaware. The lack of action that has been routine, the turning of the other cheek, is intolerable. We collectively want to echo the calls of women everywhere that vehemently demand change, in all industries.

Many of us were told, during filming, that coming forward to talk about this culture would result in our show being canceled and hundreds of lovely, qualified, hard-working, and talented people losing their jobs. This is not an appropriate amount of pressure to put on young girls. Many of us since have stayed silent publicly but had very open channels of communication in our friend group and in our industry, because we want Tree Hill to remain the place “where everything’s better and everything’s safe” for our fans; some of whom have said that the show quite literally saved their lives. But the reality is, no space is safe when it has an underlying and infectious cancer. We have worked at taking our power back, making the conventions our own, and relishing in the good memories. But there is more work to be done.

We are all deeply grateful for Audrey’s courage. For one another. And for every male cast mate and crew member who has reached out to our group of women to offer their support these last few days. They echo the greater rallying cry that must lead us to change: Believe Women. We are all in this together.

With Love and Courage,

The Cast,

Sophia Bush, Hilarie Burton, Bethany Joy Lenz, Danneel Harris, Michaela McManus, Kate Voegele, Daphne Zuniga, India de Beaufort, Bevin Prince, Jana Kramer, Shantel Van Santen, and Allison Munn

And Brave Crew,

Audrey Wauchope, Rachel Specter, Jane Beck, Tarin Squillante, Cristy Koebley, JoJo Stephens

And All the rest of the Women We Worked With Who Are Finding Their Voices as We Speak

The statement from the “One Tree Hill” cast was first reported by Variety.

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As reported by Deadline, TV writer Audrey Wauchope has accused former One Tree Hill showrunner and creator Mark Schwahn of sexual harassment, sharing stories on Twitter about inappropriate things he’d allegedly do while she and her writing partner Rachel Specter were working on the show. Wauchope never identified…

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