Our favourite 00s TV star is FINALLY coming back to our screens

In 2003 things were so much simpler. Balyage was not a trend you needed to try and attempt, oddly chunky highlights would suffice and nobody was trying to convince you that taking selfies where you were vomiting rainbows was cool.

Television was also so much easier to handle. Once a week all you had to do was turn on the channel that showed One Tree Hill, once a week and you were sorted. It was the home of Chad Michael Murray, who won all the awards for being the best looking guy on TV at the time.

He was also in the Gilmore Girls.

Whether you were a fan of either, chances are you would not mind having him grace us with his presence again.

Well, good news. He’s coming back to TV. Hurrah!

Unfortunately he won’t be running around topless with basketball shorts on, although one can still dream

The 34-year old actor is going to join the cast of the horror series Scream Queens. He joins Patrick Schwarzenegger, Lea Michele, Emma Roberts and Ariana Grande.

While he has had a number of TV roles since OTH ended in 2012, many of his fans are sure to get very excited at the prospect of him showing up in another school centred series.

The series premiere will air 22 September in the US so we're going to have plenty of time to re-watch the entire nine seasons of One Tree Hill to re-educate ourselves in the ways of Chad and his quietly handsome stare. Excellent.

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