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We just went for it." By the show's fourth episode, it was clear that Schwartz and Savage had created something magical.
The episode titled "The Escape" was a defining moment for the series.
“He definitely wanted to subvert the original paradigm.” Schwartz added that the subject of a new is something he and co-creator Stephanie Savage “have been talking about off and on over the last couple years,” but they needed the right idea.
“We felt like a version that was just our cast grown up — regardless of what the challenges would be of assembling those actors again — it didn’t really feel like a group of adults who were being controlled by Gossip Girl would make a lot of sense,” Schwartz continued.
A Jewish kid from Providence, Rhode Island, Schwartz's first exposure to the Orange County lifestyle was at the University of Southern California, where he attended film school in the mid-90s.
It was there that he met the "species known as the water polo player," and the idea for was born.
When teenage nerd Seth Cohen (Adam Brody) welcomed teenage delinquent Ryan Atwood (Ben Mc Kenzie) into the family, he invited us in, too: "You're a Cohen now.
Welcome to a life of insecurity and paralyzing self-doubt." For many, the show's incandescent first season remains unparalleled.
"The serial drama is traditionally a female drama, but the relationships that Josh was most interested in were Seth and Ryan as these brothers and Sandy, Seth, and Ryan as a father and his sons," Savage told MTV News. The idea of a nighttime soap opera that's driven through these male relationships.After production wrapped on the pilot episode, Fox ordered the series right into production.