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Cult teen drama The OC to become available to stream on All 4

Critically-acclaimed show created by Josh Schwartz will be available to see on demand later this month

Josh Schwartz’s cult teen drama The OC will be available to stream on All 4 later this month.

The critically-acclaimed show, which ran for four seasons and was originally aired on the Fox network from 2003 to 2007, revolves around a group of friends and family whose lives are forever changed by the arrival of an outsider to their affluent, oceanside community of Newport Beach in Orange County, California. 

When Ryan Atwood (Ben McKenzie) was taken in from the streets of Chino by then public defender Sandy Cohen (Peter Gallagher) and his wife, Kirsten (Kelly Rowan), the Cohens had no idea how Ryan’s arrival would change their lives and the lives of those around them. 

Their son, Seth (Adam Brody), found a friend and brother in Ryan to share his quirky way of looking at the world – and the trials and tribulations of winning the heart of Summer Roberts (Rachel Bilson), his lifelong crush. 

Meanwhile, Ryan has fallen in love with the beautiful girl next door, Marissa Cooper (Mischa Barton). But their romance is ill-fated, and constantly tested by the young lovers’ inability to escape from their pasts.

The OC also stars Melinda Clarke, Tate Donovan, Alan Dale, Chris Carmack, Autumn Reeser and Willa Holland. 

All four seasons of The OC will begin streaming on 22 January on All 4.

 

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