The first four seasons of the show focus on the main characters' lives through their high school years.
With the beginning of the fifth season, Schwahn advanced the timeline by four years to show their lives after college, and he made it jump a further fourteen months from the end of the sixth to the start of the seventh season.
The opening credits were originally accompanied by the song "I Don't Want to Be" by Gavin De Graw.
Jana Kramer married NFL player Michael Caussin in a small rustic-themed wedding in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Friday.
"We feel extremely blessed to have found each other and are so fortunate to have shared our day with close friends and family," the newlyweds told reports was co-designed with her "Man of Honor," stylist Lo Von Rumpf.
PHOTOS: Best Celeb Wedding Dresses This was the third marriage for Jana, though the first two were both short-lived: She was married to Michael Gambino in 2004, and her 2010 marriage to actor Johnathon Shaech only lasted one month before they separated and officially divorced in June 2011.
She was also engaged to fellow country singer Brantley Gilbert, but the two called off their wedding in 2013.
Whirlwind romance is kind of the star's thing, and her new marriage is no exception.
Jana and Michael started dating in August 2014, and Michael, 28, proposed to the "I Got the Boy" singer in December.
Here's to hoping Jana has better luck this time around.
NEWS: 7 Country Stars Whose Lives Mirrored Their Music At first, Jana didn't want to make a big deal out of these nuptials.
"In the beginning, I honestly just wanted to go to the courthouse and do this whole Sarah Jessica Parker/ Michael has deep roots in Virginia -- he was born in Springfield and played college ball at James Madison University.
Now a free agent, he was signed by the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2010 and later played for the Buffalo Bills and Washington Redskins.
Jana isn't the only celeb who's had cold feet in the past.