If you’ve been waiting to find out the truth about what happened to our favorite Roswell characters in the past, Smells Like Teen Spirit is here to deliver.
On this week’s Roswell, Liz learns that local conspiracy theorist, Grant Green, may be part of a cover-up surrounding Rosa’s death.
On this week’s Roswell, Max considers putting his life on the line in the aftermath of the blackout and Liz leaves no stone unturned in her investigation.
After causing the blackout that has left the citizens of Roswell rattled, Max is prepared to do whatever it takes to make things right again. The hospital is suffering while running on generators and one small boy, who was involved in a wreck caused by the sudden loss of power, hangs in the balance of life and death.
On this week’s episode of Roswell, New Mexico, Liz is intent on discovering the truth about Rosa’s murder, and in the process she learns a shocking truth about Max.
Roswell, New Mexico begins with a determined Liz testing out her “Max killed Rosa” hypothesis. If Liz can prove Max’s electromagnetic abilities are as capable of harming as they are healing, she may have her first solid lead. Max is willing to be her lab rat, if only to be close to her. Liz isn’t doing the best job at cloaking her true feelings for him either, what with all the lingering looks and lip glances.
Liz and Max’s relationship is put to the test on this week’s episode of Roswell as a terrible revelation about Rosa’s death makes Liz re-evaluate everything she thought she knew.
The CW’s newest reboot, Roswell, New Mexico, is an entertaining, socially relevant, and romantic take on aliens with just a dash of the old-school WB charm.
As an ardent CW, teen drama, and supernatural drama fan, I’ve been looking forward to the Roswell reboot since its initial conception. Sadly, the original Roswell is one series I haven’t gotten the chance to watch yet, but I’m kind of glad now since I can watch this new version with nothing to compare it to. (That said, I’m totally going to binge the original someday too, promise).