Liz Ortecho is a jaded biomedical researcher who has recently returned to her hometown of Roswell to care for her ill father after being away for over 10 years.
Her arrival allows her to reconnect with her high school crush Max Evans, who now works as a police officer. But Liz is surprised to learn that Max and his siblings are aliens who have spent their lives hiding their otherworldly abilities.
As Liz grows closer to Max, it gets harder for her to keep the truth from her other friends. But concealing the siblings' true identities is crucial, as a long-running government conspiracy and the politics of fear and hatred put their lives at risk.
My sexuality? Completely and utterly irrelevant. Just like it should have been in Roswell.
But noooooooo..... Let's cram as much diversity down people's throats as possible.
Screw entertainment, right?
I don't even watch much television anymore. It is so desperate.
Everyone is too worried about hurting someone's feelings.
You know what hurts my feelings?
Desperate whiney lazy agenda ridden writing and propaganda.
Hollywood is a hypocritical cesspool of rich jerks.
Television executives have the minds of clams.
Ad agencies in cahoots with the corrupt pharmaceutical industry have sold everyone down the river. If you can't see THAT with these RETARDED drug commercials, then you aren't thinking straight.
Cop dramas ... Military dramas... Medical dramas ... Wash rinse repeat
Jesus H. Christ.
Turn off your TV and read a good book.
Before it is too late.
Shiri Appleby (Liz Parker in the original Roswell Series) directed Episode 9. I thought it was one of the best.
Please renew this show. It deserves a shot at success.
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