Roswell, New Mexico

2019
4.3
97 reviews
TV-UNRATED
Rating
Eligible
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Roswell, New Mexico: Season 1 episodes (13)

1 Pilot
1/15/19
This week an all new episode of Roswell, New Mexico.
2 So Much for the Afterglow
1/22/19
The anniversary of Rosa’s death reignites tensions as the town takes aim at Liz and her father, Auturo, for what happened on that fateful day 10 years ago. Meanwhile, Max confronts Michael and Isobel, who are concerned that his feelings for Liz will expose their secret. Elsewhere, Master Sergeant Manes’ attempt to convince Kyle of the alien conspiracy in Roswell takes an unexpected turn. Finally, Liz and Kyle make a shocking revelation about Rosa’s death.
3 Tearin' Up My Heart
1/29/19
After uncovering some unsettling information about Max, Liz runs a series of tests to see what his powers may be capable of. Michael and Isobel take matters into their own hands after learning that Liz may be getting too close to Max. Liz enlists Maria’s help as she goes on a scavenger hunt across Roswell to uncover more about Rosa’s final days.
4 Where Have All The Cowboys Gone
2/5/19
Fearing that his identity will be uncovered, Max is conflicted when a townwide power outage leaves patients at the hospital in need of help. Meanwhile, Liz turns to Kyle after learning details about the night Rosa died. Elsewhere, Isobel and Michael come up with a plan to deal with Liz, and Master Sergeant Manes seeks help from an unlikely source.
5 Don't Speak
2/12/19
Max and Michael begin to worry about Isobel after a series of mysterious blackouts cause her to spiral. Liz (Jeanine Mason) turns to Grant Green (guest star PETER DISETH) for help when she learns that he may have witnessed something strange on the night Rosa died. Meanwhile, Kyle and Alex uncover a secret that Kyle’s father had been keeping from everyone.
6 Smells Like Teen Spirit
2/26/19
In a series of flashbacks to 2008, secrets are uncovered about Rosa’s final day, Isobel’s mysterious blackouts and Alex and Michael’s relationship in high school.
7 I Saw The Sign
3/5/19
After uncovering a devastating secret about Rosa’s death, Liz takes matters into her own hands to protect herself and those around her. However, her plans are sidelined after a day with Mimi (guest star SHERRI SAUM), Maria and Alex leads to a new revelation about Rosa. Elsewhere, Max takes aim at Wyatt (guest star DYLAN McTEE), while Cameron (guest star RILEY VOELKEL) decides whether she’s going to help Sergeant Manes. PAUL WESLEY directs.
8 Barely Breathing
3/12/19
With Isobel’s life hanging in the balance, Liz and Michael frantically search for a way to help her. Max turns to his mom Ann (guest star CLAUDIA BLACK) about the origins of the alien symbol. Finally, Alex turns the tables on Sergeant Manes.
9 Songs About Texas
3/19/19
Max and Michael travel to Texas to visit a faith healer, who may be able to shed some light on the alien symbol Max has been researching. Meanwhile, Maria and Liz pay a visit to the same faith healer in hopes of finding a cure for Maria’s ailing mother. Elsewhere, Alex and Kyle look into what Seargant Manes may be hiding. SHIRI APPLEBY directs.
10 I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing
3/26/19
Frustrated by her inability to remember what happened the night Rosa died, Isobel turns to Liz for help regaining her memories. Elsewhere, Max and Cameron investigate a series of strange deaths in the town, while Sheriff Valenti (recurring guest star ROSA ARREDONDO) reveals information to Kyle about his father.
11 Champagne Supernova
4/9/19
As the town prepares for the UFO Emporium Reopening Gala, Liz and her friends find themselves on a collision course with an unlikely enemy.
12 Creep
4/16/19
When a major revelation comes to light, Max, Michael and Isobel clash over how to deal with the fallout. Elsewhere, Alex uncovers a secret about Project Shepard and enlists Kyle and Michael’s help looking into it.
13 Recovering the Satellites
4/23/19
In the season finale, Max and Michael find themselves at an impasse over how to deal with the fourth alien. Meanwhile, Liz has a dangerous encounter with an unexpected visitor, and Kyle spirals after uncovering a dark secret about his father’s death. Lastly, Michael is forced to make a difficult decision about his future.

About this show

Based on the Roswell High books, ROSWELL, NEW MEXICO is a love story, a relationship drama and the story of a small town…which happens to have aliens. Romantic and emotional, this is a story about people who feel like outsiders in their world — all alienated for different reasons, whether in their community, in society or even in Roswell.
4.3
97 reviews
George Weatherford
August 11, 2021
I watched the first two seasons, but had a hard time doing so. So much seemed melodramatic and the story went all over the place. The actors seemed good, but the show-runners seemed to want to force the characters in certain directions at the expense of pace and character development (seemed every character changed course every two episodes). For some reason, this season actually seems to be focused and the actors feel much more grounded in their roles. Not sure why that is, but this season has me much more invested and honestly is (early in) by far my favorite.
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Jean Luc Pressoir
March 4, 2019
Roswell, New Mexico is a town with history of the unknown and mostly believe in alien life around the city for centuries which the federal government tried doing cover-ups for years protecting from anyone not knowing about any alien that might still be around in the present. Roswell is more than any other town in the U.S. to know about aliens and find information to be sure if they are alive or dead, it's not like aliens will appear open to the public and someday know they are real if the aliens are a threat or around in normal peace as everyone else. Roswell, New Mexico is the reboot of the WB classic series, Roswell
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Hunter Coleman
January 25, 2021
Having watched Roswell New Mexico, I was pretty much taken aback by this show's poor quality of carrying over from the original Roswell. 1) RNW is heavily politicized regarding immigration, LBQT sexuality, and feminism, 2) RNW keeps creating unnecessary drama between Max and Liz. High school Max and Liz does it with grace and aplomb than the 30 year old somethings, 3) the dialogue for two seasons horribly are cliched, and 4) Max Evans is more whiny and soyboyish. OG Roswell over RNW 100%!
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