Roswell, New Mexico: Season 1 Reviews

January 16, 2019
If you don't like CW shows but you like The X-Files and other alien shows and you're wondering if this will be up your alley, it probably won't be. But if you like a good CW sci-fi drama, this is a good bet to add to your list.
January 16, 2019
"She can never know what happened to Rosa," Max says ominously at the end of the first episode, but the new Roswell is so boring I doubt you'll care.
Full Review | Original Score: 5.9/10
January 16, 2019
Besides just the general problem with this kind of love story, Max's obsession with Liz just isn't as cute at nearly-30-years-old as it is in teen form.
January 15, 2019
Even for the now-twentysomethings Max Evans (Nathan Parsons, an Originals alum) and Liz Ortecho (Jeanine Mason, the season-five winner of So You Think You Can Dance), that's a tall order, one that the series as a whole struggles to deliver.
Full Review | Original Score: C
January 15, 2019
What's new? It's 2019, so the soundtrack is louder, the hookups are hotter, the bodies more buff and the complications more complicated.
January 15, 2019
Roswell, New Mexico has a few surprising twists on the formula, yet never completely finds a worthwhile voice of its own. It's not bad. It's flimsy and resistant to its own strengths.
January 14, 2019
The heart of the show remains the psychic bond between Liz and Max, and diehard "Roswell" fans should be relieved to know that their dynamic remains much the same.