‘Roswell, New Mexico’ 2×13 Review: “Mr. Jones”

Roswell, New Mexico’s season 2 finale dropped some bombshells, it brought the angst to our favorite ships, and it left us with a major question to be answered when season 3 picks up.

‘Roswell, New Mexico’ 2×12 Review: “Crash Into Me”

Given that I’ve got so many damn questions, this review is going to be a little different. Sit back and try to follow along as Alyssa addresses all of the questions that come following this stressful AF episode.

‘Roswell, New Mexico’ 2×11 Review: “Linger”

I’m thankful that we have a show like Roswell, New Mexico that doesn’t shy away from the harsh realities that face our world on a daily basis.

‘Roswell, New Mexico’ 2×10 Review: “American Woman”

As far as episode titles goes, “Secrets of the Past” pretty much hit the nail on the head for Roswell, New Mexico’s newest episode, where Max, Isobel, Michael and Maria experienced some shocking revelations.

‘Roswell, New Mexico’ 2×09 Review: “The Diner”

There’s something to be said for television that makes you think — even more so for television that makes you doubt what you were thinking before. In a way, it keeps you on your toes. It keeps you honest. And it keeps you glued to your screen begging for more.

‘Roswell, New Mexico’ 2×08 Review: “Say It Ain’t So”

This season of Roswell, New Mexico appears to be about finding answers — answers to everything about addiction struggles to kidnappings to alien pasts to alien abilities.

‘Roswell, New Mexico’ 2×07 Review: “Como La Flor”

There was plenty of love lost on the latest episode of Roswell, New Mexico, where Liz’s mother Helena returned to town to cause all kinds of trouble.

‘Roswell, New Mexico’ 2×05 Review: ‘I’ll Stand By You’

You never know when Roswell, New Mexico is going to hit you right in the heart with an emotional episode that leaves you sobbing on the floor. Whatever I was expecting in “I’ll Stand By You,” it wasn’t the perfection that was this fifth episode of season 2.

‘Roswell, New Mexico’ 2×04 Review: ‘What If God Was One of Us?’

Let’s break down Roswell, New Mexico’s latest episode, where some surprising team-ups resulted in a great episode of television, and where we were left to truly believe that abduction is a real thing on this show.

‘Roswell, New Mexico’ 2×03 Review: ‘Good Mother’

There’s never a dull moment with Roswell, New Mexico, even when they leave us waiting, wishing, and suffering as we await the return of Max. This show finds creative ways to get us feeling, thinking, and reacting.

‘Roswell, New Mexico’ 2×02 Review: ‘Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space’

Following the brilliance that was the season 2 premiere, which left me in tears and begging for more, Roswell, New Mexico delivered with another amazing episode that seemed to capture so many different emotions among these characters.

‘Roswell, New Mexico’ 2×01 Review: ‘Stay (I Missed You)’

Roswell, New Mexico returned with an absolute force of a season 2 premiere, which dealt with the fallout of the events of the season finale and Max’s death.

‘Roswell, New Mexico’ NYCC Interview: Michael Vlamis

When you think of Michael Vlamis what do you think of? I think of his Instagram stories. Yes, I know, I am supposed to think of his character on Roswell, New Mexico. But I don’t. I think of how I…

‘Roswell, New Mexico’ 1×13 Review: ‘Recovering the Satellites’

Dear The CW, I know we’ve had our ups and downs over the years. Where I’ve raved about your shows with beautiful words and then been pretty harsh when they weren’t up to par. It’s nothing personal. It’s just business.…

‘Roswell, New Mexico’ 1×10 Roundtable: “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing”

Roswell, New Mexico continues that be that show that gives us everything other shows on TV are not giving us, and does it without sacrificing storytelling or characterization, and we gotta say, we’re more and more in love with every…

9 Things We Can’t Stop Talking About in “Roswell, New Mexico” Episode 10 “I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing”

There’s never a dull moment during Roswell, New Mexico. Even in an episode that from the surface appears to be filler, it never actually feels like filler. Because, by definition, a filler episode exists to pass the time between two…

Queerly Not Straight: Friendly Reminder that ‘Roswell, New Mexico’s Michael Guerin is Bisexual

In an effort to build a space for queer people like myself, every Tuesday I’ll be posting opinion pieces, listicals, reviews, and more focused on the LGBT community (and occasionally about the Latinx/WOC community since I am Latinx.) Welcome to…

‘Roswell, New Mexico’ 1×09 Review: ‘Songs About Texas’

The great thing about Roswell, New Mexico is that it never takes an episode off. There’s never an episode that feels like filler. It’s a nonstop rollercoaster of emotions and revelations that always seem to take you by surprise —…

‘Roswell, New Mexico’ 5 Things We Can’t Stop Talking About From Barely Breathing

Is there ever a week where Roswell, New Mexico doesn’t give us a list of things we’re still talking about days after? Is there ever a week when the show doesn’t make us run through the gamut of emotions? For…

‘Roswell, New Mexico’ 1×07 Roundtable: ‘I Saw The Sign’

At one point, Roswell, New Mexico feels like it’s progressed through an entire season the way the plot continues to unfold at such a rapid pace. But at another point, the realization that we’re just seven episodes in and getting…

‘Roswell, New Mexico’ 1×07 Review: What is Right

Often, in real life, and watching TV, I think of that moment in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire where Dumbledore talks about making a choice between what is right and what is easy. Very rarely has it applied…