Roswell, New Mexico: Season 2 (2020)

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Air date: Mar 16, 2020

Torn between the heartache of Max's (Nathan Parsons) sacrifice and the joy of Rosa's (Amber Midthunder) resurrection, Liz (Jeanine Mason) suppresses her grief to focus on moving out of Roswell with Rosa. Meanwhile, Michael (Michael Vlamis) copes with Max's death in his own self-destructive way, while Isobel (Lily Cowles) focuses her attention on honing her alien powers. Finally, Liz makes an alarming discovery after Rosa begins experiencing mysterious side effects from her resurrection.

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Air date: Mar 23, 2020

Liz is forced to put her latest experiment on hold after Rosa begins to struggle with her new life in Roswell. Reluctant to face the truth about his mother's past, Michael turns his attention to helping Maria, who is dealing with her own family crisis. Elsewhere, Isobel agrees to join her mother for a day of spiritual healing to keep herself distracted. Finally, Rosa turns to Kyle to learn the truth about what really happened the night she died.

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Air date: Mar 30, 2020

To regain control of her life in the aftermath of Noah's death, Isobel makes a risky choice despite its potential consequences. Meanwhile, Alex and Michael work together to unravel the mystery surrounding the night Nora's spaceship crashed in 1947. Elsewhere, Liz makes a surprising confession when Cameron shows up looking for answers about Max.

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Air date: Apr 6, 2020

On the verge of a breakthrough in her quest to save Max, Liz turns to Kyle for one last favor that could potentially land him in hot water. Meanwhile, Michael and Alex's investigation into Nora leads them to a farm, where they meet a historian named Forrest. Elsewhere, Cameron confronts Jesse Manes about her sister's whereabouts, and Isobel uses her powers for good.

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Air date: Apr 13, 2020

The discovery of some complications with Max's pod forces Liz, Michael and Isobel to confront the possibility that they may not be able to save him. Elsewhere, Maria and Alex make amends.

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Air date: Apr 20, 2020

Maria and Alex reaches a mysterious boot maker while searcher for her mother; Isobel meets someone unexpectedly during her night out; Liz experiences a big blow.

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Air date: Apr 27, 2020

Liz's mother shows up uninvited at the diner; Michael tries to convince Maria to ask for help about her strange vision; Kyle failed to make Steph open up.

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Air date: May 4, 2020

Despite promising Liz that he'll take things easy with his new heart, Max sets out to find Cameron after learning that she's gone missing. Michael grows concerned about Maria after a surprising discovery about her family history leaves her vulnerable. Elsewhere, ready to move on, Alex goes on a date with Forrest, and Rosa makes a decision about her future.

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Air date: May 11, 2020

After uncovering a surprising connection to their past, Michael and Isobel learn the painful truth about the night Tripp attacked their mothers. Meanwhile, Alex confronts his father about their troubled family history. Elsewhere, Kyle's first date with Steph takes an awkward turn after Liz inadvertently becomes a third wheel. Nathan Dean also stars.

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Air date: May 18, 2020

Alex, Isobel, Max, Michael and Maria set out in search of answers at the reservation where Alex's mother grew up after uncovering a cryptic message from the past. Meanwhile, Cameron encourages Liz to reach out to someone from her past after Auturo gets detained.

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It's best enjoyed as schlocky escapism, souped up with a blast of extra-terrestrial weirdness whenever the narrative is in danger of dozing off. Watch the skies!

Jun 24, 2020 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

This episode makes me want to watch the next one, so it does the job. It's more results than plot, but that's expected of any season premiere, especially one that picks up after a cliffhanger.

Mar 18, 2020 | Full Review…

Roswell, New Mexico Season 2, you are worth the wait.

Mar 18, 2020 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…

Phenomenal. Last night's episode is everything you want a season premiere to be -- exciting, emotional, and full of cliffhangers for the new season to explore.

Mar 17, 2020 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Roswell, New Mexico: Season 2

  • Aug 05, 2020
    The season felt less focused and had a much more boring story than the first.
  • Jul 24, 2020
    It's a good show, ,u must see it
  • Jul 08, 2020
    Show has captivating story lines- the left wing garbage is hard to miss - they go overboard with ICE, Abortion & election jabs can TV be fun anymore ?
  • Jul 07, 2020
    Way too much gay / lesbian stupidity. Also plot makes no sense. Liz performing open heart surgery in a hospital on an alien and nobody noticing. Dream walking awake people, etc. So stupid.
  • Jun 28, 2020
    I don't understand why left wing politics is push so hard in all shows. Like every episode is some left wing ideology. From abortion to gender identity, it had so much potential to just have good script with good character development. I really like season 1, even though the acting was not always the most convincing and the script wasnt that great, but the cast and dynamics of the character was enough to be captivating. This season is terrible.
  • Jun 27, 2020
    Maybe if these damn shows could focus on a good storyline instead of filling shows with left wing garbage then we could enjoy them. After season ones story moved quickly and kept you engaged, this season just drags. The love interests in season 1 were terrific. I was hoping they would expand on that. Instead the show is a boring unproductive show. Be surprised if season 3.
  • Jun 24, 2020
    And the shit continues. Not one good thing say about this trash remake of great original series.
  • Jun 16, 2020
    the rebooted series of the 2000's original show on the CW is back for Season 2 some things were kept the same while others changed drastically like the first program 3 aliens landed in New Mexico in 1947; 1 woman and 2 men, Max, Isabelle, and Alex (siblings) yet their memories were erased upon arriving on Earth Liz in this version is the talk of the town because of what happened to her sister and being blamed for ruining so many others' lives, and Max during a shootout at the local diner runs into her, he healed her and discovered his secret meanwhile the rest of the town is split whether or not extra terrestrials are among them the 3 siblings find out so many things; Isobel's husband was another alien bent on doing everyone harm, Liz's sister Rosa was actually kept alive in a pod, Project Sheppard's goal was to deem all alien visitors a threat, Isobel tapped more into her abilities, and Max made the ultimate sacrifice to make Liz happy again but it looks as if he's gone because of it Season 3 starts off with trying to bring Max back while Rosa adjusts to a world she's unfamiliar with? now Liz can't stand the idea of living without Max or her sister, she is after all a specialist in regenerative medicine despite her older male superiors telling her she was too full of herself going forward telling her to stay in her lane but she she wants to make a real difference Rosa and Liz's mother ?comes back into town and they're less than thrilled given she had an addiction problem? Their father is the target of ICE fearing he'll be deported and not having confirmed citizenship?Isobel bonds more with Rosa and at the same time discovers more about her birth mother during the first alien landing? A bigger conspiracy is unraveled with aliens being targeted for elimination? when you're given a miracle sometimes it's best not to question it, we're all walking contradictions, if we are all from the same creator maybe we are all capable of carrying the light or carrying out his tyranny, anything that has the potential to create something life-changing scares people and the thing that scares people is inherently dangerous, why should another community of people struggle to be perfect and get screwed?, it's good to be angry so we can fix what's wrong, it's a shame too cause if someone non-white messes up it reflects badly on the rest of the community and hurts others who come after them, it's the reality we live in that's the hardest? The finale leads to Liz and her friends trying to save the aliens from being eliminated by someone in cahoots with Sheppard using a bio-weapon Liz might have some new aspirations outside of Roswell and Max, Isobel, and Alex stumble upon a horrific secret that explains why the soldiers in the 1947 crash reacted with such violence and hostility towards the aliens in the first place the final scene is such a surprise I admit and I'm wondering how things will shake up for Season 3 more good things in store I imagine for 'Roswell: New Mexico'
  • May 29, 2020
    Loved the original, this reboot is a weak, badly written attempt to push a political point of view. My personal beliefs are insulted in every episode.
  • May 21, 2020
    I'm enjoying this season even more than the first, I'm about as excited, (if not more) for new episodes of this show as I am for new episodes of Grey's Anatomy (a show I've loved for years) or any of my favorite superhero shows (which is saying a lot seeing as I have a soul deep love of for everything superhero). Every episode leaves me more excited for the next, I love a good mystery and each piece of the puzzle they uncover makes it more interesting. I can't wait to see what comes next, here's hoping I'm not the only one and we'll get enough seasons to fully explore the conclusion they're building up to.

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