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This student turns out to be an alien/human hybrid...who, as it so happens, has fallen in love with Liz.
A nice "interstellar love story" ensues..that appealed, at first, to both high-school drama and sci-fi fan bases. Jonathan Frakes, best known as "Commander Riker" on Star Trek TNG, is one of the executive producers.
Yes, this is a true story, when thinking of the WB/UPN sci-fi drama, Roswell. First, as always, let's discuss the positives: What Went Right? Praised by many critical sources at the time, including Techtite.com, this series concept was unique, inspired, and best of all, very promising.
A young high school girl, Liz Parker, is shot by a stray bullet at her family's restaurant, yet is healed by a secretive student that goes to her school.
So intrigued were they of the developing Max and Liz interstellar love story that they sent countless bottles of Tabasco sauce to the production offices, in an attempt to get the series renewed.
No such save-our-show campaign, to my knowledge, has ever been attempted.
They must deal, in their own special way, with discovering their origins, honing their latent special powers, as well as dealing with adolescence itself.Not that the series' writers were making it a picnic to stay.Ingenious storylines involving their origins were replaced with inane in-show commercial spots.Below I have reposted an article that was written by an ameture tv critic, giving his ideas for what went wrong in the final season of Roswell that caused it to be cancelled.A few fans have found this article online and written to me, very upset by it, so I wanted to post my rebuttal. An Analysis Column, by Techtite The current entertainment product discussed is: Roswell (TV series, WB and UPN networks, 1999-2002) After an understandable hiatus --after the tragic events in Sept.