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Roswell reboot in the works at The CW with Trump-era twist

13 October 2017

Are you excited to hear about a Roswell reboot? In 1999 the series Roswell first aired. The show continued on, moving to UPN for its third and final season, which ended in 2002.

There's no denying that the television industry is all about reboots these days, which has given us brand-new stories for old favorites including Gilmore Girls, Will & Grace, and Dynasty, not to mention rumors about possible revivals of Charmed, Family Matters, and even Sister, Sister. According to Deadline, the network is looking to "reimagine" the series based on the Roswell High book series by Melinda Metz, with The Originals writer Carina Adly MacKenzie writing and executive producing.

The series started off similarly to the books, with the alien Max using his ability to manipulate matter to save the life of his classmate Liz after she is shot. It starred many young actors who have continued to be seen both on TV and in film, including Katherine Heigl, Colin Hanks, Adam Rodriguez, Emilie de Raven, Majandra Delfino, Nick Wechsler Brendan Fehr, Shiri Appleby, and Jason Behr.

The project is reportedly in negotiations and McKenzie will executive produce the upcoming drama.

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The CW is prepping a remake of its late 1990s and early 2000s sci-fi teen drama Roswell, but instead of a teen soap about high school drama, the concept is being reimagined as a timely immigration tale.

Variety reports that the network behind other reboots like Dynasty is meant to provide a modern update to the story, focusing on the daughter of undocumented immigrants who returns to her hometown - Roswell, New Mexico. Once there, she finds out that her former crush, who's now a police office, happens to be an alien.

Two of the biggest changes to the series are already known.

Roswell reboot in the works at The CW with Trump-era twist