“Roswell” TV Series
Season 1 (1999-2000)
Season 2 (2000-01)
Season 3 (2001-02)
“Loose Ends” (May)
“No Good Deed” (September)
“Little Green Men” (April)
“Skeletons in the Closet” (November)
“A New Beginning”
“Roswell, New Mexico” TV Series
Season 1 (2019)
- In defense of the reboot of ‘Roswell’ (March 2019)
Crashdown.com — This is a one-stop shop for all the basic information on the original series, including guides to the actors, episodes and music, plus the latest news. It also has a lot of information on “Baron & Toluca,” a proposed series starring Brendan Fehr and Majandra Delfino. And it has some info on “Roswell, New Mexico” too.
Roswell Heaven — This old-school chatroom for fans of both series might make you feel like it’s 1999 … in a good way.
Roswell High — This is the official website for Melinda Metz’s 10-book young-adult series “Roswell High” (1998-2000), which is the basis for both “Roswell” and “Roswell, New Mexico.”
Roswell Oracle (Visions of Antar) — Like Crashdown.com, this site is loaded with information on the original series, including maps and geographic guides to the fictional locations on the show — for example, the Crashdown Cafe. There are also character guides, a timeline and a glossary.
- Crashdown Chatter — Two fans of both versions of “Roswell” discuss each episode of “Roswell, New Mexico.”
- The Crashdown: A Roswell Podcast — In this 2015-16 podcast, fan CJ breaks down the first 16 episodes of the original series. It can be found on iTunes.
- Leaving Normal — Fans Brandon Stennis and Pumpkinberry discuss the original series, episode by episode.
- Pass the Hot Sauce: A Roswell Podcast — A group of longtime fans and one newcomer discuss the original series episode by episode, spoiler-free.
- Welcome (Back) to Roswell — On this “Rewatch/Reboot/Recap/Repeat” podcast, host Ryan Mogge and an uninitiated guest revisit her favorite teen alien romantic drama and the CW’s update, paired up by episode number.