was developed by the same individuals who brought My
So-Called Life and The X-Files to the small screen, making
it just about the best collaboration that we can think of to
explore the subject of teen alienation.
paranormal character reminds me of my days in high school."
The WB has
ordered 22 episodes of the popular show--nearly double that
of any other new program--making it their ace in the hold
for new teen drama in 2000.
came time to find a humanoid of the female variety, it
turned out to be an easy casting call." --Shiri
Loveline hostess Diane Farr will join the alien high school
crew in a recurring role as the sheriff's new love
when you go through that little awkward stage where yo're
kind of growing and changing you tend to get a little
withdrawn. I think that's when you do a lot of soul
searching." --Jason Behr
(Max) joined forces with B*Witched at the recent WB Radio
Appleby (Liz) first got her start by doing commercials for
M&M's, Taco Bell and Cheerios.
that working on Roswell leaves me no other choice but to
believe that there is a possibility of other beings in the
universe." --Shiri Appleby
Behr and Shiri Appleby spent some time doing episodic
work--she in Zena Warrior Princess and he in
Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
child, Jason claimed that he loved sci-fi movies but
Battlestar Galactica "scared the beejeebies" out of