‘Roswell, New Mexico’ Heads to Austin TV Festival

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Roswell, New Mexico series creator and executive producer Carina Adly MacKenzie announced on twitter that the new hit show will have its very own panel at the Austin Television Festival this June!

The panel dubbed ‘Roswell, New Mexico: A Conversation’, will take place Sunday, June 9 for a discussion about the show’s approach to various topics including LGBTQ representation, trauma, immigration, relationships, and more.

In addition to MacKenzie, panelists will also include Julie Plec (director/executive producer), and cast members Michael Vlamis (Michael Guerin), Lily Cowles (Isobel Evans-Bracken) , Heather Hemmens (Maria DeLuca), Karan Oberoi (Noah Bracken), and Trevor St. John (Jesse Manes).

Roswell, New Mexico has already been renewed for a season two, and fans are anxious to learn from the CW upfronts this Thursday, May 16, whether the show will get a full season or a shorter mid-season order. Tickets to the panel are available on the ATX TV Fest website.

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