The Story Continues on 'Roswell, New Mexico' Season 2 (PHOTOS)

Rick and Christina Gables

The story continues in the new season of Roswell, New Mexico premiering Monday, March 16 on The CW.

In Season 1, Roswell native Liz Ortecho (Jeanine Mason) reluctantly returned to her tourist-trap hometown and reconnected with her teen crush Max Evans (Nathan Dean), who unbeknownst to her, had been harboring a shocking secret: he is an alien. In the first season finale, Max used his alien powers to resurrect Liz’s sister Rosa (Amber Midthunder), a decade after her murder, not realizing that he was sacrificing his own life in the process.

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Executive producers and stars break down the new seasons.

In Season 2, Liz mourns her lost love by seeking comfort in science, both earthly and extraterrestrial, as Rosa turns to Kyle (Michael Trevino) to help her find her place in the unfamiliar territory of 2019. In their grief, Isobel (Lily Cowles) explores potentially dangerous methods of self-defense, and Michael (Michael Vlamis) spirals into some old bad habits, putting his relationships with Maria (Heather Hemmens) and Alex (Tyler Blackburn) at risk.

Finally, after a friend suddenly goes missing, our heroes seek help from an unlikely source: Jesse Manes (Trevor St. John) — who has experienced a change of heart after a medical emergency.

In the new season premiere, "I Missed You," torn between the heartache of Max's sacrifice and the joy of Rosa's resurrection, Liz suppresses her grief to focus on moving out of Roswell with Rosa. Meanwhile, Michael copes with Max's death in his own self-destructive way, while Isobel focuses her attention on honing her alien powers. Finally, Liz makes an alarming discovery after Rosa begins experiencing mysterious side effects from her resurrection.

Roswell, New Mexico, Season 2 Premiere, Monday, March 16, 9/8c, The CW