In today’s television world, there are vampires, zombies, and other supernatural creatures running rampant, but none of their love stories hold a candle to Max and Liz from "Roswell."
Thirteen years ago on May 14, 2002, we said goodbye to the Crashdown Cafe and the alien-human relationships on Jason Katims’ WB teen drama -- but what’s happened to everyone since the show ended?
Most of ‘em have been hidden in plain sight, from Liz (Shiri Appleby) shocking everyone on "Girls," to Izzy (Katherine Heigl) playing another Izzie on "Grey’s Anatomy," to Tess (Emilie de Ravin) stirring up trouble on "Lost" and "Once Upon a Time."
So grab a bottle of Tobasco sauce, blast Dido’s “Here With Me,” and get ready to feel nostalgic with the Roswell cast. P.S. They all reunited at the ATX Television Festival in Austin, TX last summer, so if you really want to feel the feels, check out a video from the reunion first.
Liz Parker (Shiri Appleby)
Appleby has kept busy since the show ended, memorably starring in "Swimfan" against Katims’ future "Parenthood" star Erika Christensen, and some of her best roles were on TV. Some highlights were Dr. Daria Wade on "ER," a return to The CW as mom Cate Cassidy on "Life Unexpected," Clarice Carthage on "Chicago Fire," and a shockingly sexual arc on "Girls" as Natalia, Adam’s girlfriend.
Offscreen, she is engaged to Jon Shook and they have a daughter named Natalie together.
Max Evans (Jason Behr)
Behr was in the scary American remake of "The Grudge" with Sarah Michelle Gellar in 2004, where he met his now-wife KaDee Strickland. They are married and have one adorable son, Atticus. He had a few pilots that weren’t picked up over the years and recurred on "Breakout Kings" as Damien, but hasn’t acted as much as some of his other co-stars.
Isabel Evans (Katherine Heigl)
You have to be living under a rock not to know what Heigl has been up to. She played Izzie on "Grey’s Anatomy" for six seasons before leaving the show to pursue her film career. She had some big rom-com hits like "Knocked Up," "Life as We Know It," and "27 Dresses" and some not-so-successful ones like "One For the Money" and "Killers," and she tried to get back on "Grey’s" in 2012. However, that didn’t work out and she went on to star on "State of Affairs" as a CIA analyst for one season until it was canceled this year.
In her personal life, she’s been married to singer Josh Kelley since 2007 and they have two adopted daughters, Naleigh and Adalaide.
Michael Guerin (Brendan Fehr)
Fehr's biggest roles were alongside his co-star Adam Rodriguez in "CSI: Miami" for three seasons and "The Night Shift" on NBC, which was just renewed for a third season. He also recurred as Jared Booth on Bones and popped up for small roles in "X-Men: First Class" and "Guardians of the Galaxy." He married Jennifer Rowley in 2006 and they have three kids together.
Maria DeLuca (Majandra Delfino)
Delfino has been in a handful of shows, like Raven Symone’s "State of Georgia," "Quarterlife," and the recently-canceled "Friends With Better Lives." She had a reunion with Heigl in "Life as We Know It" and gave us ‘90s flashbacks with the 2006 TV movie "Celeste in the City" with "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" star Nicholas Brendon and "Can’t Hardly Wait" fave Ethan Embry. She would have starred on "The Office" spin-off, "The Farm," if it ever happened, but sadly, it wasn’t picked up. She has also dabbled in music, releasing a few albums, and has two children, a daughter Cecilia and a son Louis, with actor David Walton.
Alex Whitman (Colin Hanks)
Hanks most recently played Gus Grimly on the TV adaptation of "Fargo," but also had a fun role on web series "Burning Love" and played a creepy killer on "Dexter." You probably remember him from "Band of Brothers," "King Kong," "Orange County," and "The House Bunny." Offscreen, He married Samantha Bryant in 2010 and they have two daughters, Olivia and Charlotte, together.
Sheriff Jim Valenti (William Sadler)
Sadler has been everywhere over the past 13 years, from TV shows like "Homeland," "Hawaii Five-0," "The Blacklist," and "The Pacific" to playing the president in "Iron Man 3" and starring in thrillers like "Man on a Ledge" and "Eagle Eye." He also worked on two gone-too-soon shows: "Wonderfalls" and "Traveler."
Kyle Valenti (Nick Wechsler)
The sheriff’s son (turned future sheriff!) did well for himself, most recently starring as Jack Porter on "Revenge" throughout the entire series on ABC. Before that, he mostly had guest roles on TV, ranging from "Tru Calling" to "Without a Trace" and "It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia."
Tess Harding (Emilie de Ravin)
All of de Ravin’s characters have been less evil than Tess. She played Claire on "Lost" and is currently Belle on "Once Upon a Time," but she’s not all about TV. In 2010, she starred with Robert Pattinson in "Remember Me" and was also in "Brick" with Joseph Gordon-Levitt (as another character with secrets), "Public Enemies," and "The Hills Have Eyes."
Jesse Ramirez (Adam Rodriguez)
We have seen a lot more of Rodriguez post-"Roswell" in that he’s stripped down in "Magic Mike" and will again in "Magic Mike XXL." Hubba, hubba. He and Fehr reunited on "The Night Shift" where he also plays a doctor, and he memorably played Eric Delko for a decade on "CSI: Miami." (Fehr was on that one, too!) One of his other fan-favorite credits was Bobby Talercio on "Ugly Betty."