‘Roswell, New Mexico’ Season 2 Finale Will Have Fans On the ‘Edge of Their Seat,’ Says Star Jeanine Mason
Roswell, New Mexico Season 2 Episode 12 ended in a nail biter, leaving viewers wondering who will make it out of the town’s annual UFO convention alive. Here’s what the star of the show, Jeanine Mason, had to say about what to expect in The CW drama’s season 2 finale. [Spoiler warning: This article contains details about Roswell, New Mexico Season 2.]
Mason digs the ‘Roswell, New Mexico’ nostalgia in the season 2 finale
Roswell, New Mexico Season 2 Episode 13, “Mr. Jones,” is the second season finale of The CW series. The episode will pick up at the fictional CrashCon festival, which draws UFO enthusiasts, near and far. Collider caught up with Mason for an interview, and she had lots to share about filming CrashCon during the last two episodes of the season. She said this:
“Oh, man, it’s so fun. It gives you so much OG Roswell nostalgia. It’s pretty great.” Mason continued, “What I love about The CW is that there’s always an episode, or a pair of episodes, centered around a big event. Last year, we had the gala, and this year, it’s this. Small town events are massive. Everybody’s out.”
Things will get hairy at CrashCon in the season finale
Naturally, in the town of Roswell, things go awry during the festivities of CrashCon. In season 2 episode 12, “Crash Into Me,” not one, but two deadly devices threatened the lives of aliens and humans in attendance. Episode 13 will pick up with Max, Liz, and the gang attempting to avert disaster once again. The official synopsis for the season finale reads as follows:
“Liz realizes she can’t save everyone she loves from the deadly threat at CrashCon; Max faces immediate danger; Michael becomes caught up in the conflict between Jesse and Alex; Kyle faces a moral dilemma.”
Mason promised an exciting ride for fans in the ‘Roswell, New Mexico’ season finale
It is anyone’s guess how things will shake out, but Mason hinted that fans are in for a thrilling finale. She explained the considerable preparation that went into crafting the story and delivering great performances. She told Collider this:
I was impressed. I read a script and get so excited by the writer’s ideas, and then we get to set, and we try to figure out the logistics, three times over, and how to do it justice and do right by the excitement of the words.
These last two episodes, that happen in the convention/carnival, exceeded everything that I had imagined, and it was incredible to see. I can’t wait for people to see. I really think the last two episodes are gonna have people on the edge of their seat.Jeanine Mason to Collider
Roswell, New Mexico airs on Mondays at 9 p.m. on The CW. And sci-fi fans who want to relive the story from the beginning are in luck. Season 1 is currently streaming on Netflix, with season 2 expected to launch on the streamer on June 23.