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The good news is, Friday Night Lights' Aimee Teegarden found her next series. The bad news is, we have to wait until midseason to see it. The above clip gives us a glimpse of Teegarden in Star-Crossed, though the focus is on the arrival of a group of aliens who are now being integrated into a public school for the first time since their arrival on the planet a decade ago. Teegarden plays the female lead, a human, while Matt Lanter plays Roman, the Atrian teen who sets his eye her.
There's actually more to the story than meets the eye in the clip above. If you noticed a bit of recognition between Roman and Emery (Teegarden), it's because these two have met before, years ago. Read the CW's full description for the series below.
When Emery was 6 years old, an alien spacecraft crash-landed in her small town. Whether they came in peace or with more sinister intentions didn’t matter: a fierce battle erupted as humans fought for control over their new rivals, an alien species called the Atrians. In the midst of the conflict, Roman, a 6-year-old Atrian boy, found his way to a shed behind Emery’s house, where she protected him from harm, bringing him food, comfort – and friendship. In their brief time together, Emery and Roman forged a deep bond, but the authorities wasted no time tracking Roman down and capturing him in a violent confrontation. Emery has grown up believing that Roman was killed that day. Ten years later, the Atrians have been acclimated to life on Earth, but they are interned in a heavily-guarded camp known as the Sector to keep them separate from humans. Now, for the first time, a group of Atrian teens will enroll in a suburban human high school, with the goal of testing the feasibility of human/alien integration. The eyes of the nation and the whole world are fixed on this historical social experiment, an endeavor fraught with suspicion and fear.
Star-Crossed is described as an epic Romeo and Juliet romance, and it's not difficult to see why. He's an alien. She's a human. They're both really good-looking but it's unlikely that anyone wants to see these two kids get together. Well, any of the characters. Something tells me The CW's audience will feel differently. There's certainly potential for a story like this, and it's one of a couple indications that The CW is veering toward sci-fi. Well, young-adult-romance-sci-fi, anyway. But it's a start.
The CW has Star-Crossed on deck for Midseason. Check out the CW's full fall schedule here.