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They want fans to use the hashtag #NETFLIXfor Band T and to tag Netflix in tweets showing their support for the show.The website, a fansite created by Lena, has more information about these organized efforts.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 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." 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 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.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.
In the United Kingdom, the show aired as both Roswell High Roswell High was originally developed by 20th Century Fox Television and Regency Television for the Fox Network, though it eventually landed on The WB (retitled simply to Roswell) thanks to the latter network's offer to extend a full 22-episode upfront commitment.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.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!“Life begins to imitate art when Baron and Toluca find themselves in a familiar part of New Mexico.