Babylon 5: Sci-Fi series is set to get a reboot

Babylon 5

Babylon 5 must know some of you who love science fiction series. Babylon 5 was produced between 1993 and 1998, in 110 episodes in the 5 seasons viewers can cheer. The core plot of this series covers a period of about five years around 2260. Joseph Michael Straczynski, the creator of Babylon 5, now it should work on reboot, according to US medium varieties.

The new version of the science fiction series is described as “reboot from the beginning”. In the series, John Sheridan, a force officer, was transferred to Babylon 5, a five-mile space station in the Neutral Room, the focal point for travelers, smugglers, explorers and space diplomats in a problem of peaceful and constant threats of war. Sure, Babylon 5 is not Star Trek – but what’s special for fans of this series is designed for “big picture” from the beginning.

Someone can easily quote Londo: “I was there when the third age of mankind began, ten years after the interstellar war between humans and the Minbari. The Babylon Project, an ancient dream, had come true. In order to prevent further wars, a place was created where humans and aliens can live together peacefully despite all the differences. Babylon 5 is a contact point for refugees, smugglers, business people, diplomats and other travelers from different worlds, they live surrounded by two and a half million tons of steel, in the middle of space. It can be a very dangerous place, but it is also the only hope for lasting peace. The year is 2258, this is the story of the last great space station, its name is Babylon 5”.

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