Heinrich said:never got into it. i?ve seen one or two episodes but i didn?t like the cgi at all and bruce boxleitner. meanwhile the years have passed and sometimes i think that i was wrong going for the star trek stuff because babylon 5 seemed to have the stuff i would have liked to see in star trek like continueing storylines and deep characterization.
do you say it?s worth watching it nowadays? maybe it?s not too late for me after all...
i am seeking a really nice science fiction tv show after star trek ever since...
bionicbob said:Definitely one of my favorite sci-fi series of all time!
But you have to be willing to stick with it. As JMS stated, it is esentially a novel for television. Each season representing a different chapter. Season one is a slow introduction to the characters, history and rules of the universe. Season two the conflict becomes revealed. Season 3 and 4 (which are the best imo) the enemy is engaged. And then Season 5, deals with the aftermath and consquences. In many ways, it is pulp space opera of Lord of the Rings. I highly recommend it. :grin:
bionicbob said:. . . the collapse of the syndicated market . . .
TM2YC said:I'm all for a reboot, as it can only increase demand/awareness for studio investment into converting the original show back into HD.