JMS posted an update on the status of the new Babylon 5 series being developed for The CW.
The news from Hollywood trades and social media that excited Babylon 5 fans: Warner Bros has approved more Babylon 5 for us, from the Creator himself.
Babylon 5 returns, this time to a streaming platform near you!
Since making “How’s It Going” memes are all the fun on Twitter for 2020, we’re just seeing how long we can keep the funny going at this point!
Comet TV has begun it’s final airing of Babylon 5 this time around.
Comet TV has added a few shows to its lineup, changing the air time for Babylon 5.
Starting April 6, 2020, the new lineup runs Monday through Friday
Good News, Babylon 5 fans!
Comet TV is now airing Babylon 5. “Midnight on the Firing Line” is airing on October 2.
Check your cable tv listings for broadcast times, or on your Roku device!
Since June 1, Babylon 5 has been available to stream for Amazon Prime subscribers.
The show hasn’t been seen on streaming services since it was briefly on Hulu in its early days, and this past year on go90.com (which is shutting down completely next month).
Amazon Instant Video now has the original version of “The Gathering” available for purchase and download for $1.99
For a brief moment in time (8 years actually since the project started) we were given new B5 material to enjoy, argue about and commiserate with. The books became invaluable aides as our discussions went on over the years ( in Tim’s case, on and on…). The Script Books, Other Voices, the Chronologies and even the […]