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Babylon 5
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TV Series
    (February 22, 1993-November 25, 1998)
    Aired on Syndication (1994-1997) and TNT (1998)
    Created by J. Michael Straczynski
    Claudia Christian as Susan Ivanova (1993-1997)
    Jerry Doyle as Michael Garibaldi
    Andreas Katsulas as G'Kar
    Peter Jurasik as Londo Mollari
    Michael O'Hare as Jeffrey Sinclair (1993)
    Bruce Boxleitner as John Sheridan (1995-1998)
    Mira Furlan as Delenn
    Tracy Scoggins as Elizabeth Lochley (1998)
    Jeff Conaway as Zack Allan
    Bill Mumy as Lennier
    Richard Biggs as Dr. Stephen Franklin
    Andrea Thompson as Talia Winters
    Stephen Furst as Vir Cotto
    Patricia Tallman as Lyta Alexander
    Spawned six TV movies 'Babylon 5: The Gathering' (1993), 'Babylon 5: In the Beginning' (1998), 'Babylon 5: Thirdspace' (1998), 'Babylon 5: The River of Souls' (1998), 'Babylon 5: A Call to Arms' (1999) and 'Babylon 5: The Legend of the Rangers' (2002)
    Premise: Arc stories of a 23rd century space station that hoped to reach its goal of bringing peace between humans and aliens
    There was a stirring controversy that its premise was very similar to that of 'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.'
    Claudia Christian was fired from the show because of contract issues.
    It spun off the short-lived series 'Crusade' that lasted for 13 episodes.
    Susan Ivanova's name constantly got mispronounced as e-VAH-no-vuh (Ivanova is really pronounced e-vuh-NO-va).
    The idea of the design of the Volron ships came from a clove of garlic.
    J. Michael Straczynski's plan of getting 'X-Files' stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson to portray Psi Cops in an episode fizzled.
    J. Michael Straczynski wrote an episode that featured a teddy bear getting tossed into space because of his dislike on cute things.
    J. Michael Straczynski wrote most of the show's episodes.
    It has been called a 'novel for television.'
    Walter Koenig's recurring character Alfred Bester, was named after a science fiction author.
    It won one Emmy Award and two Hugo Awards.
    TV Guide placed the show at #13 on the list of the '25 Top Cult Shows Ever!' (May 30, 2004).
    TV Guide also placed Captain John Sheridan at #9 on the list of the '25 Greatest Sci-Fi Legends' (August 1, 2004).
    Officials from NASA said to J. Michael Straczynski as they borrowed some things from the show for the International Space Station: 'Your design is the most practical we've seen.'
    J. Michael Straczynski appeared in the final episode as a technician to wrap up the show.

Credit: Neo NX2004


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