Next Episode of Babylon 5 is
From-the-ground-up reboot of the critically acclaimed 1990s series, which revolves around John Sheridan, an Earthforce officer with a mysterious background, who is assigned to Babylon 5, a five-mile-long space station in neutral space, a port of call for travelers, smugglers, corporate explorers and alien diplomats at a time of uneasy peace and the constant threat of war.
Sheridan is targeted by an assassin in the lead up to his inauguration as President of the Interstellar Alliance. At the behest of Sheridan, Elizabeth Lochley arrives from Earth to take command of Babylon 5, just as a group of rogue telepaths come to the station seeking sanctuary.
Londo suffers a heart attack and falls into a surreal dream, where he must face his greatest fear in order to survive. Elsewhere, Delenn learns that Lennier is planing to leave Babylon 5 to join the Rangers.
Sheridan clashes with the various member worlds of the Alliance over the Declaration of Principles, and an isolated world asks for the Alliance's help in defending themselves against Raiders. Meanwhile, Garibaldi tries forming an intelligence unit of telepaths.
As Babylon 5 comes under attack by an alien race, maintenance workers Mack and Bo work to keep the station running.
Two Anla'Shok elders arrive from Minbar with a status report for Delenn, bringing with them two new Ranger recruits. Meanwhile, a Downbelow racketeer makes plans to assassinate Zack, and Garibaldi investigates Lochley's background.
Bester arrives at the station to arrest the Downbelow telepaths, and Londo barely escapes an assassination attempt when the ship he was to be aboard explodes.
As more telepaths arrive at the station, the denizens of Downbelow start taking notice. Tensions build until one of the telepaths is assaulted, and the others decide to take revenge - against Byron's wishes. Meanwhile, Franklin tries to find out why the Hyach are hiding part of their medical history.
After the Brakiri purchase a piece of the station for a religious festival, Babylon 5 becomes part of the their 'Day of the Dead' celebrations. At the same time, comedians Rebo and Zooty arrive to do a show on the station.
Londo starts to suspect that all is not right on Centauri Prime, when a good friend is murdered. On Babylon 5, Byron tries to force the Interstellar Alliance council to give him and his telepaths a homeworld of their own.
The telepaths have barred themselves inside an area of Downbelow, and their telepathic tricks force Lochley to ask Bester for help. On Centauri Prime, G'Kar finds an old friend locked in a cell beneath the Centauri Royal Court.
The standoff between the telepaths, the Alliance and the Psi Corp continues and the fight with the violent faction of Byron's followers intensifies... until the rogues seize medlab - with Garibaldi and Franklin in it.
The Alliance gets a break in their investigation of recent shipping line attacks, when they discover a possible witness may have survived and taken refuge on the Drazi homeworld. Garibaldi is sent to find him, but the Intelligence Chief's alcohol problem complicates the mission. G'Kar returns to Babylon 5 to discover that his book has been published, and he is now a revered religious figure.
A telepath murders his roommate and escapes on a ship bound for Babylon 5. Bester is given the job of capturing him, and brings along two PSI Cop interns to show them how he works.
Lennier undergoes Ranger training aboard one of the White Star vessels, while secretly on a mission for Delenn and the Alliance. Back on Babylon 5, the Drazi bug Londo's quarters and face the wrath of Vir.
Lennier risks his life to investigate Centauri signals that may be connected to recent attacks. On the station, Lyta tries to continue Byron's dream of finding a homeworld for telepaths, and Lise visits Garibaldi only to discover he's drinking again.
Evidence collected against the Centauri is presented to the council of the Interstellar Alliance, and a boycott against the Centauri is issued. In reaction, the Centauri withdrawal from the Alliance, making it clear that they will circumvent the blockade by force if necessary.
As Sheridan finally authorizes the White Star fleet to participate in the war, Delenn travels to Minbar to start a Minbari-Earth joint project to build a prototype White Star destroyer class ship. Elsewhere, Vir hires Franklin and Lyta to investigate why the Drazi don't return the bodies from destroyed Centauri ships.
As Centauri Prime is being bombarded, the Drakh, the real masters behind the war, reveal themselves to Londo. They force him to go along with their plan to alienate the Centauri from the Alliance, and use what's left as their new home.
Earth Force orders the arrest of Lyta for financing terrorism against the PSI Corp. Meanwhile. Sheridan confronts Garibaldi about his drinking, and G'Kar struggles with his growing mass of worshippers.
Tessa Holloran, former Number One of the Mars resistance, arrives with a warning for Lise and Michael - an assassin has been hired to kill them. Meanwhile, G'Kar prepares to leave Babylon 5 with Lyta, though not everybody is happy about it.
It is near the end of 2262, and many changes are abound. Londo, G'Kar and Garibaldi have already left, and Franklin will be taking up his new position on Earth shortly. Elsewhere, Lennier makes a terrible choice and must face the consequences. Finally, Sheridan and Delenn leave for Minbar, where the Interstellar Alliance's recently finished headquarters are located.
Twenty years after his death and resurrection at Z'ha'dum, and the end of the Shadow War, Sheridan feels his life force ebbing away and invites some old friends to gather for a final time.
Looks like something went completely wrong!
But don't worry - it can happen to the best of us,
- and it just happened to you.
Please try again later or contact us.