Neil Gaiman Supports/Defends JMS's Reboot Series Efforts

Neil Gaiman Supports/Defends JMS's Reboot Series Efforts

J. Michael Straczynski launched a Twitter account yesterday to squiw fandom for a compelling reason. It seems like the month of the month might be the first day for JMS''''s "from-the-ground-up" reboot pilot for The CW. This year, Warner Bros. Television is also a major player in the decision-making, with one exception being Neil Gaiman (clearly taking a break from keeping supporters'' concerns about a second season and doing rewrites

Gaiman gives us a sneak peek at JMS''s efforts to obtain a fresh take on on our screens:

If you loved #Babylon5, then the idea of new B5 content should have you as keen as it makes me. I love the idea of #B5onCWin23

Neil Gaiman (@neilhimself) October 20, 2022

When a fan of the original series questioned JMS''s decision to attempt a new series, the person said, "Not everything must be remade, rebooted, revamped, or reimagined," according to Gaiman, implying that a new series might harmed the series that they''ve grown to love. "Not everything should be remade, rebooted, or revamped," said the person, arguing that being remembered for what you were in your

I understand that point of view. But @straczynski made all of #Babylon5. It was his vision and his story. If he wants to make more, I''m happy to see it. It''s not being reimagined by a committee.

Neil Gaiman (@neilhimself) on September 20, 2022

As we prepared to write this, JMS offered via Twitter a picture, expressing his gratitude to everyone who provided the series with the following message: "The message has been received."


Where we are: The message has been received.

I am a total pleasure to everyone who joined forces to voice your opinion.

What happens right now: We wait for the future to manifest itself.

Thank you to you all once more.


J. Michael Straczynski (@straczynski) September 20, 2022

JMS first revealed that the pilot had not been picked up, but Pedowitz confirmed that the pilot was still in active development back in February this year. JMS began his transition by referring to the CW''s most recent statistics in recent weeks and how it might play a factor in "how many pilots, and what sort of, could be picked up during this transition." That transition, according to JMS. "Pre-existing deals" and prior "commitments" would then play significant into decision-making.

John Sheridan, an Earthforce officer with a mysterious background, 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 in a moment of uneasy peace and the constant threat of war. His arrival triggers a destiny beyond anything he could have imagined, as an exploratory Earth company accidentally triggers a conflict with a civilization a million years ahead of us, putting She

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