Babylon 5: Season 1 (1993 - 1994)

SEASON:

TOMATOMETER

Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.

AUDIENCE SCORE


Want to See

Not Interested

Add Rating
My Rating    

Episodes

1
Air date: Feb 22, 1993
2
Air date: Feb 22, 1993
3
Air date: Jan 24, 1994
4
5
Air date: Feb 7, 1994
6
Air date: Feb 14, 1994
7
Air date: Feb 21, 1994
8
9
10
Show More Episodes

Babylon 5: Season 1 Photos

Tv Season Info

In 2257 A.D., the Earth Alliance places a massive space station, Babylon 5, into orbit around a planet in a neutral corner of the galaxy to serve as a refuge for anyone seeking sanctuary from the tyranny of the hostile federations...

Cast

Michael O'Hare
as Cmdr. Jeffrey David Sinclair
Claudia Christian
as Cmdr. Susan Ivanova
Jerry Doyle
as Michael Garibaldi
Mira Furlan
as Amdassador Delenn
Andreas Katsulas
as Ambassador G'Kar
Peter Jurasik
as Ambassador Londo Mollari
Richard Biggs
as Dr. Stephen Franklin
Bill Mumy
as Lennier
Andrea Thompson
as Talia Winters
Bruce Boxleitner
as Capt. John Sheridan
Ardwight Chamberlain
as Ambassador Kosh
Jeff Conaway
as Security Officer Zack Allan
Mark Hendrickson
as Narn Captain
Joshua Cox
as Lt. David Corwin
David Crowley
as Lou Welch
Macaulay Burton
as Garibaldi's Aide
Julia Nickson
as Catherine Sakai
Aki Aleong
as Sen. Hidoshi
Jason Carter
as Marcus Cole
Denise Gentle
as Lise Hampton
Ed Wasser
as Mr. Morden
Patricia Tallman
as Lyta Alexander
Lenore Kasdorf
as ISN Reporter
John Snyder
as Soul Hunter #2
Patricia Healy
as Mary Ann Cramer
Robert Phalen
as Andrei Ivanov
Jim Norton
as Ombuds Wellington
Sav Farrow
as Tech #1
Fumi Shishino
as Security Guard
Katy Boyer
as Neeoma Connally
Theodore Bikel
as Rabbi Koslov
June Lockhart
as Dr. Laura Rosen
William Morgan Sheppard
as The Soul Hunter
Fabiana Udenio
as Adira Tyree
David McCallum
as Dr.Vance Hendricks
Walter Koenig
as Alfred Bester
Marshall R. Teague
as Nelson Drake
William Allen Young
as Jason Ironheart
Tristan Rogers
as Malcolm Biggs
Greg McKinney
as Walker Smith
Jeffrey Combs
as Harriman Gray
Damian London
as Sen. Virini
David Warner
as Aldous Gajic
Judson Scott
as Knight One
Toni Attell
as Med Tech #1
Joy Hardin
as Narn #1
Jim Youngs
as Benson
Craig Barnett
as Security Guard
Nancy Lee Grahn
as Shaal Mayan
Elaine Thomas
as Lianna Kemmer
Soon-Teck Oh
as The Muta-Do
Gregory Paul Martin
as Col. Ari Ben Zayn
Kent Broadhurst
as Maj. Krantz
Paul Hampton
as The Senator
Grace Una
as Alisa Beldon
Peter Trencher
as Carn Mollari
Robin Curtis
as Ambassador Kalika
Marie Chambers
as Sofie Ivanova
Ron Canada
as Capt. Ellis Pierce
Langdon Bensing
as Derek Mobotabwe
Tim Choate
as Zathras
Kate McNeil
as Janice Rosen
Jeff Austin
as Centauri #1
Mark Conley
as Tech #1
Joe Banks
as Guard
Kelly Coyle
as Earthforce Liaison
Mark Rolston
as Karl Mueller
Daniel Hutchison
as Security Guard
David Austin Cook
as Special Agent #1
Fredi Olster
as Lady Ladira
Don Dowe
as Earth Fighter
Rodney Eastman
as Kiron Maray
Silvania Gallardo
as Maya Hernandez
Frank Farmer
as Gen. Miller
Randy Kirby
as Businessman #1
Liz Burnette
as Lurker #1
Danica McKellar
as Aria Tensus
Juan José Del Rey
as Eduardo Delviontos
Whip Hubley
as Raider #1
Lina Lodge
as Mirriam Runningdear
Floyd Vaughn
as Worker #1
Chip Heller
as Rowdy #1
Ted Henning
as Guard #2
Jim Ishida
as Dr. Tasaki
Diane Adair
as Mila Shar
Robin Wake
as Young Lianna
Edward Conery
as Devereaux
Anita Brabec
as Dome Tech #3
Kevin Page
as Businessman
Mark S. Porro
as Security Guard
Rod Perry
as Gen. Netter
Douglas Netter
as President Santiago
Laura Peterson
as Gera Akshi
Glenn Robinson
as Head Waiter
Paul Yeull
as Customs Guard
Chuck Butto
as Security Officer #1
Constance Zimmer
as Young Woman Pianist
Wesley Leong
as Paramedic
Ann Bruce
as Marie Crane
Patty Toy
as PSI Corps Rep
Erich Martin Von Hicks
as Businessman #2
Rick Lee Mathis
as Fighter #1
Momo Yashima
as Dr. Goyokin
Jerry Weil
as Technician
Gianin Loffler
as Lurker #2
Mike Gunther
as Alien #1
David Anthony Marshall
as Stephen Petrov
Gary McGurk
as Morgan Clark
Lynn Red Williams
as Customs Guard
Bergen Williams
as Security Guard
Show More Cast

Critic Reviews for Babylon 5 Season 1

All Critics (9) | Top Critics (8)

Great special effects do not make for great science fiction. Writing is what makes TV series cook. Unfortunately, writing is the single biggest problem haunting Babylon 5.

May 2, 2018 | Full Review…

The best Sci-Fi show ever to grace television.

Oct 30, 2017 | Rating: 9/10 | Full Review…

There is potential. It would be a shame if the judgment call goes against Babylon 5 and it ends up being a one-shot telefilm.

May 2, 2018 | Full Review…
Top Critic

Rarely has a television series been more aptly named: Babylon 5 is science fiction as nonstop babble, a riot of miscommunication between intergalactic cultures and creatures, some of them earthlings.

Apr 18, 2018 | Rating: C | Full Review…

"Babylon 5" is set in the year 2258 and chances are it will make you very nostalgic for the year 2257, because it didn't exist then.

Apr 18, 2018 | Full Review…

Technically impressive, and perfectly scaled to TV, the production hardware is fashioned by compelling, low-key, desk-top-generated computer effects, including vrooming "Star Wars"-like spitfire marauders.

Apr 18, 2018 | Full Review…

Trekkies will strain to like it because of the concept, though the first episode bows in with too much hardware and only hints of personal interrelationships. But there are intriguing potentials.

Apr 17, 2018 | Full Review…
Top Critic

Showing the characters trying, and utterly failing, to save the head of their government indicates that Babylon 5 is playing for keeps.

Oct 30, 2017 | Rating: A | Full Review…
Top Critic

If the acting can get to a level above a robotic stiffness that recalls old Saturday-matinee movie serials, Babylon 5 could prove fun to have around.

Oct 30, 2017 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Babylon 5: Season 1

There are no featured audience reviews yet. Click the link below to see what others say about Babylon 5: Season 1!

News & Features