What was Cinetime TV’s ‘Babylon’ and why we don’t watch it anymore?
I was watching Babylon, a TV series about an alien race, and my friend, who’s a physicist, suggested that the alien might be human.
I remember thinking, This is really good.
He’s a really good scientist.
So, I went on Twitter and asked a few people who knew me and liked my work.
I tweeted back, How about a “babylon” episode, a Babylonian episode, and I got about 40 retweets.
And I was a little worried because I thought I was being a bit dramatic, but I really enjoyed the story and thought the characters were really interesting and fun.
But I started to realize there’s no way I would ever watch Babylon again, even if I could afford it.
The Babylon show was a huge hit.
People watched it for more than a decade.
It had a cult following.
I’ve seen the first two Babylon movies in the past.
The show’s creators, Steven Zaillian and J.J. Abrams, were big fans of the show.
And, for a while, they seemed like they could be on a mission.
In 2005, they announced they would be taking on the “Babylonia” project.
But the project was canceled.
Then, in 2008, the series was revived by Steven Zaillums son, Abrams.
But, even though the series is back on the air, the franchise is not.
The main reason, as far as I know, is that the show was so well-received that Steven was not interested in taking on another project with the Babylon franchise.
In 2010, Zaillams son announced that he was going to write a script for a Babylon movie, but that the script would be titled “Babel.”
That would be the last time I would see Babylon.
The show, which has been around for nearly 30 years, was an icon.
It was a hit.
And now, when we’re watching it, we just want to see the show, but not necessarily the actors.