I've searched and couldn't find any thread about Babylon 5, but if it exists, any mod should feel free to merge this.
The original B5 series (save the fifth season) was awesome. The Shadow war was one of the most compelling stories I've ever had the opporunity to enjoy, even though the effects and acting could have been better.
Crusade had a lot of potential if TNT hadn't mucked the whole thing up with their nonsense. I purchased the DVD set for this series early this year to rewatch some of the techno-mage episodes, and I decided the other day to watch through the entire DVD. I realized quite quickly that I never even watched the chronological first episode. I watched the first episode aired, but TNT aired them out of order. I'll have to continue watching to see if there were any others I missed. I didn't think there were. I'm really interested in finding out more about the Apocalypse box.
The movies were fairly hit and miss, more misses than hits. It's a shame Legend of the Ranger sucked and sucked hard, since Marcus Cole was one of my favorite parts of the B5 series.
I've gotten a great deal of enjoyment from two of the three book trilogies based on outlines written by JMS. The Centauri trilogy had some really nice stuff with Londo and Vir and one particular line late in the third book that almost made the entire trilogy for me. The techno-mage trilogy was a great read, and it makes me really upset that the techno-mages weren't explored more in depth during the series. They came off as sideshow magicians in the series but they are actually immensely powerful, especially Galen, the mage from Crusade.
Of course, there have been rumors back and forth about new projects. A feature film called The Memory of Shadows was in the works for a while but died an early death. And speaking of deaths, Andreas Katsulas and Richard Biggs (G'Kar and Stephen Franklin respectively) died, and both of them were to be heavily featured in future projects.
I guess the latest rumored project is Babylon 5: The Lost Tales, an anthology series. Apparently, judging by Wikipedia (and don't we all trust that source?), the first three installments will deal with Sheridan, Lochley, Galen, and Garibaldi. I'm a huge fan of Sheridan and Galen, and I liked the earlier Garibaldi more than the latter, but Lochley has never really interested me a great deal. Hopefully this project doesn't disappoint and we get more. I'm definitely looking foward to it.