Due to the fact that Babylon 5 was cancelled by the network after season 4, they were forced to have a logical ending point for the series in season 5. What would have happened if it hadn't been canceled and they were able to spread out the plot more? Here are some points (I didn't make this multiple questions because this still falls under the same question, just different points in that question):
- How long would the Shadow war have been the main plot for season 4?
- Would Byron and the telepaths would be introduced during the shadow war, to give more power when they eventually committed suicide in the fifth season, or introduced in the fifth season?
- Would Lorian have been introduced immediately after Sheridan's fall into Z'Ha'Dum?
- What about the Shadow allies that only appeared in one episode (each) in season 4? Would they be there to assist the Shadows or only after the Shadow war ended?