An exciting animation series follows the day by day action and battles of Seizaki Zen, a youthful brilliant and brave prosecutor, who works at a notable firm, who during researching on a secretive cases included a pharmaceutical organization, discovers a hazardous conspiracy.
By attempting to straddle two very different genres at once, it undermines the effectiveness of both forms of entertainment. It isn't necessarily a fatal problem, but it's one that will hopefully be ameliorated in the rest of the show's short season.
Babylon delivers a mixed bag in which it's deceptively simple to applaud the effort to handle the bizarre intersection of publicity and policing, and yet that attempt doesn't make it entertaining or insightful on its own.
I still consider it my duty to inform you when there is a new show you absolutely HAVE to watch. And Babylon ... is one of those shows. Sorry, everybody. Add it to your queue. It's like The Wire meets In the Loop meets The IT Crowd.