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QUANTUM Leap was a popular TV series in the 1990s that followed the story of a former scientist who trapped himself in time.
After almost 30 years off-screens, the show is in talks of a new reboot that might bring back some familiar faces.
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Quantum Leap reboot: Who is in the cast?
In May 2022, NBC announced that it would be producing a reboot of the popular sci-fi series Quantum Leap for a fall 2022-23 release.
While many details about the reboot still remain unclear, the show will reportedly be led by Raymond Lee, who will portray the role of Dr. Ben Seong.
The show’s creator, Don Bellisario, is also a part of the new project and will serve as an executive producer alongside Steven Lilien and Bryan Wynbrandt, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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Despite being confirmed, only Lee’s role has been announced, with more characters expected at a later date.
What is Quantum Leap about?
Quantum Leap first premiered in March 1989 and was on-air for five seasons.
The show was about former scientist Sam Beckett who trapped himself in time after an experiment went wrong.
As a result, Sam leaped into the body of a different person each week but had the help of Al Calavicci, aka The Observer, who gave him details about his new identities to help guide him along the way.
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Who starred in the original series?
The original series was led by Scott Bakula who portrayed the role of Sam Beckett.
Other cast members included Dean Stockwell as Admiral Al Calavicci and Deborah Pratt, who served as the Narrator.
The show also had appearances by Meg Foster, Carolyn Seymour, Dennis Wolfberg, and the late Willie Garson.
At this time, it remains unclear if Bakula will return to the series.
Stockwell passed away at the age of 85 in November 2021.