Are you a fan of the Tv Series? Here is some good news for you, the Quantum Leap returns to NBC this fall. here you will know How to Watch Quantum Leap’s new episode.
The Quantum Leap, developed by Donald P. Bellisario and airing on NBC from March 26, 1989, to May 5, 1993, is a science fiction television series that ran for five seasons.
The series stars Scott Bakula as Dr. Sam Beckett, a physicist who makes accidental time jumps during time travel experiments by temporarily assuming the identities of other people in order to fix the errors in history that he keeps uncovering.
Admiral Al Calavicci (Dean Stockwell), Sam’s womanising, a cigar-smoking best friend who appears to him as a hologram and influences his historical perspective, also co-stars in the film.
Quantum Leap TV Series
|Show Created by||Donald P. Bellisario|
|Starring||Scott Bakula, Dean Stockwell|
|Narrated by||Deborah Pratt, Scott Bakula|
|Music Composer||Mike Post|
|Composer||Velton Ray Bunch|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||5|
|No. of episodes||97|
How to Watch Quantum Leap New Episode Free?
Quantum Leap returns to NBC this fall! Watch the series premiere Monday, September 19 at 10/9c and the next day on Peacock.
The original series chronicled Dr. Sam Beckett’s (Scott Bakula) experiences and journeys as he time-traveled to numerous ages and worlds after being forced to body-hop around the cosmos due to a botched experiment. Every episode is unique, with our main character assuming a new body and facing a fresh set of problems each week.
The new Quantum Leap will be based on a similar principle. This time, the spotlight is on a new character, Dr. Ben Song (played by Raymond Lee).
How to Watch Quantum Leap New Episode Free
Watch the series premiere Monday, September 19 at 10/9c and the next day on Peacock.
How to watch and stream Quantum Leap
Quantum Leap, a fantasy series starring Scott Bakula, Dean Stockwell, and Dennis Wolfberg, is now streaming on Netflix. On your Roku device, you may watch it on The Roku Channel, Peacock TV, Spectrum TV, NBC, Telemundo, USA Network, SYFY, Bravo, OXYGEN, E!, Prime Video, Vudu, or Apple TV.