'Quantum Leap' on NBC: Fans 'super excited' after trailer release, call it 'fun as hell'

'Hoping for the inevitable Scott Bakula cameo! Don't let me down guys!' wrote a fan on Twitter

'Quantum Leap' on NBC: Fans 'super excited' after trailer release, call it 'fun as hell'
'Quantum Leap' featuring Raymond Lee in NBC series (IMDb)
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Movies and series remakes often tend to affect the audiences in two ways either they appreciate it or they completely hate it but that is the risk the creators have to take to while making it. However, there is a new reboot coming to take you back three decades when the new 'Quantum Leap' starring Raymond Lee releases. The OG 'Quantum Leap' was released back in the 80s, and aired for five seasons, from March 25, 1989, to May 5, 1993. The first five seasons starred Scott Bakula as Dr. Sam Beckett, a physicist who involuntarily leaps through spacetime during experiments in time travel, by temporarily taking the place of other people to correct what he consistently discovers were historical mistakes.

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Dean Stockwell co-stars as Admiral Al Calavicci, Sam's womanizing, cigar-smoking companion and best friend, who appears to him as a hologram and researches and shapes his opinions of the past. The series features a mix of humor, drama, romance, social commentary, and science fiction. It was ranked number 19 on TV Guide's "Top Cult Shows Ever" in 2007. However, let's take a look at how the fan reacted when they saw the first trailer of the new rendition version of 'Quantum Leap'.

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The premise of the reboot version is that it is set 30 years after Dr Sam Beckett stepped into the 'Quantum Leap' accelerator and vanished. It follows a new team that must restart the project hoping to understand the mysteries behind the machine and its creator. Apart from Raymond Lee, it also stars Anastasia Antonia as Eva Sandoval, Mason Alexander Park as Ian, Ernie Hudson as Herbert 'Magic' Williams, and lastly Caitlin Bassett as Addison. Anyhow, after the trailer was released friends went a little overboard with emotions and opinions however they had nothing negative to say. Although, the OG show was a boomer's timeline show, but the new show will be a new take on it and how it is going to be now. Fans made Twitter their fest after the trailer was released. 

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A fan said, 'Heck yes!!! I loved this show, and I think this reboot looks perfect!' A fan mentioned, 'OMIGOD THEY'RE BRINGING QUANTUM LEAP BACK????' A fan tweeted, 'Quantum Leap looks fun as hell. I hope they don’t ruin it.' A fan commented, 'THIS LOOKS REALLY GOOD! I am very excited for it, and I am pretty sure if you listen closely you can hear some notes from the original theme song playing on the background! Oh Boy!' 'One of my favorite shows growing up. Eager to see what's they do in this new version,' said a fan. A fan shared, 'Not gonna lie, Quantum Leap is one of my all time favorite shows. So, I'm SUPER excited for the new Series! Looks true to the original! Hoping for the inevitable Scott Bakula cameo! Don't let me down guys!'

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'Quantum Leap' releases on September 19th, 2022, only on NBC.

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