NBC Has Decided to Continue Quantum Leap for A Second Season!
Ben Song and his group’s time-traveling journey isn’t yet complete!
The second season of NBC’s Quantum Leap, which stars Raymond Lee, Ernie Hudson, Caitlin Bassett, Mason Alexander Park, and Nanrisa Lee, has been ordered.
Nearly 30 years have passed since Dr. Sam Beckett entered the Quantum Leap accelerator and disappeared in the 1989–1993 television series of the same name, which starred Scott Bakula as Sam.
According to the logline, Ben Song, a physicist, introduces a new team in Quantum Leap. To resume “the project with the aim of unraveling the secrets underlying the machine and the man who built it,” they have been given.
When Ben “takes an unlawful jump into the past, leaving the crew behind to uncover the puzzle of why he did it,” everything for him “changes.”
When Ben is traveling, Addison “appears in the shape of a hologram only Ben can see and hear” and “is a distinguished Army veteran who brings level-headed accuracy to her job.”
Herbert “Magic” Williams, who is “at the helm of the highly classified enterprise,” is portrayed by Ernie Hudson. Jenn Chou oversees the project’s digital security while Ian Wright is in charge of the “Ziggy” AI division.
The crew rapidly realizes that returning Ben home requires “acting quickly or losing him forever,” following Ben’s leaps and solving their puzzle entails “an exciting adventure.” The first episode of Quantum Leap Season 1, “July 13, 1985,” which was broadcast in September, has a 2.0 rating in the 18-49 demo and 10.8 million viewers overall, according to NBC.
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Quantum Leap is listed as “NBC’s best-ever drama premiere on Peacock” and as the “second new broadcast show of the season in the 18-49 demo,” according to the network.NBC approved six more episodes for its first season in October, bringing Season 1’s total to 19.
The announcement of Quantum Leap‘s Season 2 renewal was made by Lisa Katz, President, of Scripted Content, NBCUniversal Television, and Streaming. She said, “We’re leaping into a second season thanks to the incredible work by our cast, producers, writers, and everyone who has played a role in giving this iconic NBC series a new life.”
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It’s encouraging to know that Quantum Leap will have a prominent home both on our NBC schedule and the following day on Peacock in the upcoming season as we continue to draw viewers to our must-watch dramas, Katz continued.
Along with Dean Georgaris, Don Bellisario, Deborah Pratt, Chris Grismer, Steven Lilien, and Bryan Wynbrandt, Martin Gero serves as executive producer.
The creator of Quantum Leap is Universal Television, a branch of the Universal Studio Group. It is produced in collaboration with Belisarius Productions, Quinn’s House Productions, and I Have an Idea! Entertainment.
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