The ‘Hold on, this might not suck’ QUANTUM LEAP *revival*.

I know, I know, but here’s the thing: this QUANTUM LEAP is not a reboot.

No, really. From THR: “The synopsis reads, “It’s been 30 years since Dr. Sam Beckett (Scott Bakula) stepped into the Quantum Leap accelerator and vanished. Now a new team has been assembled to restart the project in the hopes of understanding the mysteries behind the machine and the man who created it.””

…You know something? I’ll allow it. I’m quite keen to get a few questions answered from the original series, as well. And, heck: Scott Bakula isn’t even seventy yet. He can do a guest star turn in this show, no worries. I might actually even find the TV remote and, I dunno, watch this QUANTUM LEAP on network*. Mondays 10 PM, starting September 19th.

H/T: @cwgabriel.

*Bizarrely, it was cheaper to get cable, Internet, and phone than it was just to get Internet and phone.

2 thoughts on “The ‘Hold on, this might not suck’ QUANTUM LEAP *revival*.”

  1. No answers they could provide live up to the questions.

    They’re going to desecrate it, and you know it.
    Odds are, they were going to do it if the show hadn’t been canceled.
    (I bow to few people when it comes to my low estimation of Hollywood executives. But it is certainly possible that the show was canceled for a reason, despite it still drawing good ratings. And the zeks did have the plot line going forward when they made their decision.)

    There are lots of shows that didn’t know when to end, and went from being great, to destroying themselves and everything they were.
    Fringe should have ended when Peter ceased to be.
    Heroes should have ended with the first series.

    Leave Quantum Break alone. It was a great series, with a great ending. Let it lay. There is nothing good that comes from screwing a corpse.

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