NBC’s Quantum Leap Has Been Renewed For a Second Season

The second season of “Quantum Leap” has been skipped over. The ’90s science fiction TV reboot “Quantum Leap” has been picked up for a second season on NBC. Starring Raymond Lee as Dr. Ben Song, this “Quantum Leap” has been ratings and streaming success for both NBC and Peacock, where new episodes are available the day after they air on television. Song, in “Quantum Leap” (2022), picks up 30 years after Scott Bakula’s time-traveling protagonist Dr. Sam Beckett’s work.

Time: Mondays at 10 p.m. EST on NBC, just after “The Voice.” The season finale of “Leap” airs on January 2 after a winter hiatus. “The Voice’s” season finale airs in two parts tonight and tomorrow. More than 10 million people have seen the pilot episode of “Quantum Leap” across NBC and NBCUniversal’s streaming service. That’s rather excellent by today’s standards, but I bet executives would give anything to be able to rewind to the 1989 Nielsen rating sheets.

Lisa Katz, head of scripted programming for NBCUniversal Television and Streaming, stated, “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.”  “As we continue to bring audiences to our must-watch dramas, it’s gratifying to know ‘Quantum Leap’ will have a prominent place next season both on our NBC schedule and next day on Peacock.”

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NBC's Quantum Leap Has Been Renewed For a Second Season
NBC’s Quantum Leap Has Been Renewed For a Second Season

Back in September, Steve Greene of IndieWire complimented the pilot for being faithful to the sci-fi procedural approach of the original “Quantum Leap” but not making many changes. The protagonist in “Leap” can time travel to any trending era, and the film makes advantage of current popular songs and other cultural references to guide the audience through its fantastical narrative. Thus far, Dr. Song has visited 1970s Las Vegas, 1989 San Francisco before the catastrophic earthquake, and 1879 Western America throughout eight episodes.

Ernie Hudson, Caitlin Bassett, Mason Alexander Park, and Nanrisa Lee all feature in the show. As an executive producer, Martin Gero works with Dean Georgaris, Don Bellisario, Deborah Pratt, Chris Grismer, Steven Lilien, and Bryan Wynbrandt. This project is produced by Universal Television in cooperation with I Have an Idea! Entertainment, Belisarius Productions, and Quinn’s House Productions, all of which are parts of the Universal Studio Group.

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Quantum Leap’s second season was cut short. NBC has renewed its remake of the ’90s science fiction TV show “Quantum Leap” for a second season. “Quantum Leap,” starring Raymond Lee as Dr. Ben Song, has been a ratings and streaming hit for NBC and Peacock, with new episodes accessible the day after they are broadcast on television.

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