Quantum Leap (1989)

During a government time travel experiment, a scientist becomes stranded in the past, "leaping" into the bodies of other people on a regular basis.

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Donald P. Bellisario
Quantum Leap is a five-season American science-fiction television series developed by Donald P. Bellisario that ran on NBC from March 25, 1989, until May 5, 1993. Scott Bakula plays Dr. Sam Beckett, a physicist who spontaneously leaps through spacetime during time travel experiments, momentarily taking the place of other individuals to repair what he continually determines to be historical blunders.



Admiral Al Calavicci, Sam's womanizing, cigar-smoking buddy and best friend, appears to him as a hologram and researches and molds his opinions on the past, is played by Dean Stockwell.

The series incorporates comedy, drama, romance, social commentary, and science fiction elements. In 2007, it was named 19th on TV Guide's list of the "Top Cult Shows Ever."

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Quantum Leap (1989)

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Release
Mar 26, 1989