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Quantum Leap (1989 - 1993)

Quantum Leap (1989 - 1993)

AVERAGE TOMATOMETER

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75%

AVERAGE AUDIENCE SCORE

100%

Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.

Series Info

A time-travel experiment that went wrong sends physicist Sam Beckett back in time, where he assumes other people's identities and helps to resolve the crises of his new hosts. He's assisted in his adventures by Al Calavicci, also known as `The Observer,' who has the ability to appear in holographic form. The imaginative, Emmy-nominated series spawned a reunion TV-movie, `Quantum Leap: A Bold Leap Forward.'

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Seasons

50%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

1992, NBC, 22 episodes

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1991, NBC, 22 episodes

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1990, NBC, 22 episodes

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1989, NBC, 22 episodes

100%
Critics Consensus: Quantum Leap's fresh and funny take on science fiction elevates its simple premise into a charming piece of classic television.

1989, NBC, 9 episodes

Cast

Scott Bakula
as Dr. Sam Beckett
Dean Stockwell
as Al `The Observer' Calavicci
Judith Hoag
as Julie Miller
W.K. Stratton
as Dr. Burger
Carolyn Seymour
as Miss Stoltz
Stephen Lee
as Bo Loman
Elya Baskin
as Maj. Kosenko
Jon Gries
as Roscoe
Paul Linke
as Lionel
Meg Foster
as Laura Fuller
John Anderson
as Pat Knight
Gary Swanson
as Dr. Winger
J.C. Quinn
as Cooley
John Allen Nelson
as Capt. Birdell
Tom McTigue
as Calloway
Gregory Millar
as Lonnie Jordan
Jack Jozefson
as Off. Hudson
Nancy Stafford
as Peg Myers
Ernie Lively
as Col. Deke
Don Stroud
as Harlan
Christopher Curry
as Mr. Tatkins
Cliff Bemis
as Sheriff Michaels
Bill Marcus
as Capt. Vincent
Marcus Giamatti
as Rick Upfield
Michael Gregory
as Col. Wojohowitz
Susan French
as Miz Melny
James Harper
as Vincent
K Callan
as Lenore
Russ Tamblyn
as Bert Glasserman
Jean Sagal
as Gloria
Fran Ryan
as Dorothy
Eriq La Salle
as Bobby Lee
Carla Gugino
as Michelle
Julie Lloyd
as Waitress
Rob LaBelle
as Toney Beche
Stephen Mills
as Chief Tipton
Janine Turner
as Michelle
Danny Nucci
as Tony Pronti
Bruce McGill
as Weird Ernie
Garth Wilton
as Detective
John Worful
as John Burke
Marcia Cross
as Stephanie
Jan Triska
as Laszlo
Byrne Piven
as Capt. Cotter
David Proval
as Dr. Masters
John Kapelos
as Mustafa
Geoffrey Lower
as Lt. Montgomery
Royce D. Applegate
as Sheriff Blount
Stanley Brock
as Richardson
Davey Roberts
as Joey Pronti
Amy Ryan
as Libby
Roz Witt
as Waitress
Albert Stratton
as Dr. Tucker
Bill Calvert
as Peter Tipton
Norman Large
as Dirk Simon
Jimmie Ray Weeks
as Sheriff Barnes
Don Gibb
as Gruel
Wil Albert
as Charlie
Claude Earl Jones
as Capt. Elias
Leon Rippy
as Taggart
Corie Henninger
as Susan Bond
Jan Eddy
as Whittler
Melora Hardin
as Abigail Fuller
Sandy McPeak
as Father John McRoberts
Sean Baca
as Stevie
Gregory Itzin
as Mr. Phillips
Nancy Kulp
as Sister Sarah
Anne Haney
as Mrs. Thailer
Lauren Tom
as Sophie
Harry Groener
as Det. Ward
Candy Ann Brown
as Dr. Beeks
Susan Griffiths
as Marilyn Monroe
Bill Cort
as Flanners
Gloria Hayes
as Suzanne Whitehorse
Chubby Checker
as Chubby Checker
Ray Young
as Big Bob
Rance Howard
as Dr. Griggs
Jenny Gago
as Tearsa
Frank Girardeau
as Sgt. McCann
Peter Jason
as Kilpatrick
Sean O'Bryan
as Phillip
Sloan Fischer
as Stage Manager
Michael Dan Wagner
as Lt. Porterman
Alan Fudge
as Dr. Scanlan
Lee Garlington
as Nurse Chatham
Scott Hoxby
as Capt. Cooper
Eugene Lee
as Off. Shumway
Pepe Serna
as Manuel
Peter Onorati
as Director
Terri Hanauer
as Irene Basch
Max Wright
as Doc Kinman
Harrison Page
as Rev. Walters
Liz Torres
as Angela
Pete Schrum
as Trucker
Neil Giuntoli
as Pvt. Ryder
Steve Bean
as Leland
Ken Foree
as The Brush
James Sutorius
as Joe Basch
Bob Cady
as Chase
John Finn
as Adm. Spencer
Liz Vassey
as Barbara
Michelle Joyner
as Sister Angela
Beverly Leech
as Catherine
Matt Landers
as Richard
Ron Taylor
as Papa Dee
Anthony Pena
as Off. Talbot
Lee Weaver
as Herman
Aaron Lustig
as Judge Bowers
Elan Rothschild
as George Jr.
Neil Patrick Harris
as Mike Hammond
Bette Rae
as Mrs. Little
Cynthia Bain
as Michele
Kris Kamm
as Chris
Lela Ivy
as Chloe
Michael Maguire
as Maj. Meadows
Jill Tracy
as Rachel
Leslie S. Sachs
as Jamie Lee
Shae D'Lyn
as Alexandra
Amy Steel
as Maggie
Anthony Peck
as Koblitz
Amanda Wyss
as Suzanne
Joris Stuyck
as Pater Lawford
CCH Pounder
as Nita Bond
John Roselius
as Coach Martz
Amy Yasbeck
as Frankie
Joshua Cox
as Off. Milardi
David Tom
as Daniel
Tony Young
as John Huston
Jim Haynie
as Sheriff Hoyt
Norman Snow
as Cdr. Hartig
Krista Mione
as Nurse Kidman
Larry Pennell
as Clark Gable
Tim Ahern
as DeCaro
Robin Frates
as Elizabeth
Don Hood
as Lamar
Matt Kirkwood
as Photographer
Stephen Root
as John Tremaine Jr.
Michael Beach
as Nathaniel
Max Gail
as George
Wendy Robie
as Mrs. Tatkins
Roddy McDowall
as Edward St. John
Dwier Brown
as Neil Walters
Deborah Van Valkenburgh
as Diana St. Cloud
Arlen Dean Snyder
as Sheriff Mundy
Chris Stacy
as John Walters
James Greene
as Denton Waters
Jonathan Hogan
as Gus Vernon
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Series Details

TV Network: NBC
Premiere Date: Mar 26, 1989
Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Executive Producers: Donald P. Bellisario, Deborah Pratt, Michael Zinberg
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