Watch Quantum Leap 2022– 123movies, Full TV Series Online – Set 30 years after Dr. Sam Beckett stepped into the Quantum Leap accelerator and vanished, follows a new team that must restart the project hoping to understand the mysteries behind the machine and its creator..
Plot: It’s been 27 years since Dr. Sam Beckett 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.
Dr. Ben Song, lead physicist of the top-secret government time-travel program known as Quantum Leap, makes an unauthorized leap into the past, awakening in a different body with only fragments of his memory intact. Guided by Addison, a colleague in the present day who appears to him as a hologram that only he can see and hear, he discovers the only way for him to leap again is to correct something in his host person’s life. As Ben leaps from life to life, putting right what once went wrong, his team in the present tries to figure out why he leaped and bring him home.
Smart Tags: #mysteries #vanished #machine
|5.2/10 Votes: 4,927 | IMDB|
|N/A | Rotten Tomatoes|
|N/A | MetaCritic|
| N/A Votes: N/A Popularity: 11.186 | TMDB|
Watching a couple of episodes of this re-boot has just made me want to watch the original series again.
Don’t know why they bothered with this 2022 version of Quantum Leap… the characters are insincere, the stories are hollow, the drama is over inflated. It’s just not interesting.
Watch the original… it still works as well today as the first time I watched it. The adventures (leaps) are totally engaging and the chemistry between Al and Sam is magic.
Its been the fashion of late, to reinvent once popular shows without any conception of what made them popular to start with. Calling a show Quantum Leap, isn’t a magic totem, it doesn’t make the show automatically work.
Such is the case with this “new”, old series. The original series starring Scott Bakula and Dean Stockwell worked in large part, because of the great chemistry and wry humour, these two shared, as much as it was, the shows time travelling adventures.
The reinvention isn’t utterly awful but its a long way from being the original.Indeed, aside from the name this show could have been called anything. It bears only a superficial semblance in terms of overriding story.
To my mind, its not helped either by this incessant need, on the part of contemporary entertainment, to push social justice and woke ideologies on the viewing audience. Its not as if we don’t notice and speaking for myself and no doubt many others, its tiresome.
If people don’t believe in something or are not interested (I’m in the latter category) incessantly trumpeting the message, if I’m anything to go by turns people off and I suspect, hardens resistance.
In summary, moderately watchable, The chemistry between the leads found in the original series is largely absent, as is the humour.Usual dreary woke messaging does nothing, in my opinion, to enhance this series enjoyment.
Ok start, …hoping it will be better
Many shows have rough starts. Thai is no exception
However it seems to have potential. And as the actors settle into their roles, the acting should get better.
The show felt rushed on the main plot, but I think that’s because the show was constantly waylaid by the drama of the future cast. And hich makes it feel like the show is going to chase conspiracy right out the gate. Which I hope I am wrong. I liked the originals open and close episodes. Good hearted episodes focused on righting wrongs and other a modicum of levity.
But no one has attention spans anymore for the old formulas, so this fast paced and huge cast may be appropriate for the times.
I find it refreshing to see so many Asians in prominent roles as they are one of the least accepted in Hollywood. I wish that the girl helping the main guy wasn’t his wife. It narrows the role dynamic. But we shall see.
I’ll stick around this season if it keeps a gradual improving pace, but mostly because I loved the original.
Can’t wait to see where this goes!
Think the show has a ton of potential. As a long time fan of the original (my favorite show of all time), this delivered the connection to the original that I was looking for and set up a bunch of new mysteries. It definitely feels like there is some network intervention going on behind the scenes which is likely causing a bit of confusion for the viewers… network execs, leave this one alone because you’re ideas will likely kill it before it can build a fanbase! There did seem to be multiple teams of writers working on this first episode… the A story on Ben/Addison was well written… the B story about the actual leapee was a bit TOO MUCH. Did we really need to having a completely unrelatable diamond heist story featuring a girl who needed an operation? TOO MUCrH GOING ON. And the C story of the Quantum Leap staff was fine, but… their chemistry needs more development for us to care about them as individuals. I think the Executive Story Editor needs to pay more attention to how all of these parts are gelling together. You guys can do it!
Original Language en
Runtime 42 min
Genre Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi
Writer Donald P. Bellisario, Bryan Wynbrandt, Steven Lilien
Actors Raymond Lee, Caitlin Bassett, Mason Alexander Park
Country United States
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Stereo
Aspect Ratio 16:9 HD
Camera Sony Venice
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A