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'Quantum Leap' Creator Reveals His Plans To Bring The Show Back

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One of the greatest shows from the 80s might be coming back and it will finally answer all the questions we have had for decades. Quantum Leap started in 1989 and ran until 1993. After five seasons it ended without Sam ever getting to leap back home.

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We have all been wondering for over 20 years what Sam has been doing, but now we may finally have some answers. The series creator, Donald Bellisario, was at the Los Angeles Comic Con over the weekend where he revealed his plans for the show to make a comeback!

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We've heard the rumors before, people have been talking about a Quantum Leap reboot since the early 2000s. But this time the rumors aren't just all chatter from undisclosed sources, the creator himself told us exactly what he has in store and it's a lot.

This is what Bellisario has in store for Sam...

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