Quantum Leap Season 1 Episode 10
Quantum Leap is set in the present day, 30 years after main character Sam Beckett vanished into the Quantum Leap accelerator. This new show is inspired by the original, but doesn’t serve as a reboot, rather as a sequel to the original.
The new Quantum Leap sees Dr Song serve as our protagonist, who is experimenting with time leaps within a similar episodic structure as the original.
If you’ve been following this one over the weeks, you may be curious to find out when the next episode is releasing. Well, wonder no more!
Here is everything you need to know about Quantum Leap Season 1 Episode 10, including its release date, time and where you can watch this.
Where Can I Watch Quantum Leap Season 1?
Quantum Leap is available to watch on NBC, as well as streaming online via catch-up the following day on Peacock. This is an exclusive original series, meaning this is the only place you’ll b able to watch this one.
Quantum Leap Season 1 Episode 10 Release Date
Quantum Leap Season 1 Episode 10 will air on Monday 9th January at 10pm (ET) to be precise. However for those in the UK and internationally, there’s no official release date for this one yet.
Episode 8 marked a mid-season break of sorts, and as a result of its success, NBC’s extended episode run means they must be pleased with its progress.
Quantum Leap should drop with subtitles available whilst watching on catch-up with Peacock. Episode 10 is expected to be roughly 48 minutes long, which is consistent with the time-frame for the rest of the series.
How Many Episodes Will Quantum Leap Season 1 Have?
NBC have recently announced that the number of episodes in Quantum Leap have been extended to 19 episodes, with 1 episode dropping a week. With that in mind, expect there to be 9 more episodes more to go.
Is There A Trailer For Quantum Leap Season 1?
There is indeed! You can find the trailer for the first season below:
What do you hope to see as the series progresses through the weeks? What’s been your favorite moment of Quantum Leap so far? Let us know in the comments below!