Dr. Sam Beckett may once again put right what once went wrong. This time on the big screen.
Former "Quantum Leap" star Scott Bakula told attendees at last weekend's San Diego Comic-Con that his 1990s show could see a rebirth as a film. "Quantum Leap" aired from 1989 to 1993, and has been rerun in syndication from time to time ever since.
"Quantum Leap" centered around a scientist who realized he could travel in time through his own lifetime, taking over people, and setting history right.
The panel, hosted by TV Guide executive editor Craig Tomashoff, Bakula -- who also made a name as the star of the short-lived "Star Trek: Enterprise" on UPN -- proclaimed his love for his character of Sam Beckett.
"This is what I'm known for, and it's a great show to be known for," he said.
Donald Bellisario, the show's creator and executive producer, apparently is working on a script.
A "Quantum Leap" reunion may happen sooner as Bakula's old co-star Dean Stockwell might get some guest appearances on Bakula's current TNT show "Men of a Certain Age."
Showing enthusiasm for "Quantum Leap" and for its possible future, Bakula said, "It's a great piece of TV history."
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