They are going to redo Quantum Code with a new team

30 years later, a new scientist will “try to understand the mysteries behind the machine and the man who created it.”

At least Al isn’t here to see it anymore … A few weeks after the death of Dean Stockwell, the American channel NBC announces that it is developing a new Code Quantum ! A pilot has been ordered, while waiting to see if the series will be validated.

The official synopsis promises us a sort of sequel, which will actually be more of a reboot: “30 years after Dr Sam Beckett (Scott Bakula) entered this quantum accelerator and disappeared, a new team was formed to restart the project in the hopes of understanding the mysteries behind the machine and the man behind it. created. “

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The creator of the original series, Don Bellisario, 86, is among the executive producers. As for her to see if Scott Bakula will be in the new project “that remains to be determined” NBC tease, which does not exclude its participation, even if we understand that this new Quantum Code will be based on new characters.

Already fearing a reboot, whispered for a long time in Hollywood, Scott Bakula told the American press last year his concern: “Code Quantum is very special to me. I hope they can find the truth and sincerity of the original and that they don’t try to make it all smooth. Sam was this naive kid who turned out to be a brilliant scientist who stumbled upon something… I just hope they try to keep this up, but hey, I don’t know ...”

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