April 01, 1997
You're invited on an exclusive set visit with Sliders' dimension-hopping quartet of stars.
Alternate worlds mean alternate special effects for Sliders' crew of illusionists.
Most people recognize him as Rembrandt "Crying Man" Brown on FOX-5' s hit sci-fi program Sliders, but did you know Cleavant Derricks is a Tony and Drama Desk Award winner for Dreamgirls?
Jerry O'Connell discusses the appeal of being one of the Sliders.
Jerry O'Connell is riding high in a sci-fi series that just won't quit. And then there's his movie stint opposite Tom Cruise.
Plagued by mixed reviews, internal dissension, inconsistent ratings, and repeated rumors of cancellation following each of its first two seasons, Sliders plugs on.
As Sliders shifts into a third year, Tracy Tormé considers the show's past, present and future.
It was destined to be the also-ran. Now it's into its third season, seen off of its TV rivals and secured itself a worldwide audience, as Producer Tracy Tormé tells Joe Nazarro.
Sliding from one world to another, Cleavant Derricks keeps on smiling even though he's the Crying Man.
Jerry O'Connell went back to seventh grade in the fall of 1985 feeling pretty good about himself. The 11-year-old had spent the summer in Oregon filming Stand By Me. But classmates at his New York City junior high school weren't impressed.
After initial misgivings, Cleavant Derricks is happy with the path he followed.
Tracy Tormé's innovative science fiction romp, Sliders, returns.
Everyone on Sliders says the same thing: Sabrina Lloyd is something special.
Series co-creator Tracy Tormé assesses the strengths and weaknesses of Sliders.
Even though they're slipping into their second season, all endings are not happy for Sliders.
As universe-hopping hero Quinn Mallory on Fox's sci-fi Sliders, Jerry O'Connell is worlds away from the part that brought him to prominence.
Every week, Sabrina Lloyd's character Wade Wells finds herself in amazing and out-of-this-world situations on Fox's science-fiction series Sliders.
Life on Sliders isn’t like being sentenced to the tedium treadmill. Just the opposite, says Jerry O’Connell, handsome young star of the lively sci-fi series that returns for a new season Friday on FOX.
It's sometimes hard to believe that the timid, cherub-faced kid from the 1986 film Stand By Me is now an action-adventure hero -- and a tall, pretty-damn-cute one at that.
Robert Weiss, co-creator of Sliders, prepares to explore more worlds.
Fox plays with history and time in a reality-bending adventure series.
At last, Tracy Tormé is happy, sliding into new worlds of science fiction.
When Tracy Tormé cites his top three favorite SF-TV of all time, his reverence for writer dominated shows is clear.
Fun is the name of the game for Jerry O'Connell & his "Sliders."
In Fox Television's Sliders, history is written in disappearing ink.