February 07, 2016
In 2005, Earth Prime received the Sci-Fi Channel's press files for Sliders. After a lengthy delay, Earth Prime has sorted these files and added the standout items to the EP.COM Article Archive.
Reaching the end of its fifth and final season early next year, Cleavant Derricks discusses his work playing the one remaining original slider, Rembrandt Brown. He discusses his favorite episode, losing lead actors and his hopes that it may one day return.
As Slider Quinn Mallory, Jerry O'Connell came to a sticky end at the start of the final season, but he's pulled himself together and joined the crew of Brain De Palma's Mission to Mars.
Night Magazine interviews Kari Wuhrer in an extensive discussion
"It's the same year and you're the same person..." Or are you? As Sliders faces its final run, change is in the air...
The charismatic Tembi Locke has brightened up our screens for Sliders fifth season as the brilliant physicist Diana Davis. Xpose met with the actress during filming in Los Angeles.
Meet the two new TV heroes jumping between alternate worlds.
Jerry O'Connell may have been disintegrated mid-slide, but his newcomer is bound to win his own army of fans. Xpose chats to Robert Floyd, who plays Mallory.
Kari Wuhrer isn't complaining, of course, but life as an actress isn’t remotely what she had in mind when she began this journey more than a decade ago.
Tembi Locke and Robert Floyd discover their own alternate reality.
Yes it's back — but there have been some changes! The Sliders emerge through the wormhole for their fifth season, but without two of their number. Executive producer Bill Dial briefs us on the new regular characters, and previews the upcoming episodes.
When the concept of a TV show is more the focus than its characters, it’s difficult to grow as an actor. That’s how Lloyd, who played Slider Wade Welles, felt when she called it quits.
The only remaining original Slider looks back over four years of parallel worlds, and forward to a fifth season of exploration and adventure.
Despite the departure of cast regulars John Rhys-Davies and Sabrina Lloyd, and a change of networks in America, Sliders has continued to evolve.
She spends her on-screen time as Maggie Beckett slipping through time and space, so what's Kari Wuhrer, co-star of Sliders, (9 ET Mondays on The Sci-Fi Channel) doing at Chateau Marmont s L.A.'s playpen to the stars?
It's a different world for Sliders on Sci-Fi Channel.
Mrs. O'Connell, the mother of Sliders stars Jerry and Charlie, is a very happy woman.
Executive Producer David Peckinpah on rebuilding.
Universal slides Fox's cancelled SF show into a berth on its own Sci-Fi Channel.
Charlie O'Connell headed West to visit big brother Jerry in Hollywood. Six months later, he realized that Los Angeles was his kind of town.
Things are different on Sliders this year. For starters, the sci-fi series has migrated to the Sci-Fi Channel for its fourth season. And for the first time, The Post Group in Hollywood has assumed control of the visual effects, dailies transfers, online, titling, and tape-to-tape color correction.
The unofficial leader of the parallel-Earth hopping explorers, Jerry O'Connell talks about trying to do every single job in front of and behind the camera for the latest season of Sliders.
In its fourth year, Sliders is really taking off. Producer Marc Scott Zicree tells Xpose how he feels about the show's progress.
As Sliders explores the Sci-Fi Channel, Kari Wuhrer remains lost in the dimensions.
When Professor Arturo bit the dust towards the end of Season Three, a new Slider took his place. Now firmly established as an integral part of the team, Kari Wuhrer explains the attraction of playing ex-marine Maggie Beckett, the new season of the show and working with the new boy, Charlie O'Connell.