In their new world, the Sliders are hailed as messiahs. Its psychic founder reveals that he knows the devastating consequences of their next slide.
An energy barrier threatens to consume everything in its path as the sliders rush to prevent Mallory (Robert Floyd) from being transformed into their nemesis, Dr. Geiger (guest star Peter Jurasik).
The Sliders encounter an archaeological dig in a new world has no Los Angeles. The excavation's participants consider Rembrandt a deity.
The damaged timer continues to make sliding unpredictable and dangerous, and the the only way to repair it may involve stealing a priceless gem.
After being dumped in the middle of the Pacific ocean, the sliders are rescued by a merchant ship populated by a band of pirates.
Sliding into a world where the favorite sport is arcade-like games, Rembrandt and Mallory suit up, unaware that Maggie and Diana are their targets.
When the team is separated during a riot at a mental institution, Mallory poses as a doctor to rescue Diana, who's been mistaken for a patient.
Wade visits Rembrandt in a dream, but the Sliders dismiss the occurrence until they discover what appears to be Wade, held captive by the Kromaggs.
The Sliders arrive in a world where the government banned combustion engines because of pollution, and Maggie falls for the leader of a biker gang.
Maggie is hailed as a hero in an alternate America where her double is a famous astronaut. But she's soon kidnapped by the government.
In an America where Prohibition has banned caffeine rather than alcohol, the Sliders try to unravel the gangland shooting of a coffee bootlegger.
In a parallel Los Angeles, President Jefferson Williams (Eric Pierpoint) is giving a speech. As reporters anxiously ask him vapid questions about his sex life, a scruffy but earnest young man, Bobby Hawks (Michael Manasseri), wants to know about America's war with Switzerland. Williams' eyes flash in anger, but he ignores the question. The Sliders arrive and hear a crowd cheering, so they go to see what's happening. Maggie (Kari Wuhrer) is pushed into Williams' arms. As he holds her tight, cameras flash, and soon her face is splashed on the television news, being identified as the woman with whom Williams has been having a secret affair.
While trying to buy candy from a vending machine, Maggie is seized by agents of a corporate-run government. The Sliders must try to get her back.
Before sliding, Mallory is shot and paralyzed. Faith healers in the new world can help him, but is the cure is worth the price they'll have to pay.
The sliders end up on a remote island. An order of monks give the sliders food and medical care but make a chilling demand in return.
The timer malfunctions, leaving the Sliders stranded in a war-torn world where they're pressed into service by a rebellion against the Kromaggs.
Slide into an out-of-this-world adventure! Reunite with genius Quinn Mallory and his fellow Sliders Rembrandt, Captain Maggie Beckett, and Quinn's brother Colin as they jump in and out of alternate Earthly realms.
Mastermind Quinn Mallory (Jerry O'Connell) returns for more fantastical adventures as he continues traveling from universe to universe in the complete Third Season of Sliders. Along with comrade Wade (Sabrina Lloyd), physics professor Arturo (John Rhys-Davies), and Rembrandt "Crying Man" Brown (Cleavant Derricks), Quinn explores new and mysterious Earths and along the way encounters tornadoes, droughts, wizards, warlocks and even his own younger self.
Sliders earned a substantial fan base thanks to its intriguing central premise - the existence of multiple alternate realities - and impressive special effects. In the second season of the hit series, Jerry O?Connell leads the appealing cast as a college student who accidentally discovers a portal into alternate dimensions.
The adventures encounter a variety of worlds and situations in their ongoing search to find a weapon that can destroy the Kromaggs
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