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There is no Next Episode of Sliders planned.
Arturo (John Rhys-Davies) is seriously injured when the Sliders become unwitting participants in a bloody activity known as "The Game," played in a world in which athletes must follow one rule to win: stay alive.
After landing in a city where supplies are scarce, the Sliders meet scientists who are trying to perfect sliding and whose seeming cooperation impress Quinn, Wade, Arturo and Rembrandt.
In a desert, the Sliders find a village plagued by tornadoes and presided over by a dictator who'll stop at nothing to keep his subjects under his iron rule. Quinn: Jerry O'Connell. Wade: Sabrina Lloyd.
Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) is forced to relive painful childhood memories when a slide to 1980s San Francisco brings him face to face with his younger self.
Wade (Sabrina Lloyd) becomes the target of a group of dream terrorists, who control people through their ability to tinker with the victims' worst fears.
In a world in which water's scarce, the Sliders aid a young woman who's been the virtual slave of a thug because of her gift: an ability to find water.
The Sliders land in a mystical world where illusion and black magic are practiced and where Quinn is thought to come from a powerful line of wizards that must be eliminated.
In a world consumed by mysterious fires, the Sliders discover what might be the culprit: a single flame, which seems to have a mind and a will of its own.
After landing in an America ruled by a monarchy and where men have babies, Rembrandt (Cleavant Derricks) is mistaken for royalty---and prepped to give birth to the heir to the throne.
Quinn is mistakenly arrested, tried, convicted and sentenced to death in a Hollywood where TV viewers determine the sentence and executions are televised live.
In a world run by highly intelligent robots, Quinn and Rembrandt become guinea pigs in a ghastly experiment.
All is not calm for the Sliders, whose Christmas is spent in a giant mall where customers run up bills, then become virtual prisoners while trying to pay them off.
Arturo is kidnapped and brainwashed into thinking he's a 19th-century detective investigating some real murders.
The sliders land in a world resembling ancient Egypt, where Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) is used for a life-after-death experiment, and the others are entombed inside a pyramid.
The Sliders land on a world where no one is over the age of 35, but soon realize the town's dirty secret. With Jerry O'Connell, John Rhys-Davies, Sabrina Lloyd and Cleavant Derricks.
In a militaristic America threatened by a deadly pulsar, a colonel (Roger Daltrey) decides who'll be saved---and who'll be left to die.
As doomsday looms, Quinn and Maggie race to find a suitable parallel world, but discover that Rickman has a deadly ulterior motive for finding such a world.
The Sliders encounter a world infected by bacteria that transforms inhabitants into flesh-eating creatures---one of which takes a bite out of Quinn.
Maggie's transporting an alien egg that's incubating inside her.
On a world plagued by earthquakes and populated by primitive people, Wade stumbles upon a vast underground city overrun by nonhuman creatures.
The Sliders find evidence that Rickman may already be spreading his infection in a superstitious world.
While vacationing, the Sliders stumble across a scientist whose research involving supernatural snakes gets out of hand when one of the critters escapes from captivity.
Rembrandt (Cleavant Derricks) is reunited with Malcolm, while Maggie (Kari Wuhrer) swears revenge against Rickman when the Sliders find the colonel on a world ruled by a Tyrannosaurus Rex.
Wade (Sabrina Lloyd) falls under the spell of a gothic-rock band's charismatic lead singer (Ryan Alosio), who---unbeknownst to Wade---is also a full-blooded vampire with a taste for young groupies.
After cornering Rickman on a world inhabited by bizarre hybrids, the sliders finally have a chance to get home---until they meet a scientist (Michael York) who experiments with human DNA.