We look back at what we watched in 2014. January was chock-full of…waiting for shows to get back from hiatus.
The first of many Ultimate Social Experiments in 2014.
Either Frank, Jeffry, JR or Samm survived the final Duels of Destiny to become the next Time Lord (or something) in the season finale of SyFy’s Opposite Worlds.
Six become four on the penultimate episode of Opposite Worlds. A well-constructed endurance challenge determines two of the final four, but will questionable strategy sink one player’s chances?
Eight players are left on Opposite Worlds. Two are safe, four will be in danger, and two will go home. Homestretch, yeah!
Time is winding down on Opposite Worlds as the game fast forwards to eliminate people left and right. FINALLY!
On this week’s Opposite Worlds, stuff actually happens! And we are well past the halfway point of this series. Everybody wins! (Except Team Chronos.)
Opposite Worlds gets turned upside down as the status quo remains unchallenged and we spend ten minutes comparing and contrasting living situations. Oh, and Jeffry is playing a different game show.
If you thought some structure was going to make Opposite Worlds more exciting this week, um, sorry. Two players join the game, while two others feel the direct effects of popularity contests.
The first live episode of Opposite Worlds takes a page from the American Idol results show playbook, stretching a few minutes of content to a full hour. It’s not good TV.
It’s Big Brother meets Survivor: Fiji meets Glass House meets the “Don’t tase me, bro” video on SyFy’s newest competitive reality series Opposite Worlds.