Opposite Worlds

It's not uncommon for a reality show's premise to include "strangers live together in a house," and "Opposite Worlds" follows suit, but it has a twist in that the house is divided into two distinctly different environments. Fourteen contestants are split into two teams -- one team lives in the past and the other in the future. The two worlds are divided by a glass wall, allowing each team to watch, envy and dread the other's moves. Each week, the contestants compete in a series of challenges and their fates are determined, in part, by viewers who weigh in via social media.