Werneth Leader of Past Team In ‘Opposite Worlds’
By Space Coast Daily // January 22, 2014
TUNE IN AND TWEET FOR WYATT
ABOVE VIDEO – Opposite Worlds Season 1 Premier: Wyatt Werneth of Cocoa Beach is taking part in a revolutionary social experiment where viewers decide the fate of the players. In the first episode last night, Werneth proved to be a leader of the “Past” team, and two players, one from Team Epoch and one from Team Chronos, will be selected to for the Duel of Destiny tonight – and only one will live to see another day in the game.
Tune In Tonight At 10 p.m. To the Syfy Channel on Bright House Networks Channel 69
OPPOSITE WORLDS – Wyatt Werneth of Cocoa Beach, Florida, a long-time Brevard first responder, athlete, sportsman and Guinness world record holder, made his debut last night in the latest TV reality show – the Syfy Channel’s “Opposite Worlds.”
In the first episode last night, Werneth proved to be a leader of the “Past” team, and two players, one from Team Epoch and one from Team Chronos, will be selected to for the Duel of Destiny tonight – and only one will live to see another day in the game.
Opposite Worlds is a competitive reality series, airing live Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 10 p.m.
FIT, EXPERIENCED AND READY TO GO
Werneth, 47, is experienced, fit and possesses the technical know-how to handle any task put before him.
His career path is rich and diverse. In his life, Werneth has been a fisherman, U.S. Navy diver, dock master, salvager, firefighter, a U.S. Coast Guard petty officer, Ocean Rescue Chief for Brevard County Fire Rescue, event organizer and a security specialist fighting terrorism around the world.
Tune into SpaceCoastDaily.com for exclusive information and coverage as Werneth gives it his all to win.
CLICK HERE to see Wyatt Wermeth’s profile on the Scyfy Channel website
OPPOSITE WORLDS: One Past, One Future
In Opposite Worlds, 14 people face off on opposing teams that live in a house separated into two distinctly different worlds: one past and one future, each with its own unique advantages and disadvantages.
Adding to the drama is a glass wall dividing the house into the two environments, allowing the teams to watch, envy and dread each other’s every move.
Every week, cast members compete in a series of fast-paced challenges that determine where each team lives, as well as who stays….and who goes home. Amidst all of this, viewers will be asked to participate in real time on Twitter and affect the outcome of each player’s fate.
VIEWERS CAN IMPACT THE GAME TOO
Twitter Popularity Index: By tweeting about the players, you help determine their popularity. The most and least popular will be given weekly rewards and punishments that can help (or hurt) their gameplay. So get involved and tweet what you feel about a player using their name and #Oppositeworlds (ex: “Love Jane! #oppositeworlds”). It’s not how MANY tweets a player gets, but how you FEEL about them that determines popularity – so don’t hold back!
Rewards and Punishments: Every week the most popular player gets rewarded and the least popular player gets punished… all based on how you’ve been tweeting about them. But WHAT they get is all up to you. After every Wednesday show, you’ll be able to decide the rewards and punishments doled out – which will be showcased in the following Tuesday episode.
Voting For The Decider: The biggest decision of Opposite Worlds is in your hands. After every Tuesday episode, you’ll be able to vote for “The Decider,” the player that decides who stays….and who goes home. The results are revealed LIVE on Wednesday’s episode, where the weekly elimination takes place!