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American Ninja Warrior

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The qualifying round took place on the beach in Venice, Los Angeles, where a tryout was opened, meaning, competitors from across the United States had to fly themselves there to compete.

The second season premiered on December 8, , on G4, and concluded on December 23, , after 10 hour-long episodes.

The third season had the same format as the second season but aired in the summer. Qualifiers were held in Venice, Los Angeles in May.

Previously, only one American would reach Stage 3 per Sasuke competition. The fourth season was notable for differentiating American Ninja Warrior from Sasuke and began what is known as "the modern era" of the series.

City qualifier courses were aired on G4, while the city finals courses aired on NBC. City qualifiers and finals courses aired on both G4 and NBC.

The sixth season premiered on May 26, , and concluded on September 8, , with original episodes airing solely on NBC. Louis, Miami, and Denver. Later in the Dallas finals, she became the first woman to complete a city finals course.

Catanzaro's two runs have been described as the first "viral moment" of the show and are credited with increasing the seventh season's submissions ten times over.

The seventh season premiered on May 25, , and ended on September 14, In addition to the Venice course, a special military-only course was built in San Pedro.

As Caldiero completed Stage 4 faster than Britten, he was awarded the full prize money and Britten received nothing, [13] though Britten became the first competitor to complete all six courses city qualifier, city finals, and four stages of the National Finals in a single season.

The eighth season of the series began on June 1, , and concluded on September 12, During the Philadelphia finals, no competitor completed the course—a first in the series' history.

As a result, only 17 competitors advanced to Stage 2—the lowest in the series' history. However, Jessie Graff became the first woman to complete Stage 1, placing fifth.

The ninth season premiered on June 12, , and ended on September 18, However, none would go on to complete Stage 3.

Bryan and Richardson fell on the Ultimate Cliffhanger, while Moravsky fell on the penultimate obstacle and became the Last Ninja Standing.

The tenth season began airing on May 30, , and ended on September 10, The eleventh season started its premiere on May 29, and ended on September 16, New rules regarding the Mega Wall obstacle, which was introduced in the previous season, came into effect.

This season also introduced the Power Tower, where the top two finishers from each city qualifying would race on a giant metal structure to gain the "Speed Pass", which guaranteed them a spot in the National Finals.

In City Finals, the Power Tower was modified, and the top two finishers would race for the "Safety Pass", which allowed them to rerun the course in either one of the first two stages Stage 1 or Stage 2 if they fail.

Daniel Gil was not able to complete the rope climb on Stage 4 in the second time limit, but Drew Drechsel was able to climb it in On January 22, , the series was renewed for a twelfth season , which premiered on September 7, For the first time, a Spanish-language version airs on Telemundo.

Qualifying cities originally included returns to Los Angeles and St. Louis with a new location, Washington, D. NBC has aired a series of six specials in which ANW fan favorites compete in a team against teams of competitors from regions across the world, including Japan, Europe, Latin America, Australia, and most recently, Asia.

The competitors race on the same course used in the ANW finals. The first two included sideline reporter Jenn Brown.

The next four included Kristine Leahy as sideline reporter. Since the special, Zuri Hall has sideline reported. The first special was called USA vs.

Japan , while the rest were named USA vs. The World. The second special aired on September 15, , and was won by Team Europe.

The fifth special aired on March 11, , and was won by Team Europe. The sixth competition aired on January 27, For the first time, each team had at least one female competitor.

It was won by Team USA. The seventh competition aired on January 26, , and was won by Team Australia.

On May 29, , prior to the premiere of season eight , NBC aired a two-hour all-star special in which hosts Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbaja-Biamila chose their own all-star teams composed of three veterans, one rookie, and one woman.

Teams competed on stages two, three, and four of the regular season finals course, Mt. Midoriyama, as well as competitions on a supersized course that tested their skills in competitions on the giant pegboard, foot Salmon Ladder, Flying Shelf Grab, and Jump Hang, concluding with a race to the top of the "Mega" Warped Wall.

The all-star winners were Team Akbar , who won the team competition by beating Team Matt 5—3. Joe Moravsky completed Stage 2 in a record time of On February 20, , NBC aired a second two-hour all-star special.

Like the previous year's competition, ANW hosts Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbaja-Biamila chose their own all-star teams, this year composed of one veteran, one breakout star, and one woman.

Teams competed in a relay race to finish sections of stages one, two, and three of the regular season finals course, Mt. Next came the skills competition on a supersized course, where contestants tested their skills in competition on the feet tall Endless Invisible Ladder, the 4-story high Super Salmon Ladder, Supersonic Shelf Grab, Striding Steps, and the Mega Wall, now 20 feet high.

The all-star winners were Team Kristine , who won the team relay race competition, beating Team Matt and last year's champions Team Akbar.

On May 17, , NBC aired a third two-hour all-star special. Like the last two seasons' competition, ANW hosts Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbaja-Biamila, along with Kristine Leahy, chose their all-star teams composed of two male veterans and one female veteran.

For the first half of the special, the athletes competed individually, earning "skills medals". First was the "Skills Competition", which consisted of climbing the Super Salmon Ladder, 4 stories high and 35 rungs in the fastest time.

Sean Bryan was the winner with a time of The second skill medal was the Wicked Wingnuts obstacle. Drew Drechsel was the winner with a distance of 20 feet.

Third, upper body strength was tested on the Thunderbolt won by Jamie Rahn. Fourth, a speed and balance challenge on the Striding Steps was won by Jake Murray with a time of Finally, in a new obstacle, the Mega Spider Climb, eight women all-stars raced side-by-side 80 feet up to the top of the Stage 4 tower.

The second half showcased the team competition: Stage 1 featured a relay race through the obstacles course. The anchor runs through the Domino Pipes and the Flying Squirrel.

The remaining two teams compete on Stage 2 for the other spot in the finals. Team Kristine won Stage 1 and a bye to Stage 3. The all-star winners were Team Kristine who won the overall competition and the team relay race with a time of The fourth all-stars special aired on May 26, on NBC, prior to the eleventh season's premiere.

Just like the last three seasons' competition, ANW hosts Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbaja-Biamila, along with Kristine Leahy, chose their all-star teams consisting of two male veterans and one female veteran.

For the first half of the special showcased a team-based portion where the athletes competed on Stage 1 as a relay race.

The team with the fastest time advances directly to the finals on Stage 3. While the other two teams compete on Stage 2 to earn their spot in the final.

Team Akbar finished their race in Team Matt edged them out with a time of Team Kristine got eliminated from the competition and Team Akbar moved to Stage 3 on as they went farther faster and the course.

Team Akbar completed 6 obstacles with a time of However, it wasn't fast enough for Team Matt who also completed 6 obstacles with only a 7-second difference The all-star winners were Team Matt who for the first time ever, won the overall competition and the team relay race with a time of The fifth all-stars skills challenge special aired on August 31, on NBC, a week before the start of the twelfth season's premiere.

They chose their all-star teams consisting of two male veterans and one female veteran. Cavanaugh was the overall winner. Next was the Striding Steps balance obstacle.

Fan favorite from last season was the "Big Dipper Freestyle Challenge", where four ninjas chose their own trapeze dive into the water.

They were judged on two attempts on a scale of 1 to There was a "dive-off" and both performed a perfect score of 30, making them co-champions of the event.

The same format was used from last season where all three teams tackle the first stage as a relay race. Each competitor runs through a few obstacles then tags their teammate.

The team with the fastest time gets a free pass straight to the finals in the third stage. While the other teams have to battle head-to-head on the second stage where the winning team advances to the finals while the losing team goes home.

Team Matt finished the fastest with a time of They just edged out Team Zuri who finished the course in Despite being the fastest through the first two sets of obstacles, Team Akbar failed on the Diving Boards and could not post a time.

Team Zuri made it through all six obstacles in a time of However, that time wasn't fast enough for Team Akbar as they finished in a time of The team who cleared the most obstacles was Team Matt who cleared all 7 obstacles.

Team Akbar made it to 5 obstacles. The all-star winners were Team Matt who became back-to-back winners, winning the overall competition two years in a row.

The first special aired on May 25, Nine celebrities competed. The second special aired on May 24, , and is notable for being the only time one of the show's hosts Akbar Gbaja-Biamila has actually run the course in competition.

The show is also shown in Finland on Sub-TV. The show is in syndication markets throughout the US and airs on local broadcast channels.

On August 12, , the series began airing reruns on Nickelodeon. However, after airing just 10 episodes, the series was abruptly pulled from Nick's schedule after August 23, The teams compete head-to-head against each other, running the course simultaneously, thus creating a new live duel dynamic including crossing points, where the two competitors can affect the other's progress.

The two teams with the fastest times advance to the finale, where one team will be crowned the winner and receive a cash prize.

The series is Esquire Network's most-watched program in the channel's history. On May 31, , Esquire Network ordered a sixteen-episode second season that also included a five-episode special college edition that had college-aged competitors go head-to-head against rival schools.

On March 6, , it was announced that Team Ninja Warrior will be moving to sibling cable channel USA Network as Esquire Network winds down its linear channel operations and relaunches as an online only service.

The show's second season premiered proper on April Ahead of its third season, the show was also re-titled American Ninja Warrior: Ninja vs.

The series will feature kids ages 9—14 competing along a course of miniature ANW obstacles such as the Sky hooks. Similar to ANW , males and females will run along the same course, and similarly to Ninja vs.

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