Fun Facts This Season On Australian Ninja Warrior
Whether you’ve been a fan of the franchise or just new to the game, you might want to know these interesting facts about this season.
- There are no dress rehearsals for the obstacles. The first time the ninjas try the course is when they step up to the platform. However, they are given proper briefing, demonstration, and even tips beforehand.
- This season’s course is about 25% bigger than that of season one.
- The course is completely changed and made unique to Australia. Mt. Midoriyama is now at the core of the course with the obstacles forming a ring around it.
- There are four new obstacles this year, which definitely makes it tougher for both returning and new ninjas.
- Season 2 of Australian Ninja Warrior is made up of 28% female competitors.
- There are now three distinct stages before climbing Mt. Midoriyama compared to last season’s two.
- Around one-third of this year’s ninjas are consisted of returning competitors from season 1. This includes fan favourites such as Andrea Hah, Lee and Ben Cossey, Luke Williams, Celeste “Aerial Ninja” Dixon, Tom O’Halloran, Brodie and Dylan Dawson, Olivia Vivian, and even the very memorable Jack Wilson, a.k.a. The “Deadly Ninja” just to name a few.
How to Watch Australian Ninja Warrior Season 2
You can watch the latest episodes from Australian Ninja Warrior live and legally free-to-air on Nine as it airs every Sunday.
You can also stream Australian Ninja Warrior on demand using 9Now, channel 9’s video on demand service that’s compatible with iOS and Android devices. 9Now is also available PC or Mac using Google Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Microsoft Edge. You can also watch shows on demand on your TV: Samsung TV, both Telstra TV and Apple TV, Chromecast, Fetch TV, LG Smart TV, Sony Smart TV, and using your PlayStation 4 console.
All episodes of Australian Ninja Warrior will air on Sundays every week at 7:00pm AEST on Nine beginning this Sunday, July 8. If you can’t watch it on its airing dates, you can catch up by streaming with your devices via the 9Now app.