Australian Ninja Warrior fans SLAMEN the show for its endless & # 39; sob stories & # 39; – say that producers must give priority to stars who & # 39; actually complete the course & # 39;
The Australian Ninja Warrior sees an eclectic group of competitors fighting it out while trying to win an obstacle course worthy of the warrior.
With the chance to win a $ 300,000 cash prize and the title of & # 39; Ninja Warrior Champion & # 39 ;, competitors are pushed to the limit.
But some viewers turned their backs on the Sunday evening show and said they were not satisfied with the amount of airtime on the & # 39; sob stories & # 39; of the athletes.
Unfortunate: fans turned their backs to the Australian Ninja Warrior on Sunday evening and said they were not satisfied with the amount of airtime given to the athletes' sobs. Pictured: the Australian national gymnast Jordan Papandrea, whose successful run was broadcast during an advertising break
The complaints of many fans were about how producers spent too much time on irrelevant background stories.
Several viewers expressed their frustration on Twitter and said that the athletic performance of the stars was overshadowed by long video packages.
& # 39; Why the big focus on Olivia Vivian? She gets a full interview while we miss three or run [runs] in an ad break, & tweet one person.
Tired of the & # 39; sob stories & # 39 ;: different viewers expressed their frustration on Twitter and said that the athletic performance of the stars was overshadowed by long video packages
What you missed during the advertising break! When editing decisions, the big last runs of some participants were removed from Sunday's broadcast, causing a backlash on social media
Another added: & # 39; I'm not going to say again @ Channel9 and #NinjaWarriorAU don't stop showing some pretty important people!
& # 39; Break the background story we know and show more of the participants or extend your show! We have not seen very important runs. & # 39;
In editing decisions, the big last runs of some participants were removed from Sunday's broadcast, causing a backlash on social media.
One of those unfortunate Ninjas was Australian national gymnast Jordan Papandrea, who successfully completed the course during an advertising break.
Jordan's run was skipped in favor of a video package dedicated to Nathan Ryles.
That is enough airtime measure! Producers chose to focus on background stories that were not relevant to the purpose of the show – after all, it is marketing by Channel Nine as a show that brings & # 39; participants through seemingly impossible tests of strength and endurance & # 39;
Nathan, who failed to complete the course, was favored by producers because he hoped to propose to his girlfriend after the course.
A viewer said it was unfair to show & # 39; the repetitive, boring sob stories & # 39; at the expense of athletes who have actually completed the course.
The Australian Ninja Warrior will take place on Channel Nine on Monday at 7:30 PM
Shook! Fans have the plot line of the & # 39; sob story & # 39; rejected and wanted to see more of the promotion!
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