The Australian Ninja Warrior is back! Unbeatable reality show returns in March with a new course at Melbourne Showgrounds
No one conquered Mount Midoriyama last year from the Australian Ninja Warrior.
But things can change when the reality show returns for 2020 with a new course at Melbourne Showgrounds.
The exciting competition introduces new participants and also brings back different favorites of fans.
It’s back! The Australian Ninja Warrior returns to Melbourne in March with an intensive new course on the Showgrounds. Pictured: Ninja Warrior Betsy Burnett
Rebecca Maddern, Ben Fordham and Freddie Flintoff also return as commentators.
In 2019, hundreds of competitors tried to take the brutal course in Spotswood, in the interior of Melbourne.
The first two seasons were filmed on Cockatoo Island in Sydney.
Exciting: the competition series brings new and favorite fans of the fighters as they throw themselves at every obstacle. On the photo: 2019 Ninja Warrior Olivia Vivian
Returning: Hosts Rebecca Maddern (left), Ben Fordham (right) and Freddie Flintoff will comment as the ninjas try to tame the brutally difficult course
With the new location at Melbourne Showgrounds comes an increased jackpot prize of $ 400,000.
Nine’s head of content production and development Adrian Swift believes that while Australians have embraced the popular franchise for the past ten years, seeing the action is even more exciting.
“But nothing can be compared to the excitement of seeing these athletes live in the middle of the Ninja track,” Adrian said.
In 2019, hundreds of competitors tried to conquer the brutal course in Spotswood, Melbourne. Shown: 2019 Ninja Warrior Justin Flegler
He added, “We invite Melburnians to come down and see our huge new course at his brand new home on the Showgrounds.”
Tickets for the recording sessions are completely free, with Channel Nine offering three different ticketing types for different time periods.
Night Owl, Family Ninja and Ninja Superfan tickets are extremely limited. Filming starts on March 16.
Winner! Tickets for the 2020 recording sessions are completely free, with Channel Nine offering three different ticket types for different time periods. Pictured: champion Charlie Robbins 2019
Are you going to watch? Filming for the Australian Ninja Warrior starts on March 16