TV Guide: Ninja Warrior 2022 on Nine and 9Now

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• Season six premieres Monday, June 27, at 7.30pm on Channel Nine and 9Now

Australian Ninja Warrior 2022 is back with the toughest course yet returning Monday, June 27, at 7.30pm on Channel Nine and 9Now.

The new course is set to be the toughest ever constructed and will no doubt challenge even the fittest ninja to the test.

Season six will welcome an all new presenting line-up. Four-time grand slam champion tennis legend – Ninja obsessed Jim Courier will saddle up alongside Nine’s Leila McKinnon on hosting duties.

While national radio superstars from KIIS FM, Will and Woody, will inject their unique brand of humour as they make their debut as sideline commentators on a show they’ve always loved.

See More: Ninja Warrior: Everything you need to know about the hosts and commentators

This year for the very first time, athletes aged 16 and 17 have been allowed to enter the competition as the show welcomes the Attack of the Teens.

2022 also sees the introduction of a raft of demanding new obstacles, including the terrifying Power Pool which replaces the Power Tower. Competing on the Power Pool course, the four “furthest fastest” Ninjas each night of the heats will go head-to-head on obstacles high above the water with a five-metre drop – the largest drop in Australian Ninja Warrior history. The winner of the Power Pool course that night earns the right to choose who he or she will be competing against in the semi-final.

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The competitor who goes furthest on the Grand Final course in the fastest time will be declared the Season six winner and take home $100,000. However, conquering Mt Midoriyama in the fastest time will earn the winner an additional $100,000, for total prize money of $200,000 and the official title of Australia’s Ninja Warrior.

Plus this series will see ten Australian celebrities tackle the world’s toughest obstacle course for charity. Sports stars, actors and TV presenters will battle it out on the brutal Ninja circuit to win bragging rights and $10,000 for their chosen charity.

Australian Ninja Warrior is produced on behalf of the Nine Network by Endemol Shine Australia, a Banijay Company based on Sasuke from Tokyo Broadcasting System Television, Inc.

Australian Ninja Warrior premieres Monday, June 27, at 7.30pm on Channel Nine and 9Now

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