American Ninja Warrior Season 15 September 11, 2023 Episode 14 Is The Finale. Season 16 Is Happening

American Ninja Warrior Season 15 September 11, 2023 Episode 14 Is The Finale. Season 16 Is Happening

Hey, “American Ninja Warrior” fans. We hope you guys totally enjoyed tonight’s episode 14 of American Ninja Warrior’s current season 15 tonight, especially since it was indeed the season finale episode. That’s right, guys. Tonight’s episode 14 wrapped up season 15. So, you will have to wait a pretty good while before you get to see another new episode.

However, there in lies some really good news because we can officially tell you, right now, that American Ninja Warrior has been renewed for a brand new season 16! That’s right, guys. Your favorite reality show is coming back with another series of brand new episodes at some point in the future.

According to the folks over at , NBC actually decided to renew American Ninja warrior for a brand new season 16 when they put in their order for season 15. So, they were definitely confident in what they have with the American Ninja Warrior show.

The renewal happened back in March of 2023, and both seasons 15 and 16 were filmed back-to-back. Deadline is telling us that the new season 16 will show up sometime in 2024.

During the season 15 and 16 order announcement, executive producer Arthur Smith made some interesting statements about the show stating, “The Ninja movement continues. We’re now at the point where the show has been on long enough that some of our younger athletes, Ninja has been around their whole life. This year, we have fathers and sons and mothers and daughters competing.

This is a unique competition that it is about the people and the stories, and it has a lot of unique characteristics. Where else you have athletes rooting for each other? Where else you have women and men competing on the same course? We have a community and there’s so many positive values.”

Arthur Smith also talked about some new obstacles that will be presented in the new season 16 stating, “New obstacles in season 16 include ‘Heavy Metal’, where competitors transfer a bar across a series of cradles, ‘Reel to Reel’, where competitors hold onto a wheel as it slides down a track, ‘Danger Waters’ featuring a series of free spinning beams, ‘Duck Duck Goose’, which sees competitors lache across a series of ledges that swing and shut, to reach the finish platform, and ‘Jaw Breakers’, where competitors lache a bar across a series of traps that are angled at different positions increasing in difficulty.”

Wow, judging from those descriptions, it sounds like you guys will have some pretty wild, new competitions to look forward to when season 16 finally hits the air.

According to the LIVE Nielsen ratings, American Ninja Warrior season 15 averaged 3.088 million LIVE viewers, and a 0.37 ratings score for the 18-49 year old demographics. The most recent episode 13, which aired last Monday night, September 4, 2023, managed to draw in 2.975 million LIVE viewers, and a 0.35 ratings score.

The most-viewed episode was episode 12 with 3.301 million LIVE viewers. The least-viewed episode was episode 5 with 2.846 million LIVE viewers. The highest-rated episode was episode 12 with a 0.44 ratings score. The lowest-rated episode was episode 5 with a 0.29 ratings score. Those LIVE numbers look pretty good, considering today’s ever-changing landscape where most of the shows are moving to streaming.

Alright, guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest, “American Ninja Warrior” TV show report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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