Viewers are invited to discover the 7th season of the flagship program “Ninja Warrior” from 9:10 p.m. this Saturday January 7 on TF1.
This new season of Ninja Warrior promises to be full of surprises and tougher challenges than ever.
After being filmed in April 2022 in the Old Port of Cannes, this season 7 will offer candidates formidable obstacles, new bonuses and penalties as well as a major surprise: the “Memory Tower”!
Denis Brogniart, Christophe Beaugrand and Iris Mittenaere will still be at the helm for this new season.
Ninja Warrior Season 7 Video Preview
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Video presentation of the new season of Ninja Warrior and the candidates by Denis Brognard
🔥 D-DAY 🔥
It’s the great return of #NinjaWarrior !
💪 Heroes of the heart who shine on a daily basis, tonight’s candidates are over-motivated and won’t let go!
— Ninja Warrior (@NinjaWarriorTF1) January 7, 2023
The Memory Tower and the Raised Wall
In particular, participants will be able to try to take up the challenge of the Memory Tower, an unprecedented steel structure that has trapped holds and where memory and speed will be required.
The bravest can also try to climb the Wall, which this year will be raised by 25 centimeters to reach 4.50 meters.
And for the finalists, it’s the grueling 23-meter rope climb of the Heroes’ Tower that awaits them to win the competition.
NEVER seen in #NinjaWarrior 😱
🔥 For the 1st time, a trapped obstacle: the formidable “Memory Tower”!
The course promises to be hard physically…and mentally!
➡️ See you this Saturday at 9:10 p.m. on @TF1 and @MYTF1 with @IrisMittenaereO, @Tof_Beaugrand and @DenisBrogniart ! pic.twitter.com/T7bWMhDn0Z
— Ninja Warrior (@NinjaWarriorTF1) January 5, 2023
Jean Tezenas du Montcel and Clément Gravier back
The faithful of the program will also be able to find Jean Tezenas du Montcel, the first winner of the show, as well as Clément Gravier, the 21-year-old reigning champion.
The latter told us of their desire to find the course of the heroes and to have fun on the course.
All participants will also strive to beat the record set in 2022 by Clément Gravier: 25 seconds and 16 hundredths.
A good family evening on TF1 this Saturday!