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NBC’s “American Ninja Warrior” was nominated for three Emmy’s this year including best reality competition program, outstanding directing for a reality program and outstanding picture editing for a structured or competition reality program.“At Universal Kids, we see kids as they see themselves and want to share their stories,” said Deirdre Brennan, general manager of Universal Kids.The results are fact checked and confirmed by a team of editors and industry insiders.We work diligently to ensure that our numbers are the most accurate celebrity net worth data you will find anywhere on the internet.It’s thrilling to watch but has incredible heart- Matt, Akbar and Laurie capture this feeling so well. have built ‘American Ninja Warrior Junior’ to be something truly special for audiences, from the course design to casting. Productions founders Arthur Smith and Kent Weed along with Matt Cahoon.
The series features real kids taking on the iconic course.
“‘American Ninja Warrior Junior’ celebrates a kid-centric movement that everyone can be a part of and enjoy together. “Over the last number of years, we have received an outpouring of letters and videos asking when is there going to be a Ninja show for kids? People are going to be amazed at how talented and dedicated these young ninjas are,” said Smith.
Kids are already deeply connected to the primetime ‘American Ninja Warrior’ on NBC – young people across the US have been caught up in the spirit of this incredible show and they’ve been asking for the opportunity to get more involved. ‘American Ninja Warrior Junior’ is fun and inclusive. “To see the looks of determination and delight on their faces, some of whom have been training for half their lives, just captures the magic of the American Ninja Warrior franchise.
The following Q&A is edited from a pair of phone conversations over the last few weeks with Iseman from Los Angeles. A: I was born in New Jersey but left when I was about a year old, living on Happy Canyon Road just off Quincy Avenue for a year, then moved into a house in Cherry Hills — where my parents still live. I will always consider myself a comedian, and what’s been great with “The Apprentice” and “Ninja Warrior” is that I’m really starting to get back into the clubs. A lot of comics consider it to be one of the best clubs in the country.
They’ve been there over 40 years and my room is still there, unchanged, since June of 1989 when I graduated from Cherry Creek High. A: The proud thing I point out is that I still have the (Arnold) Schwarzenegger “Predator” poster on my wall from 1986 and I got to show him a picture of it (on “New Celebrity Apprentice”). A: Comedy Works is the greatest stage in the country, thanks to (owner) Wende Curtis.