American Ninja Warrior Season 13 Episode 7: What to Expect?

The sixth episode of ‘American Ninja Warrior’ season 13 featured the first round of Semifinals in Los Angeles, California, as the ninjas geared up for a course replete with new and tougher challenges like the Inverter, Tuning Forks, and Wall-to-Wall. For a detailed account on the list of ninjas who qualified for the Finals, you can check out the recap at the end. Here’s everything you need to know about ‘American Ninja Warrior’ season 13 episode 7!

American Ninja Warrior Season 13 Episode 7 Release Date

‘American Ninja Warrior’ season 13 episode 7 will release on August 9, 2021, at 8 pm ET on NBC. The current season has 16 episodes in total, and every episode has a runtime of 36-128 minutes. 

Where to Watch American Ninja Warrior Season 13 Episode 7 Online?

To watch ‘American Ninja Warrior’ season 13 episode 7 live on TV, tune in to NBC at the above-mentioned date and time. If you skip the television premiere, you can stream it later on NBC’s official website or the NBC app. Others can resort to live-TV websites like Sling TVYouTube TVDirecTVPhilo TV, and Fubo TV. In addition, Hulu users can easily watch all the episodes of the show here! Apart from that, you can also rent/buy the episodes on VOD services like Amazon PrimeiTunes, and Apple TV.

American Ninja Warrior Season 13 Episode 7 Spoilers

The next episode will cover the second round of Semifinals taking place in Los Angeles, California. The ninjas will compete on an obstacle course, much more challenging than the usual drill. The top two performers will enter the Power Tower, where they will try to win the safety pass that will be advantageous in the Final round in Vegas.

American Ninja Warrior Season 13 Episode 6 Recap

Episode 6 of ‘American Ninja Warrior’ season 13 opened with an introduction to the Semifinals’ obstacle, way longer and tougher than what we have seen in the Qualifiers. 16-year-old Christian Youst was the first ninja to enter the course. He sped through the first half and scrambled up the Warped Wall at the end. The second ninja, Nicholas, lost his balance at the Inverter, and the next one, Isaiah Wakeham, met a similar fate. His teenage sister Isabella Wakeham was among the semi-finalists too, and she fell on the same obstacle as her brother.

The first person who made it to the ninth obstacle was Tiana Webberly, otherwise known as “Sweet T.” She lost her grip on Turning Forks, but her performance might earn her a spot in the top three women to enter the Finals. The next ninja Max Feinberg crossed the ninth obstacle and became the first one to hit the buzzer setting a record as the youngest ninja to ever do so during the Semifinals.

Zhanique Lovett, on the other hand, collapsed before she could reach the Warped Wall. Following that, Lance Pekus walked into the set with full vigor but unfortunately fell on the Inverter. The second finisher turned out to be Brian Burkhardt, who fell on one of the obstacles and injured his nose. But he quickly regained his momentum and climbed up the ladder, surprisingly becoming the fastest finisher.

Then came Elijah Browning, who held the second-fastest time during Qualifiers, but sadly, his journey ended at the Inverter. Deren Perez fell on Tuning Forks but was fast enough to make it to Vegas, and the next guy Jody Avila bagged the fifteenth place. The last contestant was Daniel Gil, who ended the night with the fastest time. He then tackled Brian Burkhardt in the Power Tower, where the latter outperformed him and won the safety pass.

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