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American Ninja Warrior continues its love affair with Texas

The show has filmed in the state 4 times and is returning this year.

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American Ninja Warrior will return to Texas for season 10! The show has a long history with the state, which also happens to be a Ninja-stronghold, home to many competitors.

In 2018, the course will set up camp in Dallas for the third time. The show first came to the town way back in 2012 for season four. Then, in season six, the city gave us some iconic runs.

Dallas was where Kacy Catanzaro became the first female Ninja to make it up the Warped Wall.

Then, she went on to become the first woman to complete a City Finals course.

We saw a lot of familiar faces in Dallas that still compete on the show.

Brent Steffensen

Tremayne Dortch

Sam Sann

American Ninja Warrior visited Houston in 2015, where we were introduced to Daniel Gil.

Then, in season nine, the show stopped in San Antonio, where Barclay Stockett grabbed our attention.

Texas as a whole has been a wealth of Ninja talent. Dallas is no exception to that. When the show returns in 2018, we’re expecting big things!