There's no question that the recent pandemic has forced individuals, especially in the entertainment industry, to re-imagine ways of getting shows finished. However, two reality shows in particular did exactly that - and their new episodes are back on the television screen.


'Live Rescue' On A&E 🚨

Live Rescue is more prominent than ever this year with it being revolved around first responders. Viewers will get to see a behind-the-scenes look on the work the heroic work being done every day. Host Matt Iseman gave us an inside look on the upcoming episodes:

"For us in production, it was much more difficult than it was for the first responders. The reality is... this pandemic when so many of us couldn't work or hard to work from home or re-imagine how we would work, first responders didn't have that luxury - they didn't take a day off. We get to show and put a face to these first responders who are out there day in and day out helping complete strangers in their times of need."

You can watch Live Rescue Friday nights on A&E.

'American Ninja Warrior' On NBC 💦

American Ninja Warrior is also back on Wednesdays on NBC. Iseman marked ten years hosting the show this year and explained how fortunate they are to have a season this year:

"It's amazing to have a show that's still going on and that we've figured out at Ninja Warrior a way to shoot. We had to go to St. Louis in July and we shot a pandemic season that's unlike any season we've ever done. But, we did it. I'm just fortunate to be doing something that I love."

Catch the season finale of American Ninja Warrior this Wednesday!

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