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For this year’s Red Nose Day, which has already given us Indiana Kendrick, comedians Nick Offerman and Will Ferrell have come together to see which actor is better at appealing to crowds for charitable donations. Where are they doing it? On NBC’s The Voice, and there's a special guest involved.
Despite only hitting the schedule in 2011, NBC’s The Voice has already aired a whopping eight seasons on the network. On Tuesday night, the NBC reality competition series went head to head with ABC’s Dancing with the Stars in the ratings.
The network has begun to cobble together its schedule for the 2015-2016 TV season. This morning, NBC released a list of shows that are set to hit the schedule both next fall and later in the year. In addition, the network has announced its Fall 2015 TV schedule.
Regardless of how much one likes The Voice’s contestants each season, a bulk of the enjoyment comes from the group that’s sitting in the coaches’ chairs, and viewers can look forward to seeing former coaches Gwen Stefani, Usher and CeeLo Green return.
Singing competitions have taken up a sizeable chunk of the reality TV programming schedule for a while now, but the dust has started to settle. So what’s the best way to bring people back into the fold? Join the march and make everything weird and post-apocalyptic! That's how The Voice did it.
The Voice is switching up coaches for its eighth season. While the show has featured a rotating crew of four coaches, this spring’s series will be fairly close to the original lineup that launched The Voice just a few short years ago. Christina Aguilera will be returning to NBC’s singing competition series.
The Voice is probably the most watchable of all of the talent competition reality shows, as it generally is all about “the voice.” At least when it comes to the contestants. When it comes to the judges, however, it’s an entirely different ball game.
It’s hard to believe that NBC’s hit singing competition series The Voice is heading into its seventh season this fall. In some ways, the show still seems like a new novelty, but it’s actually been around the block a bit, and nowhere is this more apparent than in the show’s lineup changes.
The Voice may have found a replacement blonde. Reports this weekend indicate that since judge Christina Aguilera is out for Season 7, the search has been underway for her replacement. You should be feeling hella good about NBC’s new choice: Gwen Stefani will be a mentor on The Voice for its upcoming season.
Pharrell Williams has had a banner year. In the past twelve months, he contributed vocals to two huge charting hits, and wrote a popular song for the Despicable Me 2 soundtrack called “Happy” that earned the singwriter, songwriter and producer an Oscar nod. Despite all of the recent success, the man doesn’t seem to want to slow down an iota and on Monday NBC announced Williams is about to become the next judge and mentor on The Voice.
After six seasons on NBC’s megahit singing competition show, The Voice, original judge Cee Lo Green is packing up his sparkly tops and pettable cat for good. Announcing it on Ellen DeGeneres’ talk show, the Goodie Mob singer revealed that he would not be returning to the show as a judge after this forthcoming cycle.
More is not always better. Contrary to what those fine folks over at AT&T would have you believe, there is a limit to the amount we can handle of most things. Remember that chubby kid from Matilda? He learned there’s such a thing as too much cake after that heinous principal force fed pounds of it to him.
Thursday’s ratings are usually pretty interesting, considering that night offers some of the most-watched programs of the week, and is filled with some of the most interesting TV fodder. This Thursday, NBC aired a special episode of The Voice as part of a plan to extend the Battle Round of the hit show, and hopefully improve the network’s ratings. While NBC was up in the ratings last night, the same cannot be said for a few other network shows.
I decided this season that I wasn't going to drive myself crazy trying to watch The X-Factor and The Voice and try to keep up with my favorite scripted series at the same time. It's too hard to keep up with everything and frankly, I'm kind of burned out on singing competitions. So, it's back to just one singing competition a year for me. See you in January, American Idol.
While a handful of shows made their debuts last week, this week the major networks will begin to really roll out their fall programming. In addition to the return of some beloved series, tonight has a few new items on the menu, including a CBS comedy and two suspenseful looking dramas. Check out the trailers ahead!