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- The Voice is all set to return for its 21st season this September
- The news was revealed this week on social media
- Arian Grande will take over the place of Nick Jonas
The hit singing reality show The Voice is all set to return for its 21st season this September. The news was revealed this week on social media. With Nick Jonas exiting the show, the judging panel will see change. The NBC show has earlier announced that Arian Grande will take over the place of Jonas.
The Voice - Release Date
On July 15, 2021, NBC made an official announcement that The Voice Season 21 will officially premiere on September 20, 2021. The previous season, which ended on May 25, 2021, experienced a schedule change where the long-running singing competition aired only one night a week rather than The Voice‘s traditional two-night spot. For season 21, however, it looks like The Voice will return to the two-night format.
The Voice - Streaming
The show will air on Monday nights from 8 to 10 p.m. ET, followed by Tuesday nights at 8 p.m ET on NBC. New episodes will be available the day after they air on TV if you have Peacock Premium ($5/month) or Peacock Premium Plus ($10/month). Select episodes are available for free as well.
The Voice - Judges
The Voice Season 21 will feature one brand new coach: Ariana Grande. The pop singer joins longtime coaches Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, and John Legend. Grande has replaced newcomer coach Nick Jonas, who participated in the competition for two seasons. Carson Daly is set to return as the host.
Blake Shelton is the longest-standing coach on The Voice. Shelton and Carson Daly are the only two cast members who have remained on the show from its inception. John Legend has been part of The Voice since Season 16.
“Surprise !!! I am beyond thrilled, honored, excited to be joining @kellyclarkson @johnlegend @blakeshelton next season ~ season 21 of @nbcthevoice! 🤍 @nickjonas we will miss you,” tweeted Grande.
The Voice has traditionally aired two seasons per year; one in the fall and one in the spring. However, NBC revealed that season 21 would be The Voice‘s only season for this cycle. Future seasons will follow the same format. NBCUniversal Television and Streaming Chairman Frances Berwick told Deadline that the change comes as a way to “eventize” The Voice.
“Going into the 21st cycle in the fall, The Voice remains one of the most popular shows on television, and we want to keep it that way. We want to eventize this iconic series,” Berwick said.