The four-time Emmy Award-winning musical competition series “The Voice” returns with the strongest vocalists from across the country invited to compete in the show’s newest season, airing September 25 on NBC (8pm PT/ET). The show’s innovative format features five stages of competition: Blind Auditions, Battle Rounds, Knockouts, Playoffs and Live Performance Shows.
Read on for everything to know about “The Voice” Season 24, including the coaches, premiere date and more. Bookmark this page for future updates throughout the season.
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“The Voice” coaches
Last May, NBC announced that new coach Reba McEntire would fill Blake Shelton‘s empty red chair on Season 24. She’ll take on last season’s returning champ, Niall Horan, and veteran coaches Gwen Stefani and John Legend. Watch a video trailer below to see Reba getting to know the competition.
“The Voice” premiere date
Season 24 will premiere Monday, September 25 at 8 p.m. PT/ET on NBC. It will air Mondays and Tuesdays throughout the Fall season.
Season 24 Mega Mentor
Country superstar Wynonna Judd has been announced as the mega mentor for the Season 24 knockouts, which begin Monday, November 6.
“The Voice” host
It simply wouldn’t be “The Voice” without Carson Daly serving as ringleader, and so of course the former MTV VJ is back for Season 24.
“The Voice” finale date
The Season 24 two-night live finale will take place on December 11 and December 12, 2023.
“The Voice” competition
If the first 23 cycles of “The Voice” have taught us anything, it’s that the coaches want to win just as much as their artists. Blake Shelton has claimed the most championships so far with nine: Jermaine Paul (Season 2), Cassadee Pope (Season 3), Danielle Bradbery (Season 4), Craig Wayne Boyd (Season 7), Sundance Head (Season 11), Chloe Kohanski (Season 13), Todd Tilghman (Season 18), Cam Anthony (Season 20) and Bryce Leatherwood (Season 22). With Blake out of the way, all but the new rookie coach, Reba, are on an even playing field with one victory each: John won Season 16 with Maelyn Jarmon, Gwen took the crown in Season 19 with Carter Rubin and Niall just won in his rookie season last Spring with Gina Miles. Click their names to see our interviews with each winning singer!
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