'The Voice' Fans Need to Take Note of the Season 20 Scheduling Change

Kayla Keegan
·2 min read

From Good Housekeeping

We imagine if you've landed here, you're likely wondering why your TV Guide isn't showing The Voice airing on NBC tonight. If this is you, don't worry — just take note that at least for the next few weeks, season 20 of The Voice will only be airing on Monday nights.

We know it's confusing, especially since The Voice kicked off with blind auditions on Monday, March 1 and aired another new episode the next day. Plus, the following week, NBC aired new episodes on both Monday and Tuesday again.

So, why the sudden change now? Well, in the first two weeks of March there were no new episodes of This Is Us, NBC's hit drama which typically airs for an hour starting at 9 p.m. ET on Tuesday nights. Starting March 16, the show came back from its mini break and, according to show creator Dan Fogelman, will continue to air in its usual time slot on all but one Tuesday between March 16 and April 13. Meanwhile, NBC has decided to keep airing new sitcoms Young Rock and Kenan between 8 and 9 p.m. ET on Tuesdays, as well.

It may be a bummer for Voice fans hoping to catch the show on both Mondays and Tuesdays ... but, alas, the show must go on. Looking ahead, March 22 will be another round of blind auditions. The following Monday, the battle rounds are expected to begin and run for several weeks, per GoldDerby.com. From there, the winner of each battle will advance to the knockouts, which should run for about two to three episodes. Then come the live playoffs followed by the semifinals and grand finale in mid to late May.

If The Voice decides to switch back to a Monday and Tuesday night format later on in season 20, we'll be sure to update this post. But until we hear otherwise, expect to tune in only on Mondays from here on out. Remember: you can always catch up on Voice episodes the next day on Hulu if you can't watch them in real time. Otherwise, The Voice is also available via the NBC app, Peacock, Youtube TV, Sling TV, and FuboTV.

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