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‘The Voice’ season 21: Release date, coaches and everything we know about NBC’s singing competition

The Voice, NBC’s hit singing competition show, is back for its 21st season, and so is the live studio audience. For the first time since the start of the pandemic (which has consisted of two seasons of The Voice), a live audience was brought in for the production of the first episodes of season 21, much to the delight of the coaches. 

The Voice debuted on NBC in 2011, and since then has been one of the most popular and critically acclaimed reality competition shows (it has seven Primetime Emmys). The format has four well known musicians that will serve as coaches for hopeful singers. However, to determine who gets paired with what coaches, the singers perform “blind auditions,” where the coaches sit in chairs turned away so they can just listen to the singer and nothing else about them. If they like what they hear they hit the button to spin the chair around and then try to convince them to join their team.