Last night, The Voice finally made its long-awaited return to NBC! The singing competition series usually used to air two seasons per year, but the network announced it would move down to one starting in 2022. Honestly, I think this is a good move even though we’ve been eagerly waiting for the exciting show to be back!
Now it is, and the premiere episode was great! Returning judges Blake Shelton and John Legend took their seats once again. After leaving–and winning–following season 19, Gwen Stefani is back in the big red chair once again. The show has welcomed newcomer Camila Cabello this year, and she’s already snagged two talented contestants.
The premiere episode saw three on Team Legend and two on Team Stefani, but no spots have been claimed yet on Team Shelton. We’ll see if anyone will take that first spot when a new episode airs tonight (Sept. 20)! The competition between the coaches will heat up during the auditions as this season is bringing back the “block.” Each coach can prevent another one from adding an artist to their team once. That definitely ups some of the stakes!
The Blind Auditions kicked off last night. If you missed it, then you might be wondering where you can watch the singing competition going forward.
Can you watch The Voice on Hulu?
Though the series is a NBC show, you can actually watch the season on Hulu! If you miss it live on television, then new episodes air the next day on Peacock.
But if you purchase Hulu + Live TV, you can actually watch the episodes live! Installments are also available after they air on the streaming service. Hulu is currently running a special where you can purchase the subscription plan for $49.99/month for three months. It will then be $69.99/month after that. Just as a warning though, prices will go up beginning Dec. 8, 2022 to $74.99/month.
The Voice airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET on NBC. Episodes are also available to stream live on Hulu + Live TV.