The Voice Season Three Begins This Fall, Launching This September

The Voice coaches Blake Shelton (left), Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo, and Adam Levine (right).
Looks like NBC is scheduling the third season of the show The Voice early this year. The second season just concluded last week on Tuesday, May 8 as Blake Shelton's side-kick Jermaine Paul took the throne and was crowned The Voice. Now, the company is set to pull the airing of the third season earlier rather than continuing the annual Super Bowl time-of-the-year premiere. According to and other sources, the third season is set to air this fall, most likely later this September. The show will continue their annual Monday and Tuesday night theme, while Monday's shows are usually two hours long, ranging from 8-10pm, and Tuesday's shows are aired from 9-10pm.

The same four judges/coaches, but brand-spanking new contestants. Adam Levine, frontman of Grammy-Award winning group Maroon 5, singer-songwriter Cee Lo Green, pop diva and songstress Christina Aguilera, and country superstar Blake Shelton will take this red-chairs this fall throughout the winter time on NBC on the show's third season following a successful second season.

The second season of The Voice concluded last Tuesday, May 8 as the final four were brought down to the spot and also included live performances from country group Lady Antebellum and even a surprise debut live performance of Justin Bieber's single "Boyfriend", which is the lead single off his sophomore release Believe. As it was down to the final two, being Paul (Team Blake) and Juliet Simms (Team Blake), the winner was announced. Jermaine took the title of The Voice. Last year, in 2011, mister Adam Levine won it with his side-kick Javier Colon, as they won the debut season in the states.


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