‘The Voice’ Launches Live Shows With Three-Night Event

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Blake and Christina both face tough decisions in the battles.
NBC renews The Voice for two more seasons
NBC’s The Voice is going big for election week as it kicks off the live show portion of the singing competition show.

Starting Monday, Nov. 5, NBC is giving viewers the power to vote for which contestants will make it into the top 12 as they broadcast a three-night event on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday.

The Voice has been a ratings juggernaut for the network as the no. 1 unscripted show on-air in both total viewers and the ad-coveted demographic of 18 to 49-year-olds. It has also been averaging 13.9 million viewers overall.

This week, the singing competition will be entering the final battle rounds as singing hopefuls go head-to-head in an effort to continue to the new “Knockout” rounds.

The “Knockout” rounds — which will be broadcast in two back-to-back two-hour episodes on Oct. 29 and Oct. 30 — will feature the remaining artists once again paired against each other. Only this time, the artist will only find out who they are being compared against moments before performing.

Artists will be allowed to choose their own song and their coach — Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera, Blake Shelton and Cee Lo Green — will then choose who continues on to the live shows.

The battle rounds of The Voice continue Monday and Tuesday night at 8 PM.

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