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Where to Watch The Voice Season 22 Episode 1? Changing the format of the NBC show brings twists and turns

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Camila Cabello joins season 22 of The Voice as a coach with three others to bring a new format to the show

NBC’s singing competition The Voice is about to enter its 22nd season. Usually in the spring, the platform releases a new season of the show. In 2022, however, the format of the show has changed. It’s focused on becoming an event series, releasing a new season every fall.

Similar to previous seasons, fans will witness coaches judging and coaching singers’ performances. These coaches support and outperform their team to win the competition. Who survives the elimination to the end, receives the prize money of 100,000 US dollars. The winner also gets a record deal with Universal Music Group. Read on to find out what’s coming for The Voice Season 22 Episode 1.

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How to Watch The Voice Season 22 Episode 1?

Season 22 of the show will star trainers Blake Shelton, John Legend, Gwen Stefani and Camila Cabello. Additionally, this season’s fight advisors are Jimmie Allen for Team Blake, Jazmine Sullivan for Team Legend, Sean Paul for Team Gwen, and Charlie Puth for Team Camila.

It has been confirmed that the new season of the show has changed the format. There are three artists per knockout. Because of this, the stakes and elimination odds will be higher this time. However, there will be no Mega Mentor for the knockouts. In fact, the trainers have to train the artists all by themselves.

The Official Synopsis for The Voice Season 22 Episode 1 reads: “The talent is exceptional and the competition fierce as global superstar Camila Cabello claims her red chair alongside returning coaches John Legend, Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani as they vying to discover and coach the next singing phenomenon.

Fans can stream the show’s premiere live on NBC. Season 22 of The Voice is scheduled to premiere on NBC Monday, September 19, 2022 at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT. Besides NBC, you can also tune in to Sling TV, Fubo TV, Hulu with Live TV, YouTube TV, and AT&T TV. The previous seasons of the show are also available via the NBC Universal and Peacock streaming service.

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