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What To Expect From Episode 5 and 6 Of The Voice Season 22

By Chinelo Eze
28 September 2022   |   12:27 pm
The newest season of The Voice is quickly approaching, and it will feature a new judge as well as some adjustments to the established format. With the most recent adjustments, the show's plan is to operate as an event series every Fall rather than its customary Spring release. The show's overall premise is the same…

The Voice Season 22

The newest season of The Voice is quickly approaching, and it will feature a new judge as well as some adjustments to the established format. With the most recent adjustments, the show’s plan is to operate as an event series every Fall rather than its customary Spring release.

The show’s overall premise is the same as it has always been: Professional singers judge and guides competitors in hopes of taking home $100,000 in cash prizes and a record deal with Universal Music Group. However, this season, there will be three artists per knockout, significantly boosting the stakes, and the coaches will be required to train the contenders without the aid of a Mega Mentor.

What we know so far regarding the new judges, format changes, and the most recent episode is provided below.

The fifth episode of season 22 of The Voice will premiere on NBC on Monday, October 3, at 8 p.m. ET. The next day, October 4, at the same hour and on the same channel, The Voice season 22, episode 6 will air.

As a judge for this season, Camila Cabello will join John Legend, Blake Shelton, and Gwen Stefani. Jimmie Allen will support Blake Shelton in the fight, Sean Paul will support Gwen Stefani, Jazmine Sullivan will support John Legend, and Charlie Puth will support Camila Cabello.

Although the programme will mostly remain unchanged, NBC always adds new elements to keep the programme interesting, and The Voice season 22’s format modifications are no exception. Each knockout will feature three artists, as was already mentioned, but only one can be picked to advance. There won’t be a celebrity coach to assist the artists. Each coach will have the chance to rescue one of their own contestants and kidnap an eliminated participant from another team throughout the bouts.

The episodes will be broken up into various sections and will air over the course of the season’s 13 weeks on Mondays and Tuesdays.