Is ‘The Voice’ 2020 Canceled on NBC?
Update, April 21, 12:21 p.m. ET:
Now that the playoffs are over, The voice is preparing for the live show portion of the competition. Despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, NBC is moving forward with the singing series. But instead of having the coaches and competitors staying in a studio, everyone will judge and participate remotely.
“Obviously the live shows are coming here in a few weeks. Especially at L.A., we will not be ready to organize events again. ” Blake Shelton Told Jimmy Fallon April 13. “It’s going to be crazy. We’re going to have to train like this … it’s going to be crazy.”
Blake also added that he thought the closure had given producers enough time to figure out how the show could go on for the rest of the season.
“I think they have a plan and they will tell me when to be on the computer,” said Blake. “And I’ll listen (the candidates) I guess, I’ll play and give them some advice. I do not know.”
Live episodes from The voice are expected to begin on May 4.
Original, March 30, 7:45 p.m. ET:
When season 18 of The voice first, fans were thrilled to see coaches Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, John legend, and Nick Jonas go head to head. But in light of the coronavirus pandemic, viewers can’t help but wonder if The voice will be canceled.
Fortunately, Coach John shed light on the upcoming schedule in an interview with the Associated Press. The good news: The voice has pre-recorded episodes that will air until the end of April!
That being said, the singer of “All of Me” is not sure if the next part of the show will take place. After blind auditions and battles, live broadcasts give fans the opportunity to vote for their favorites in different ways. But right now, it’s still in the air.
“There were only three weeks of live shows planned and it was for May. So who knows what we are going to do? “He told the press organization.” I don’t know if we can do them without an audience. I haven’t spoken to the producers about the plans. “
He continued, “And I think everyone’s playing it by ear because we don’t know where the world will be in May. But if we can do these shows in May, it would be great. Without an audience, this would be understandable. But, you know, if we can withdraw it, it would be great. We’ll see if it’s doable. “
In conclusion, fans can happily enjoy new episodes for the next few weeks and cross their fingers to make the concerts happen!