‘I Can See Your Voice’ Returns for Season 2 — When to Watch
I Can See Your Voice is returning for a second season on FOX, with host Ken Jeong returning. The show challenges contestants to guess whether a person is a good or bad singer, without ever hearing them sing. Fans can expect a holiday-themed episode before the new season officially begins.
‘I Can See Your Voice’ Returns for Season 2
I Can See Your Voice will air a new holiday special on Tuesday, December 14, at 8 p.m. ET on FOX. Fans will then have to wait until Wednesday, January 5 to see the official season premiere, also at 8 p.m. ET.
The show is based on a South Korean format. It premiered last year, and also features Cheryl Hines and Adrienne Bailon-Houghton as panelists. Contestants have a chance to win as much as $100,000 for their guesses, which are based on clues and lip sync performances.
The show also features celebrity guest panelists, including a musical superstar who duets with the last remaining singer to reveal if they’re good or not. Superstars from last season included Alter Ego judge Nick Lachey, American Idol winner Jordin Sparks, and The Masked Singer judge Nicole Scherzinger.
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New Season Introduces the Golden Mic
Season 2 of I Can See Your Voice is also introducing something new called the “Golden Mic.” Contestants have one chance to use it and receive advice from a mystery celebrity.
Jeong posted a new promo image to announce the show’s season premiere date on social media. The image shows Jeong emerging from a cartoon mouth and pointing at something. “SPOILER ALERT: The phony is me,” the comedian wrote to accompany the post.
The show will be taking over The Masked Singer‘s weekly time slot after the show (also judged by Jeong) finishes its sixth season later this year. So if you love a little mystery in your talent shows, you’ll have the perfect replacement to enjoy.