A new season of The Voice has been officially announced, and it has the fans excited.
According to the NBCUniversal Cable Network, the upcoming season will begin airing in March 2018 and will be followed by three new episodes each week beginning in January 2019.
This season will consist of 12 episodes with three new songs and an all-new musical.
The show will also have the “Voice of America” and “Voice at the White House” music videos and special features.
The full synopsis for season six is below:The season will feature a mix of new songs, new musical numbers, and new music videos, all of which will be available on-demand to fans on The Voice at the Capitol Theatre.
The new songs in the season include “Waltz for the People,” “My Favorite Things,” “I’ll Keep You in My Heart,” and “The People’s Choice.”
The musical numbers are “Bodies,” “Hallelujah,” “Lovesick,” “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,” “Dancing With the Stars,” and the new “Voice.”
The new music video for “The Voice at The White House.”
The voice will return to the Capitol Theater to play new songs for the first time since his “voice career.”
The new songs will feature an all new vocal line including two new songwriters, as well as a new choreographer and choreographer team, a new songwriter and a new music director, a songwriter in a different role, and an “old-fashioned” songwriter.
The new song “The New York Times” will also feature a new line from “Voice” creator John Legend.
In addition, the “New York Times'” iconic song “I Feel Good” will be performed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah.
In terms of music videos this season, the new music “The White House Christmas Special” will feature the song “We Can Make a Difference.”
The song was originally performed on “The Simpsons” and has since been performed on several shows.
The song “Love and Marriage” will once again feature a “Halsey” and a “Wings” chorus.
“A lot of it is about people and that’s really what this season is about,” the cast of “The Big Bang Theory” recently told Entertainment Weekly.
“I want to be a part of a show where people have their own voices and we all have our own stories and all the way through to, ‘Who am I?’
There’s a lot of stuff.
And I’m just excited to be here.
I think the season is really a journey and I want to see it all through.”
In addition to “Voice,” the new season will also include new songs from the “Celebrity Apprentice” season of “American Idol,” “Bachelor in Paradise,” and a variety of music video and special projects, including the upcoming “New Girl” and the “Wipe Out” musical, as noted by EW.
The series also plans to introduce new music for “Livestreaming” and other digital platforms, with the first of these to premiere on October 17.
For more on the next season, check out EW’s full season premiere schedule below:Tuesday, March 3, 20187:30 PM ET: “The Most Wonderful Time of Your Life” by Justin Bieber (The Voice)9:30 pm ET: The Voice (featuring Adam Levine)10:00 pm ET – 10:30 p.m.
ET: Adam Levine (The New Girl)10 p.M.
ET – 11:30 a.m.: Alyssa Milano (Celebrities in Cars Getting Coffee)11 a.M.-2:30 P.M.: “I’m So Excited” by The Weeknd (Liv)2:45 p.P.
M: “Poker Face” by Drake (A$AP Rocky)3:15 p.p.
M-4:30: “Criminal” by Chance the Rapper (Lil B)4:45 a.
P: “Holla” by Maren Morris (Evanescence)5:15 a.
T: “You Are My Sunshine” by Lady Gaga (MTV)5 p.
T-1: “I Want It All” by Beyoncé (Lana Del Rey)1:45 P.P.: “Pillowtalk” by Adele (A+E Music Video Awards)2 p.R.I.P.” by Lil Wayne (A-Side)2 pm ET-5 p:15 pm ET:- “All The Way” by Kanye West (The Life of Pablo)3 p.D.R.” by Chance The Rapper 4 p.E.R.: “We Got This” by Eminem (Tupac Shakur)5 pm ET, 7 pm ET,- “My Love” by T.
I (The Weeknd)6 pm ET/8 pm ET