I Can See Your Voice premiered on FOX last year, and the channel has already announced a second season. The show is hosted by Ken Jeong and is based on The Masked Singer. I Can See Your Voice is a $100,000 competition in which competitors compete to distinguish between good and bad singers without hearing their voices.
According to the show’s synopsis, they will be given concealed clues, lip sync challenges, and true-false proof to determine the voice. A panel of pop culture experts, comedians, actors, and a musical superstar will also provide help to participants.
When will the second season of ‘I Can See Your Voice’ premiere?
The musical game show is premiering on FOX, January 5 at 8 p.m. Eastern Time (ET). After the debut, the newest episodes of I Can See Your Voice Season 2 will be accessible on the network’s website. Streaming options such as Fubo TV, YouTube TV, Sling, Philo, and DirecTV Stream are available to those who do not have access to the channel. Who are the celebrity judges on the panel? Ken Jeong, an actor, comedian, and producer, hosts I Can See Your Voice.
Cheryl Hines, an actress, and Adrienne Bailon, a popular TV host, are regulars on the judging panel. The Grammy-nominated singer Jewel, who recently won The Masked Singer as the “Queen of Hearts,” is the musical superstar of the second season. Actor-singer Cheyenne Jackson and rapper Bow Wow are among the celebrity guest detectives/judges.
What’s new in Season 2 of ‘I Can See Your Voice’?
I Can See Your Voice’s format is nearly identical to that of the first season. The Lip Sync Challenge has been renamed the Lip Sync Showdown, among other minor changes. During this round, participants will have the option of using a “Golden Mic” to receive more clues from an off-stage mystery guest. The fourth round has undergone significant changes.
The last three singers’ studio recordings will no longer be offered to the participants. Instead, they’ll go to the “Super Fan” round, in which a video created by an adoring fan of one of the singers will be played as a clue to the contestant. Only time will tell whether the format adjustments would make the competition more difficult for competitors.