The Voice 2013: Season 4 Schedule and Finale Date Announced

With The Biggest Loser 2013 wrapping up last night on NBC, that means it is time for The Voice 2013 Season 4 to take center stage and hopefully bring some life back into the ratings over at NBC and we have some The Voice Season 4 spoilers and the schedule has been announced for Season 4, so keep reading to find out when you can tune in for The Voice 2013! Which are you excited about more: the new coaches on The Voice Season 4 or the new singers?

The Voice - Season 4

We all know that the Season 4 premiere kicks off on March 25 (next Monday) on NBC. NBC plans to air two-hour episodes on Mondays and then one hour episodes on Tuesdays, both nights starting at 8pm. That will change though on April 30 (Night 2 of Knockout Rounds) and May 7 (Night 2 of Live Playoffs), when the Tuesday night episodes will be super-sized to two hours. Then on May 8 (Wednesday night), The Voice Season 4 will go head-to-head with American Idol 2013, as NBC will air on a special night to reveal the Top 12 singers. On that same night, the Top 3 on American Idol 2013 will perform, so it will be interesting to see who wins out in that ratings war.

There is something interesting in that formula though: during Season 3, the Blind Auditions and Battle Rounds were shown over seven weeks. With that schedule, there are only five weeks available for the Blind Auditions and Battle Rounds, so a shorter season for The Voice 2013?

The live shows start on May 13 and The Voice Season 4 winner will be crowned during the season finale on June 18 at 9pm. Either way you look at it, The Voice is back and I am happy and keep your Mondays and Tuesdays open!

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