The Voice season 12 premieres Monday night on NBC, and here's how you can watch it online.
The Voice is back with the same lineup as season 12 with one exception - Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Alicia Keys are all back as coaches, but Gwen Stefani is replacing Miley Cyrus. Many will be surely tuning in to see how Shelton interacts with Stefani, considering the pair are in love and have been dating for over a year now.
Season 12 kicks off with a two-hour season premiere Monday starting at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC. Another episode will air Tuesday in the same timeslot. Both episodes will comprise of Blind Auditions, in which the coaches' big red chairs face the audience as prospective contestants aim to impress them. If a coach likes what they hear, they press their button and the chair turns around, allowing the coach to see the contestant.
Shelton is the defending champion, winning season 11 with Sundance Head. This was his fifth victory, following his wins in season 2 (Jermaine Paul), season 3 (Cassadee Pope), season 4 (Danielle Bradbery) and season 7 (Craig Wayne Boyd). Levine has won three seasons, including season 1 (Javier Colon), season 5 (Tessanne Chin) and season 9 (Jordan Smith). This is Keys' second season with The Voice, while it's Stefani's third season, and neither has won the show yet.
If you aren't able to watch The Voice on television but still want to watch the premiere live, it will be available to live stream in select markets (Dallas-Fort Worth, Hartford, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, San Diego, Washington D.C. and Philadelphia) at NBC.com/Live. For cord-cutters, NBC is also on the SlingTV streaming service in select markets.
To live tweet and follow along with others watching the season 12 premiere of The Voice, use hashtag #TheVoice on Twitter.