‘The Voice’: How, When to Watch the Season 21 Premiere

by Madison Miller

After a few months of eagerly waiting for those big, red swiveling chairs, hilarious banter, and outstanding performers, “The Voice” is finally back.

Today, September 20, “The Voice” is premiering on NBC. For those new to the program or just looking to make sure you don’t miss it, here’s all the information on how to watch tonight.

Where and When to Watch ‘The Voice’

Season 21 of “The Voice” will premiere at 8 p.m. ET on NBC. It will air with Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, and the brand new addition to the team, Ariana Grande.

As always, the show will start out with what is considered the most popular part of the program, Blind Auditions. The first episode is a two-part premiere.

You can watch the full episode live on NBC or on NBC.com/live or even on the NBC apps available. However, you will need a cable provider login to do so. The NBC app is available to download on Amazon Fire, Apple and Android devices, Xbox, Apple TV, Roku, and several other products.

You can also watch on fuboTV. If you’re looking to just catch snippets of the show, stay connected on social media. “The Voice” posts full performances on YouTube and other social media platforms.

“The Voice” is going to be battling for attention on TV tonight. Also premiering new seasons tonight at the same time is “9-1-1,” “Dancing With the Stars,” “The Neighborhood,” and “Bob Hearts Abishola.”

Later in the night is a big day for anyone invested in the long history of the “NCIS” universe. “NCIS” will air at 9 p.m. on CBS and will be followed by the series premiere of “NCIS: Hawai’i” at 10 p.m. ET. The series premiere of “Ordinary Joe” and “The Big Leap” is also happening tonight.

‘The Voice’ Premiere Excitement

“The Voice” is bringing in an all-new wave of excitement heading into the new season thanks to pop star coach, Ariana Grande.

Entertainment Tonight landed an exclusive first look at the first blind audition of season 21. Registered nurse Vaughn Mugol will take the stage and perform the popular Ed Sheeran song, “The A Team,” but with a soulful twist.

In the process, he gets a three-chair turn from Grande, Clarkson, and Legend.

Ariana Grande makes a pretty great case for Mugol to head to her team. “I know that I’m new here, and you guys don’t know me as a coach yet. But I want to guide you in this competition. I want to help you sing the right songs. I wanna answer any questions that you have…and help you get to where you wanna go as an artist,” she said.

Tune in to “The Voice” tonight to find out if Ariana Grande’s pleas toward the talented performer are enough to secure the first person to Team Ariana.