NBC has announced the premiere date for the fourth season of “The Voice” – and the midseason return of sci-fi hit drama, “Revolution.”
“The Voice,” which will find Shakira and Usher mentoring alongside coaches Adam Levine and Blake Shelton, kicks off its two-night season premiere on March 25 at 8 PM ET, and March 26 at 8 PM ET.
After wrapping up its first run of episodes later this fall, “Revolution,” the drama starring Billy Burke and Tracy Spiridakos, will come back to NBC after “The Voice,” on March 25 at 10 PM ET.
For fans who have been waiting for word about the return of the Debra Messing, Megan Hilty and Katharine McPhee starring musical drama “Smash” – that show returns (with Jennifer Hudson as a guest star) on February 5, for a two-hour season premiere, kicking off at 9 PM. “Smash” will then air in its normal time slot on Tuesday, February 12 at 10 PM.
Bill Pullman returns to a role he’s played a few times in his career — the President — in “1600 Penn,” a comedy also starring Jenna Elfman, premiering January 10 at 9:30 ET.
Here are some other premiere dates to look out for:
“The Biggest Loser” returns January 6 at 9 PM ET.
New drama “Deception” (starring Meagan Good, Tate Donovan and Victor Garber) premieres January 7 at 10 PM ET.
Senior citizen sketch comedy show “Betty White’s Off Their Rockers” returns on January 8 at 8 PM ET.
“Community” heads back to NBC on February 7 at 8 PM ET.
“The Celebrity Apprentice” “All-Star” edition kicks off March 3 at 9 PM ET.
The Eva Longoria-produced “Ready for Love” premieres March 31 at 8 PM ET.
-- Jolie Lash
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