'The Voice' Sets Season 3 Finale Date
'The Voice' Sets Season 3 Finale Date
John Kubicek
John Kubicek
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
One week before Christmas, The Voice will be delivering a present to its viewers: a new winner. The show's season 3 finale will air Tuesday, December 18 at 9pm with a two-hour results show.

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The final performance show will air Monday, December 17 from 8pm-9:30pm, and it will be followed by a special sneak peek of NBC's new White House family comedy 1600 Penn starring Bill Pullman. 1600 Penn premieres in its regular time slot, Thursdays at 9:30pm, starting January 10.

Assuming The Voice sticks to eliminating two singers every week, this would mean the finale will only feature two singers and not four as in past seasons. This is subject to change if they decide to have a non-elimination week or if they cut it down to only eliminating one singer per week towards the end.

So get your fill of Cee Lo Green and Christina Aguilera over the next month, because they will not be returning for season 4, which will begin Monday, March 25.

By coincidence or planning, The Voice season 3 will air on the same day that season 2 winner Jermaine Paul's new album is released.

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