Kelly Osbourne and Donny Osmond among Star Panelists for New Show 'I Can See Your Voice'
The TV industry is starting to come back to life as shows are getting produced after the hiatus. Now that fans are guaranteed fresh content, a new reality show appears to be drawing some excitement.
Earlier today, reports confirmed that "I Can See Your Voice," a new unscripted reality show, will air on Fox. The show, which will be hosted by actor Ken Jeong, will feature contestants that determine if singers have good or bad voices without hearing them sing.
The new show will air on Wednesdays, and it already features an impressive line-up of celebrity guest judges. These include Kelly Osbourne, Nick Lachey, Arsenio Hall, Donny Osmond, Niecy Nash, and more.
"I Can See Your Voice" is set to premiere on the 23rd of September. The show will come up after "The Masked Singer," another hit FOX competition show. Interestingly, two of its judges — Osbourne and Osmond — also competed on "The Masked Singer."
The new show has a simple working scheme. Every week, a contestant will have the opportunity for a cash prize if they can tell the difference between good and bad singers without hearing them sing.
However, the contestants will get some help through hidden clues, true-or-false evidence, and lip-sync challenges. The celebrity comedians and musicians will also help out.
Once the contestant picks whether the singer is good or bad, the singer will have to perform a duet with the musical superstar. This will show whether or not the singer is good. Contestants who make the right choice will go home with a prize of $100,000. Not bad for a lucky guess.
According to reports, Fox pushed "I Can See Your Voice" ahead of "MasterChef Junior."
"I Can See Your Voice" will be the second show on the Wednesday night slot with Jeong hosting. The show has been in production for a while, and it got a bit of a boost from Fox Network's executives.
According to reports, Fox pushed "I Can See Your Voice" ahead of "MasterChef Junior." This was due to guidelines for protection amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Rob Wade, an executive at Fox, explained that he loved the show's magic and palpable energy. The network believed that they just had to bring it to audiences this season.
He added that the show also saw a need for some fun and excitement at this time. Paired with "The Masked Singer," "I Can See Your Voice" should provide just that.
The complete season of "MasterChef Junior" was filmed before the coronavirus pandemic. Now that it's been pushed, it will hold later in the 2020/21 season.
Fox also has a date for several other programs. These include "Cosmos: Possible Worlds" and Thursday Night Football. So, it will be a pretty busy period for the network.