Three solid battles fill a truncated hour, and all the excitement of a big steal is ruined by incessant promos
The first battle round begins with some excellent (and some uneven) match-ups, and a powerhouse frontrunner emerges
The coaches finally fill up their teams of 12, and two exciting singers emerge to complete Teams Adam and Blake (uh oh).
New artists stand out in day five of the blinds; Shakira plays some smart cards, while Usher, Adam and Blake giggle like schoolboys at recess
Rockers steal the show, but two major trends are keeping this season from hitting a high note.
The third night of blind auditions finally provides some worthy contenders, including an identical twin double act and a back-up singer who gets a superstar endorsement.
The second night of blind auditions continues with accusations of dishonesty, the swapping of chairs, and someone playing the Bieber card
A talkative Shakira and low-key Usher return as the show's sixth season blind auditions kick off; meanwhile, Adam and Blake might as well get married at this point.
The remaining three artists give their final performances, revisit their blind audition songs, and perform with their coaches
The final three artists are revealed; past finalists and winners perform
The final five singers perform; Adam Levine invites his team over for a breakfast powwow
Kelly Clarkson performs and the top six become the top five
The remaining six singers perform two songs each -- a personal choice and a coach's choice
The top 6 artists are revealed; Cee Lo Green and Ellie Goulding perform
The final eight singers perform; coaches emphasize emotional excess over technical prowess
The final top eight singers are revealed after two more go home. Also, we interrupt your regularly scheduled programming for a "sexy" announcement
The Top 10 artists perform; Coach Cee Lo and Coach Christina have some unusual cross-training methods for their students
Two of the Top 12 head home; Carson Daly fires up the first-ever Twitter-driven "instant save"
The top 12 singers perform live; the coaches' song choices cement frontrunners and reveal weaknesses in others
The artists perform with their teams before the top 12 contestants are revealed
Artists from Team Christina and Team Cee Lo perform in the second night of live rounds
In the first of the live rounds, artists from Team Blake and Team Adam perform
In the last night of the knockout rounds, some singers go bold and others make costly mistakes.
In the knockout rounds, the coaches begin weeding out their weakest singers
In the final night of battle rounds, Christina makes a questionable song choice and Cee Lo makes a good steal
In these battle rounds, the contestants must show that they have an emotional connection to their songs
Contestants duke it out during more battle rounds; defensive dancing might actually be a thing
The battle rounds begin. The judges make some interesting choices for steals.
We get a crash course on the most memorable blind auditions this season
The blind auditions come to a close; all the judges' teams are complete
The judges get extra-picky; a season 4 reject returns for another blind audition
There's no spelling 'superstar' without 'team.' Blind auditions roll on...
More blind auditions! Judges fight over singers with hidden talents and two very different kinds of divas
Ladies and gentlemen, we have a winner! (And Cher has a new single.)
The final three take the stage for performances that will determine season 4's winner
As we head into the finals, two standout performers head home and one standout performer remains
The Top Five visit hometowns and the coaches pull out all the stops to see who will make it to next week's finale
Big sets and bigger vocals pump up the volume (and the crowd!) as the Top 6 take the stage
It's a night of special duets (Sheryl Crow and a chandelier!) and especially painful eliminations
The performances grow in scale (and sparkle) as the Top 8 perform hits both new and old
The Top 10 let their hair down and deliver the fun, unexpected performances we've been waiting for
Tonight: Two so-not-surprising eliminations and the power of air conditioning
The Top 12 compete in toasty temperatures, perform some Michael Jackson, some Martina McBride... rinse, repeat
In the first live results show of the season, decisions come down to the wire as the coaches pick the Top 12
The second night of live rounds has little greatness but much less worseness
Team Adam outshines Team Usher in the first round of the live playoffs
As the knockouts rounds wind down, so does the talent
Team Shakira and Team Adam head into the knockout rounds, and each team loses four singers
Latinas bring the heat to the final battle round, Usher uses his last steal, and Sarah Simmons continues her reign
In week two of the battle rounds, the coaches use their steals to save some surprising talent
A night of low-energy battle rounds is saved by a low-key song
Pitting the young'uns against the vets, guest mentors Sheryl Crow, Hillary Scott, Pharrell Williams and Joel Madden kick off the first week of battle rounds
The blind auditions end with an eye-opening performance
Turning more than two chairs proves to be a challenge for contestants as the coaches put the finishing touches on their teams
Sadness, success, and one mispronunciation of Shakira’s name
It's a night of Shakira covers and pop en Español. Time for the coaches to bust out that translation dictionary
You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll learn some Spanish
The Voice crowns its first female winner after an hour and 58 minutes of filler and musical performances
The final three deliver their last performances—and a few inappropriate songs
Christmas cometh early with a visit from Michael Bublé, the revival of Team Blake (sort of), and a performance that was "musical perfection."
It's double-header week for the final six, as each contestant performs a coach's pick and a song choice of their own.
Who needs the Top 6 when there are Muppets in the Voicebox?
50 Cent performs with Adam Levine as the Final Eight fight to the finish
With only a few people left on each team, even frontrunners like Trevin and Amanda have to work hard to keep their lead
Two female contestants bite the dust as the Top 12 becomes the Top 10
With just a few singers left on each team, Trevin, Terry, and Bryan make the best case for hanging on until the end
Adam Levine performs with Maroon 5, a former winner returns, and the Top 12 are revealed!
After ceding Tuesday to Election Night, Team Christina and Team Cee Lo vie in the playoffs before a rowdy audience
The Knockout Rounds continue as Christina and Blake eliminate half of their teams
Adam and Cee Lo whittle down their teams by half in 'The Knockouts: Part 1'
Battles have been lost and won / So anon, we will sleep sound / 'Til we reach the Knockout Rounds
The coaches expect blood, sweat, and mountain-climbing from contestants as the battle rounds wage on
This week's battle rounds make us crack up—intentionally, and not so intentionally
The night's big battle is between two dark princesses -- but there's still plenty of drama to go around
There's nothing new under the sun, or in the Voice Box tonight -- minus some footage of the coaches
More blind auditions (including Lady Gaga's backup singer) give you more bam! for your buck
The coaches start a fight over contestant Cassadee Pope, a former opener for Fallout Boy
More blind auditions bring more surprises -- like 40-year-old soul machine Mycle Wastman
Blind auditions continue as the coaches show off their props (check Blake's ACM award!) and contestants bring out their secret weapons (what's with the weird tambourine?)
Leonard Cohen gets preachy and inspirational stories abound on the third night of blind auditions
The blind auditions continue as a magical tween heartthrob and a mariachi singer take center stage
Jermaine Paul is crowned the season two winner after an endless series of performances and montages
Juliet, Jermaine, and Chris fight to the finish, while Tony takes a swipe at one of the coaches.
Adam singlehandedly defies America's votes as Cee Lo picks a side and the other two coaches balk
The semifinals bring more attitude, more James Brown
Adam and Cee Lo make a pair of thoroughly unsurprising eliminations as the contestants are whittled down to the Top 8
Blake sends home his favorite singer as Christina makes a tough choice between her team's remaining girls
There's theatrics aplenty, but Cee Lo only has eyes for Juliet Simms, who needs "no smoke, no mirrors, no nothing."
It's the first round of live performances, and Jesse Campbell blows everyone away
It's country vs. rap, Broadway vs. beard-rock, and reggae-pop vs. Southern twang in the final week of battle rounds
During the third week of battle rounds, Pip, Erin Martin, and others compete for the biggest Awwwww!
With Sera, Juliet, and Jamar all competing, it's an emotional second week of battle rounds
The first night of the Battle Round showcases big voices and bigger hair.
In the final round of blind auditions, a rock duo competes with a soul singer and a "Jack of all genres," while Christina teaches Blake the meaning of a new word
An R&B smootie battles it out with a street musician and a "sandwich artist" in another "blind auditions" round
'The Blind Auditions: Part 3' offers up disappointing talent, giving Cee Lo more time to stroke his white kitten like a Bond villain plotting world domination.
On the second night of auditions, The Voice coaches highlight big talent and awesomely inappropriate comments.
As predicted, The Voice's too-short first season came down to a pair of singers. But which one won America's hearts, minds, and iTunes dollars?
All four finalists proved that they deserve to win during Season One's last performance show -- but the competition has really become a two-horse race
In our first-ever results show, the four singers everyone expected to advance to the finals advance to the finals
After four more contestants get the boot, the second-to-last round of the competition makes it pretty clear who we can expect to see in the finals
Cee Lo and Adam's teams show us what they've got, while Blake and Christina's squads are whittled down by half
The series's first live broadcast turns the spotlight on members of Team Christina and Team Blake
Round 2 of the competition ends with an episode featuring several memorable outfits and one very special kiss.
The coaches continue paring down their teams -- but this time, they bring Radiohead into the mix.
In the show's second battle round, vocal powerhouses go head-to-head with more understated singers. Guess who comes out on top?
We bid the blind auditions adieu as the competition advances to the Battle Rounds: Two singers enter. One leaves.
As the blind auditions come to a close, the coaches fill out their octets with fresh blood and a few familiar faces