The Voice 2023: new rules, judges, broadcast date… what awaits you for season 12

New rules will appear in the 12th season of “The Voice”. TV Hook will be back Saturday night on TF1 in a few days. Here’s what you need to know.

“It’s the Voice!” These credits will resonate again Saturday night on TF1. “The Voice” is back in a few days. With many seasonal changes it is placed under the French anthem sign. One hundred talents auditioned blind this season.

What’s the new rule?

The first novelty: at the end of the service, a coach can block another trainer during discussions with candidates. The chair will then rotate back. This rule is a world first in “The Voice”.

The battle stages will be immersive for the trainers. Armchairs will be placed beside the stage to allow each trainer to be closer to their talents during this stage. The fight will be followed by cross-match and super-cross fight to gradually eliminate the fourteen candidates from each team.

Another novelty this year: the arrival of a great coach to help the public make their choice before big live shows. His identity was of course not disclosed.

Get ready to experience magic #Voice
Promise soon with @Zazionline @Amel Bent @bigfloetoli @VianneyMusic And @NikosAliagas on @TF1 And @MYTF1 ✌️

— Voice ✌️ (@TheVoice_TF1) December 22, 2022

Who’s the coach?

There was a change this year with not four but five coaches on set. The production has recruited Toulouse rappers BigFlo & Oli who will be sharing the same seats. Producer Matthieu Grelier made some first secrets about the two brothers: they don’t always agree and Flo is the funniest trainer since the French launch of “The Voice”. By their side, Amel Bent and Vianney will always be present. Zazie is returning after a five year absence (despite an All-Stars season).

Also read:
The Voice: Bigflo and Oli join the judges for the show’s next season

When will “The Voice 2023” begin?

TF1 has yet to officially announce the premiere date of season 12. It’s only a matter of a week. La Une unveiled the novelties of the season in mid-January. One thing is certain: “The Voice” will still be on Saturday night.

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