The Voice will conclude its fifth season with a pair of two-hour live telecasts in mid-December.
The Dec. 16 telecast will be the artists’ final performance episode of the season that will be judged by voters, NBC said. The following day, a winner will be chosen and named the Voice.
An episode of the holiday series “The Sing-Off” will follow the Dec. 16 telecast. That show premieres the week prior.
So far this season, the Monday “Voice” is averaging a 5.3 rating/14 share in the advertiser-coveted adults 18-49 demographic, making it the No. 3 primetime series on the broadcast networks behind only “Sunday Night Football” and “Big Bang Theory” (excluding sports pre- and post-game shows), the No. 2 entertainment series behind only “Big Bang” and the No. 1 reality series, NBC said.
In total viewers, the Monday “Voice” is averaging 15.6 million viewers, making it the No. 5 series overall, the No. 4 entertainment series and No. 1 reality series. The Tuesday edition is also delivering top-10 averages, a 4.6/13 in 18-49 and 14.4 million viewers overall.