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NBC reveals 'America's Got Talent' return date‎, Tuesday lineup

"The Voice" extends to Tuesday

NBC is doing some spring cleaning and scheduling: The network gave "America's Got Talent" a May premiere date and has a new Tuesday lineup structured around its hit series, "The Voice."

The series will kick off its new season (which includes Howard Stern taking a seat on the judges’ panel) with two-hour episodes starting Monday, May 14, and Tuesday the 15th.

The network's hit show "The Voice," meanwhile, will extend into Tuesdays as it begins its live episodes. Singers will perform live Mondays, starting April 2, with the live elimination episodes airing Tuesdays. It will all lead to this season’s winner being announced in a two-hour live finale May 8.

With "The Voice" as a tent pole, NBC's Tuesday lineup (beginning April 3) will consist of a slimmed down "The Biggest Loser" at 8 p.m., leading in to an hour episode of "The Voice," followed by "Fashion Star" -- which makes its debut a few weeks ahead on March 13 at 9:30 p.m. before settling into its new time slot.

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--Yvonne Villarreal

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Photo: "The Voice" judges -- Blake Shelton, left, Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Gree and Adam Levine -- with host Carson Daly, center. Credit: NBC

 
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