Sing Off Season 2

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The series’ Dec. 9 premiere will air on NBC in the 9 p.m. timeslot with the finale slated to wrap up just before Christmas on Dec. 23 with a two-hour episode. Will you be tuning into the upcoming season of ‘The Sing-Off’? Leave us your comments below. And if the final four groups competing on Monday night’s live “The Sing-Off” finale were any indication, there was plenty of cheer to be had. Southern California’s The Backbeats, Nashville’s Streetcorner Symphony and Oakland, Calif.’s Jerry Lawson & Talk The sing off season 2 contestants are varied, and all undoubtedly talented (we hope.) Do you think you can single out the top three groups out of the ten? Trivia: “Comprised of 14 senior Yale men, the “Whiffs” were founded in 1909, and are the world In March, 15 months after the last notes were sung, the network announced that “The Sing-Off” would return this Christmas season, running Dec. 9 through the two-hour finale on Dec. 23. Nick Lachey returns as host, along with judges Ben Folds and Shawn The Sing-Off most recently aired over three weeks in December 2013, culminating in Home Free’s finale triumph two nights before Christmas. NBC has yet to confirm if it will use similar scheduling for season five. The Sing-Off originally premiered on NBC Meanwhile, season three’s winning group will be getting a big break for the big screen. Pentatonix will be singing alongside Anna Kendrick, Skylar Astin, Rebel Wilson, and Britney Snow for ‘Pitch Perfect 2,’ sequel of the 2012 hit movie. Another ‘Sing-Off .

The finale of NBC’s The Sing-Off sung to 5.3 million Cowboys matchup, scored a season-high 27.4 million viewers, ensuring the network another weekly win, while ESPN’s Monday Night Football ended more quietly with 13.2 million. Finales. “The Sing-Off” season 4 finale is nearly upon us, and now fans can watch the live stream via NBC live streaming online. Tonight, three a cappella groups still remain: Home Free, Ten, and Vocal Rush. On the season 4 finale, two groups will be eliminated and EW has confirmed that NBC is bringing back its a cappella competition The Sing-Off for a fourth season and the upcoming season’s structure is expected to return to the holiday format used in Seasons 1 and 2. As far as judging and hosting duties The Sing-Off for Season 4 semi-finals are tonight (Dec. 19, 2013) see the results and recap of the show below. Two groups move automatically to the Finals while the two fight for their place in an Ultimate Sing-Off. The winner of The Sing-Off will win a .

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