I Can See Your Voice Season 3 - Here's What We Can Tell Fans So Far

"I Can See Your Voice" has been a hit for Fox ever since it debuted on Fox in 2020, seeing "The Masked Singer" and "The Hangover" star Ken Jeong guiding us through some of the very best (and very worst) singers America has to offer. In case you haven't seen it yet or just need a refresh, the series brings onto the stage a series of singers who are either really, really bad or really, really good. A contestant then has to guess, without knowing anything about them other than their occupation, if they can carry a tune or, well, sound more like a dying cat.

There are a series of rounds that help the contestants better identify who really is an epic singer, including the "Lip Sync Showdown," "Unlock My Life," and, "Interrogation" rounds, during which the contestant is given the opportunity to win cash. At the end of it all, they can then risk all that money for the chance to take home a whopping $100,000 in order for the chance to guess if the last remaining singer is good or bad. That's not all, though, each episode is also jam packed with famous faces to help (or at least try to) steer them into making the right decision.

We've already seen two seasons come and go, but could we be in for a third?

When will new episodes air?

Fox is yet to officially confirm that it's renew "I Can See Your Voice" for Season 3 as of April 5, 2022, so when it could premiere is still very much up in the air. It could be a while though if the show does get picked back up and follows the same timeline we've seen so far. Season 1 premiered in September 2020 and wrapped up in December 2020, but we didn't see a second season hit our screens for another two whole years, with "I Can See Your Voice" Season 2 popping up in January 2022 and ending in March 2022. We did get a festive special in between though to tide us over, with that airing in December 2021.

We may hear about a third season a couple of months before it actually premieres, though. Deadline confirmed in November 2021, around two months before its premiere date, that she show would be back for Season 2.

Though we'll have to wait and see what happens, we do know that "I Can See Your Voice" has plenty of fans eagerly awaiting its return, as the Season 2 finale did fairly well in the ratings, despite going up against the likes of big shows such as ABC's "The Bachelor" and NBC's "This Is Us."

Who will be back?

With no concrete details just yet on when the show will even be back, there's no official word on who could potentially return with it, though Season 2 had two staple stars we'd love to see back for more. Those two? Former "Curb Your Enthusiasm" star Cheryl Hines and "The Cheetah Girls" actor and "The Real" panelist Adrienne Houghton. Both are clearly pretty excited about the show, with Hines writing on Instagram on March 7 ahead of the finale, "I had so much fun shooting this show and then watching the episodes back with all of you these past few months. My hearts thanks to the host with the most @kenjeong, my panel partner @adriennebailon and every guest, contestant and performer that came to play."

There's also the potential for any number of celebrities to pop up if new episodes make it to air. Season 2 welcomed the likes of LeAnn Rimes, Ashanti, and Kelly Rowland, who sat alongside Houghton and Hines to decipher the good from the bad.

Of course, Ken Jeong has been helming the whole thing from the start. Jeong also posted about the finale on Instagram, writing alongside a snap of Houghton and celebrity guest Vanessa Lachey, "What a way to end a season of #ICanSeeYourVoice!" So, with all that enthusiasm, we'd be pretty surprised if he didn't come back for a potential Season 3.

What else you need to know

As of April 5, 2022, auditions don't appear to be open for "I Can See Your Voice" Season 3, however, the show's casting page is available online. The Fox show has previously been holding auditions in the Southern California area, so it'll be worth keeping an eye on its Casting Crane page for any further details if you're interested in getting your voice on TV or even just a hint at when new episodes could be in production. Just a little about the small print though if you are thinking of auditioning, you have to be at least 18 years old and a citizen or permanent resident of the U.S.

As we wait with bated breath for more news about new episodes, you can also catch up on what you may have missed (or do some research if you're thinking of auditioning!) by watching the first two seasons' of "I Can See Your Voice" episodes. Full episodes from both Season 1 and Season 2 are available via Fox now, as well as the Holiday special and select clips showing some of the most memorable moments.