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"The Sing-Off" Season 4 will return on NBC as a holiday strip over several nights in 2013.

Season 3

"The Sing-Off" Season 3, hosted by multi-platinum recording artist Nick Lachey, returns on NBC in a weekly format featuring two-hour episodes and with the number of groups competing expanded to 16. The groups will be performing for celebrity judges Sara Bareilles ("Love Song" and "King of Anything"), Ben Folds (Ben Folds Five) and Shawn Stockman (Boyz II Men) and competing for the prize of $200,000 cash and a Sony Music recording contract.

The contestants for the third season are Afro-Blue, Cat's Pajamas, Dartmouth Aires, Delilah, The Deltones, Fannin Family, Kinfolk 9, Messiah's Men, North Shore, Pentatonix, Sonos, Soul'd Out, The Collective, Urban Method, Vocal Point, and YellowJackets.

The series scours the country in search of the best a cappella groups. This year, the competition has expanded not only weekly but also to the 16 very best vocal groups who will perform chart-topping songs in weekly competition that will culminate with a live finale revealing the grand prize winner. The groups will be competing for America's vote and a chance to walk away with the ultimate prize — a Sony Music recording contract and a cash prize of $200,000.



Season 4

The season will run for seven episodes. The groups, who are competing for the prize of $100,000 and a Sony Music recording contract, will perform for celebrity judges Jewel ("Two Hearts Breaking" "Ring of Fire") Ben Folds (Ben Folds Five) and Shawn Stockman (Boyz II Men). The ten competing groups include Acoustikats (Lexington, Ky.), Calle Sol (Aguadilla, Puerto Rico), Element (New York City), The Filharmonic (Los Angeles, Calif.), Home Free (Minneapolis, Minn.), The Princeton Footnotes (Princeton, N.J.), Street Corner Renaissance (Los Angeles, Calif.), TEN (Dallas, Tx.), Vocal Rush (Oakland, Calif.), and Voiceplay (Orlando, Fl.). The groups will be competing for America's vote and a chance to walk away with the ultimate prize: a Sony Music recording contract and $100,000.

A new twist will be added this season. At the end of every show, the bottom two groups decided by the judges will face off in an Ultimate Sing Off, trying to knock their opponent out of the competition with the power of only their voices. At the end of the night, one group will be eliminated from the competition. One song, two teams, with their dreams on the line.

2014 Holiday Special

Six new groups will compete for a first-place prize of $50,000. Returning judges Jewel and Shawn Stockman will be joined by Fall Out Boy frontman Patrick Stump while Nick Lachey is once again set as host.

"The Sing-Off" is produced by Joel Gallen's ("America's Best Dance Crew") Tenth Planet Productions, Outlaw Entertainment and Sony Pictures Television. Gallen, Deb Newmyer ("The Ugly Truth") Sam Weisman ("George of the Jungle"), and Josh Greenberg ("America's Best Dance Crew") are executive producers.




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THE SING OFF (NBC TV SHOW): FACTS

Network: NBC
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 120 mins.
Premiere Date: December 14, 2009
Seasons: 4
Production Companies:
Tenth Planet Productions
Outlaw Entertainment
Sony Pictures Television





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jazzlover says:
I've watched TSO for both seasons and love the close harmony, but was just disgusted with the hook-up with the 4 final groups on the show on 12/20. Ended up changing the channel until the last hour. Leave those groups alone and let them do their thing ALONE. I was a Committed fan from the getgo. Reminded me of Take 6 and the Hi-Los. Kudos to all of the groups. a capella ROCKS!

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