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How to Watch ‘The Voice’ Season 24 Finale Live on TV & Online for Free

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The Voice is closing out another successful season! Part one of the Season 24 finale airs on NBC on Monday (Dec. 18).

This season, Reba McEntire joined the coaches panel alongside Niall Horan, John Legend and Gwen Stefani as they turn their chairs for aspiring singers, with the goal to coaching them throughout the season.

Last season, Horan and Chance the Rapper, both first-time coaches at the time, joined veterans Blake Shelton and Kelly Clarkson. Shelton, who had been on The Voice since it premiered in 2011, exited the singing competition after 23 seasons.


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The five remaining contestants from this season are Lila Forde, Huntley, Jacquie Roar, Ruby Leigh, and Mara Justine. See below for everything you need to know to watch and stream The Voice finale on TV and online.

The Voice: Season 24 Schedule — Time & Channel

The Voice finale live will air in two parts on Monday at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC (check your local listings for channel information). Part two of the finale airs on Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.

Season 22 winner Bryce Leatherwood will perform during Monday’s finale episode. Tuesday’s episode will be packed with performances including Earth, Wind & Fire, Keith Urban, Tyla, AJR, and The Voice Season 25 coaches Dan + Shay.

Coaches Horan, Stefani, McEntire and John Legend will perform duets with the finalists and a rendition of “Let It Snow.”  The finale will also feature performances from this season’s top 12 finalists.

Episodes of The Voice will stream on-demand via Peacock the next day after they air on TV, but viewers can also watch live with Peacock Premium Plus.

The Voice is available to watch on Peacock, which you can sign up for above. Watch The Voice via Peacock Premium, for $5.99/month or save 17% by subscribing to the annual plan for $59.99.

Peacock also offers a student discount as well as a commercial-free option for $11.99/month ($199.99/year) that includes live access to NBC. Besides live and on-demand episodes of The Voice, Peacock Premium subscribers can stream exclusive programs such as Twisted Metal, Poker Face, The Best Man: The Final Chapters, Bel-Air, LoveIsland USA, The Real Housewives and Below Deck franchises and Days of Our Lives. You can also find a ton of movies on Peacock including The Exorcist, Super Mario Bros. Movie, Fast X and M3gan.

How to Watch The Voice Online Free

For those who want to livestream, watch The Voice online via with cable or another TV provider login. The NBC app is also available on smartphone devices, Amazon Fire, Apple TV, Roku and more.

And purchasing a digital TV antenna on Amazon here will give you access to multiple channels, including NBC, without a monthly bill.

Signing up for free trials from streamers such as fuboTV and DirecTV Stream will give you access to NBC as well, and SlingTV is just $20 for the first month.

Subscribe to DirecTV Stream and enjoy a free trial to watch The Voice and more. Streaming plans start at $69.99/month for access to 75+ channels including NBC, CBS, ABC, Fox, AMC, A&E, Bravo, MTV, TLC, USA, FX, ESPN, TBS, VH1, OWN, WEtv and more.

You have the option of watching live TV or streaming from other devices such as your laptop, tablet or phone. And if you’re streaming from outside of the U.S., try ExpressVPN.

You can watch and live stream of NBC (live in most markets) plus dozens of other TV channels on Hulu + Live TV ($76.99/month). Stream 90+ channels and enjoy unlimited DVR, plus you’ll get access to Disney+ and ESPN+

Watch a teaser from The Voice Season 24 finale below.

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