How to Watch 'The Voice' Season 15 Premiere: Live Stream, Channel, Time and More

The Voice is back on NBC with its two-night Season 15 premiere starting on Monday. As always, the singing competition will kick off with two nights of blind auditions, during which the judges will choose contestants for their individual teams.

So who's back in the notorious red swivel chairs for Season 15? Original coaches Adam Levine and Blake Sheldon return for yet another year along with American Idol alums Jennifer Hudson, who joined the competitive series back during Season 13, and Kelly Clarkson, who joined the coaches for Season 14.

Carson Daly is also back on The Voice for hosting duty. Meanwhile, Halsey, Keith Urban and Thomas Rhett will serve as advisers along with former The Voice coach CeeLo Green.

It was announced during the summer The Voice would get a new judge, country star Kelsea Ballerini, who will serve as a coach and mentor for the show's new web series, The Comeback Stage. Ballerini will help and guide six lucky contestants, who fail to make it past auditions for the main show. The contestants will pair off and perform in battle rounds while The Comeback Stage winner will have the opportunity to advance to the main competition in November and will land a spot on The Voice's top 13.

Fans will have to watch the two-night blind auditions to learn more about the contestants, although a Season 15 sneak peek did reveal one contestant already impressing the judges. In the clip, 15-year-old Sarah Grace wowed coaches with her rendition of Janis Joplin's "Ball and Chain," leading Shelton, Hudson and Clarkson to fight for her placement on one of their teams. Grace only continued to win the judges over when she shares her biggest dream of making a "blues, rock, roots album pulling inspiration from Etta James and [Joplin]."

The Voice Season 15's blind auditions start on Monday and will continue on Tuesday night. Viewers can watch the competition live on NBC or stream via the NBC app or the network's website. Folks with Hulu's Live TV service will also be able to stream the show in real-time on there, while those with basic Hulu subscriptions can watch the premiere on-demand after it airs. The Voice is also available for streaming on platforms such as FuboTV and Sling TV.

The Voice kicks off at 8 p.m. ET.

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