Not only is the music superstar returning as a coach on season 23 of The Voice, but his daytime series The Kelly Clarkson Show has been renewed for two more seasons until 2025, as announced on November 7.
The series currently in its fourth season which is distributed by NBCUniversal Syndication Studios — has earned multiple Daytime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show and Host since the show premiered in 2019.
Several of her beloved Kelioque song covers have gone viral, including her rendition of Billie Eilish’s Happier Than Ever in Olivia Rodrigo’s Traitor.
In a press release Tracy Wilson—executive vice president of Syndication Studios and e-news at NBCUniversal—called Clarkson “one of the brightest stars of our time.”
He added, “With over 500 hours of views across broadcast, cable and digital platforms since its launch, The Kelly Clarkson Show has been home to stories that entertain, inspire important conversations and inspire generations to come.” Connect with a loyal audience.
With a best-in-class producer team, we will continue the success and legacy of the show. The show currently airs in 211 local markets across the country with an average viewership of 1.34 million. Clarkson takes on double duty as an executive producer on the series, led by Emmy and Gracie award-winning showrunner and executive producer Alex Duda.
In addition to the renewal of his talk show, it was recently announced that Clarkson will be in competition for the finals of the upcoming season of NBC’s The Voice alongside newcomers Niall Horan and Chance the Rapper, as well as longtime The Voice staple Blake Shelton. will act. weather. Will return as coach. chain.
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