When Will “The Masked Singer Season 8” Start on Fox?

The eighth season of “The Masked Singer” premieres this fall on NBC.

Fox’s decision to renew the celebrity-guessing game show for an eighth season came as a surprise to some viewers after a contentious seventh season. A secret singing competition in which famous people compete while wearing elaborate costumes and masks to hide their identities is how the show is described.

After seven seasons of revealing celebrities’ true identities, who will join “TMS” for season 8?

When Will “The Masked Singer” Start on Fox?

Fox unveiled its highly anticipated fall lineup on Monday, June 6. The Wednesday 8 PM airtime for “The Masked Singer” will remain unchanged, as reported by The Hollywood Reporter. Wednesday, September 21, 2022 marks the premiere of the premiere episode of season eight.

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Next up is “Lego Masters,” hosted by Will Arnett (who voices LEGO Batman). Fox’s pairing of “Lego Masters” and “TMS” from last fall suggests a successful formula.

This Sunday, September 11th, at 8 PM ET, the premiere of “Monarch” will begin. The next episode of “911” will air on Monday, September 19 at 8 PM, followed by an episode of “The Cleaning Lady.” When “The Resident” premieres at 8 o’clock on Tuesday, “Monarch” will shift to its new regular time slot at 9 o’clock.

On Sunday night at 8:00 and 8:30 PM, “The Simpsons,” “The Great North,” “Bob’s Burgers,” and “Family Guy” will all return for their regular seasons.

Fans will have noticed that Thursday Night Football no longer airs on Thursday nights. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Amazon Prime Video has acquired the rights to broadcast primetime NFL games beginning with the 2022 season.

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As a result, beginning September 29, Fox will air Gordon Ramsay’s popular cooking competition “Hell’s Kitchen” on Thursday nights at 8 PM ET.

The premiere of “Welcome to Flatch” will follow at 9 o’clock. Mayim Bialik, host of the current season of “Jeopardy!”, will guest star on the premiere of the third season of “Call Me Kat,” which airs tonight at 9:30 p.m.

What Do We Know About Season 8?

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Judge Robin Thicke and executive producer Craig Plestis announced that filming had begun on season eight of Contenders during Deadline’s online Contenders event.

He said, “It’s a challenge to do better than ourselves and come up with things that will shine and get America excited.” Some of the things we’re trying out on the network, I believe, will be extremely novel and groundbreaking.

Singer Tori Kelly poses for a photo while wearing the Seahorse mask she wore on “The Masked Singer.”

The usual cast of Robin Thicke, Jenny McCarthy-Wahlberg, Ken Jeong, and Nicole Scherzinger is set to return. Also anticipated is the hosting return of Nick Cannon.

According to Deadline, the show may relocate from Los Angeles, where it has been filming for the past seven seasons, to a new location like Las Vegas. That, however, is not yet confirmed at this time.

How the choirs will be broken up is also unknown at this time. The contestants from the previous season were split up into “The Good,” “The Bad,” and “The Cuddly” by Fox. Season 8 of “The Masked Singer” premieres on Fox at 8 p.m. ET on Wednesday, September 21.

Will the Same People Again This Year?

Nick Cannon, the show’s original host, and the entire original cast of regulars are back for another season. Returning cast members include Nicole Scherzinger(Instagram), Ken Jeong, Robin Thicke, and Jenny MacCarthy.

Eric Stonestreet, Leslie Jordan, and Nicole Byer join the show’s regular panelists. To officiate the show for the first time, they will all be present. Stonestreet, best known for his role in Modern Family, is now the host of the Fox game show Domino Masters.

Jordan currently appears in episodes of the ‘Call Me Kat’ sitcom starring Mayim Bialik on Fox. Byer has appeared on a wide variety of television programs, from NBC’s “Grand Crew” to TBS’s “Wipeout.”

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When Does Season 8 of “The Masked Singer” Come Out?

There has been no announcement regarding when Season 8 of The Masked Singer will premiere. With season 7 still available to view online, it is difficult to pinpoint an exact premiere date for the series.

Season 8 of The Masked Singer could be expected to premiere in 2023 according to internal sources if it ever gets made.

  • Season 7: March 9, 2022
  • Season 6: November 17, 2021
  • Season 5: 10 March 2021

Ratings for Season 8 of “The Masked Singer”

In terms of an overall score, critics were divided on The Masked Singer. Based on the success of the seventh season, we anticipate a similar response to the announcement of the eighth season of The Masked Singer.

The series has a relatively high rating for a franchise (5.8 out of 10 on IMDb). It was well-received by critics and earned a 49% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

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Trailers for “The Masked Singer” Season 8

No Season 8 trailer for The Masked Singer has not been released as of yet. Watch the Season 7 trailer for The Masked Singer now. We’ll let you know the latest news as soon as the season premieres.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Where Can I Watch Season 8 of “The Masked Singer”?

The first season of FOX‘s The Masked Singer is now streaming online. The eighth season, should it be ordered, will also air on FOX. We will update this post with any new information we receive.

Is There a Season 8 of “Masked Singer”?

On Monday, the network announced the season 8 renewal of the popular singing competition. The Masked Singer will be returning for the next season in 2022–2023, along with other popular reality shows like Crime Scene Kitchen and Next Level Chef.

When Will the Masked Singer Return for a New Season?

There will be a fourth season of The Masked Singer. The Masked Singer’s production company, Argonon, has announced two more seasons of the show, and ITV has announced that the show will return for a fourth run in 2023.

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