The little engine that could known as The Sing-Off is back for a fourth season, and after revealing the 10 new groups competing on the show’s official Twitter, my a cappella senses are tingling!
The Sing-Off was never officially canceled, but it was a pleasant surprise when NBC picked it up for a fourth season in March, after going off the air in November 2011. After the huge success of a-cappella-pixie-dream-film Pitch Perfect (for which The Sing-Off producer Deke Sharon arranged the music), and an estimated 40 bajillion YouTube views for season 3 winner Penatonix, bringing back this cult favorite was a no-brainer.
With Mark Burnett Productions now in the driver’s seat, NBC seems to be upping the production value but scaling back from a 16-team season 3 to only 10 teams for season 4, which premieres December 9th. And from the looks of the new teams, the smaller size indicates a focus on quality over quantity. I like the sounds of that! Take a look at the information we were able to gather on the newest teams vying for the The Sing-Off title:
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