The final episode of “The Voice” Season 15 has come and gone with America voting for 16-year-old Chevel Shepherd as the winner of the NBC singing competition. Now that the finale is over, fans are anxious to see four judges return to find another star in a sea of singers.

Luckily, we know a few details about that upcoming season that will satisfy fans until the show comes back on air. Check out everything we know so far about “The Voice” Season 16 below.  

1. “The Voice” Season 16 Judges Have Been Chosen

When the new season of “The Voice” premieres on NBC, viewers will see the return of longtime coaches Blake Shelton and Adam Levine, along with fan-favorite judge Kelly Clarkson. While Jennifer Hudson filled the fourth spot on the panel during Season 15, in Season 16, EGOT winner John Legend will replace her.

2. “The Voice” Will Premiere In February

“The Voice” Season 16 will premiere Monday, Feb. 25, 2019, followed by another episode on Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2019.

3. The Air Times Times Will Briefly Change

Although the NBC series typically airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. EST, after it’s initial premiere date, the show will only air on Mondays, with “Ellen’s Game of Games” taking its Tuesday night time slot. Once the game show wraps up, “The Voice” Season 16 will return to airing Mondays and Tuesday on April 23, according to TVLine.