It’s Official: ‘The Masked Singer’ Season 4 Will Grace Your TV This Fall

Mehera Bonner
It’s Official: ‘The Masked Singer’ Season 4 Will Grace Your TV This Fall

From Cosmopolitan

I know we’re all going through a lot right now, but the time has come to check in on America’s (other) national nightmare: The Masked Singer. It seems like just yesterday that the Egg and the Banana landed on the hellscape known as planet Earth, and yet somehow, we’ve already endured three entire seasons of the show. And now, it’s confirmed: We’re gonna have to deal with a fourth. Which means (a) a whole new batch of “celebrity” contestants who need to fire their PR people and (b) a whole new batch of foods/animals that’ll be forever ruined. Truly, I can never eat a taco again thanks to THIS clearly evil criminal mastermind:

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Because it’s best to keep our friends close and our enemies closer, here’s everything we currently know about The Masked Singer season 4.

Season 4 Will Air in the Fall

It’s officially official. The fourth season of Masked Singer will return to FOX as part of its fall TV lineup. We don’t know the exact date quite yet, but we do know it’ll air during its same ol’ time slot: 8 p.m. ET Wednesday nights. Clear your calendar/cancel your plans/pretend like you had something better to do.



The New Characters Remain a Mystery, But…

Fans are already nominating celebs in the comments section on The Masked Singer’s recent Instagram. Some notable ideas include:

  • Zendaya (lol, stop dreaming)
  • “a drag queen or somebody who is heavily involved in LGBTQ+ culture” (hell yes to this)
  • James Charles (def don’t hate the idea)
  • Billy Porter (he would never)
  • RuPaul (ain’t gonna happen)

The judges will likely be the same: Robin Thicke, Jenny McCarthy, Ken Jeong, and Nicole Scherzinger, aka four people who are terrible at guessing.

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Reminder: Here’s How the Show Works

If you’ve never seen The Masked Singer, RUN AND HIDE, IT’S NOT TOO LATE. But also, here’s how the show works: Each week, a fleet of people who identify as “celebs” perform onstage whilst wearing costumes that are almost certainly cursed. They’re then voted off one at a time until there’s just one last mask standing. T-Pain won season 1, Wayne Brady’s head popped out of a stuffed fox in season 2, and honestly, who knows what might happen when the season 3 finale finally airs, but it’s sure to be terrifying.

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