The Voice viewers who have enjoyed this season's star-studded panel of coaches, including newbie John Legend, will be glad to hear they're all returning for Season 17!

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NBC has announced John, Kelly Clarkson and mainstay coaches Adam Levine and Blake Shelton will all be reprising their roles on this fall's season of The Voice.

In addition, Carson Daly will return as The Voice host.

The Voice's Fall 2019 season will continue to air in the show's usual timeslots of Monday nights from 8-10PM ET/PT and Tuesday nights from 8-9PM ET/PT.

Kelly joined The Voice for its fourteenth season back in Spring 2018, and artists representing the original American Idol winner's team won both of her previous two seasons.

As for John, he's currently served his first season as a coach on The Voice's sixteenth edition, which premiered on February 25.

John and Kelly actually worked together on another reality singing competition show prior to their stint on The Voice together.

They both served as mentors on Duets, a short-lived reality competition which aired on ABC in 2012.

Meanwhile, Adam and Blake have never relinquished their The Voice roles since the franchise premiered back in 2011.

The Voice's sixteenth season just featured the Top 8 semifinalists performing for home viewer votes and a chance to compete in the finale.

Blake, Kelly and John all still have artists in the race, but Adam's team had been wiped out partly due to unfortunate luck in the show's new "Cross Battles" round.

The Top 4 artists will be revealed on Tuesday, May 14, and then a winner will be crowned next week.

The Voice was created by John de Mol, who serves as executive producer along with Mark Burnett, Audrey Morrissey, Amanda Zucker, Kyra Thompson and Stijn Bakkers.