'The Masked Singer' Renewed for Season 4, Aiming for Fall Premiere

The Astronaut on 'The Masked Singer'
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The show will go on for The Masked Singer

The Fox reality competition has been renewed for a fourth season, ET confirms. ET has learned the fourth season will be targeted for fall, but is contingent upon when the show can go back into production.

The show -- featuring judges Ken Jeong, Jenny McCarthy, Nicole Scherzinger and Robin Thicke and host Nick Cannon -- is currently airing its third season, airing Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Fox. The season was taped before coronavirus shutdowns. 

The winners of the first and second seasons were T-Pain as "The Monster" and Wayne Brady as "The Fox," respectively. The latest unmasked celebrity on season 3 was Hunter Hayes as "The Astronaut." 

"I cannot tell you how perfect that timing was," Hayes told ET of the show, after his unmasking. "We'd just released my album [Wild Blue], part one of a series, and I knew that for part two, I needed to push myself and do some things I've never done before."

"It was a chance for me to just try a bunch of new things in a semi-anonymous territory," he added. 

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