Thanksgiving this year is going to be a weird one. With COVID-19 cases surging around the U.S., large family gatherings are better done over Zoom. But when you’re done muting your drunk uncle and teaching your great-aunt how to use gallery view, you can switch off your laptop, turn on the TV, and watch The Masked Singer, an equally silly activity, but a comforting form of entertainment.
That’s right. Fox switched its singing competition from Wednesday to Thursday this week, just for a special Thanksgiving episode. The regular panelists, Jenny McCarthy, Ken Jeong, Robin Thicke, and Nicole Scherzinger, will all be on the show tomorrow, joined by guest Jay Pharoah.
“It’s an all-new holiday extravaganza,” the preview teases, while showing an image of Jeong walking around with a turkey hat on his head.
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This isn’t just a fun Thanksgiving special, though; there will be winners and one loser. It’s the Group C finale, and we’ll see performances from Jellyfish, Broccoli, and Mushroom. There are only two spots left for the “Super Six” semi-finals, which means someone is being eliminated tomorrow night.
“I don’t like this part; it’s Thanksgiving,” McCarthy says in the promo. That’s funny; that’s exactly what I say every year when someone in my family makes an out-of-touch political joke at the dinner table.
Anyway, here’s what you need to know about the new schedule and remaining competitors on The Masked Singer, as season 4 winds down.
Is it going to be on at the same time as the usual show?
Yes. Different day, same time. You can tune into Fox at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on Thursday, November 26.
What happens after tomorrow night?
Tomorrow night is the Group C finals, which means after tomorrow, there will be no more groups. We’ll move on to the Super Six, three of whom, on November 2, will be unmasked in a special two-hour episode, per Entertainment Weekly.
When do we finally get a winner?
It looks like this show is not done with fun holiday specials; there’s reportedly a sing-along holiday episode scheduled for Wednesday, December 9. Then, the two-hour season finale will reportedly take place on Wednesday, December 16.
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