Season 2 of The Masked Singer won't premiere until fall, but Fox has already renewed the hit reality competition series for Season 3 — and it's scored a post-Super Bowl launch.

Fox announced Monday that the singing competition's third season will debut on Sunday, Feb. 2, 2020, immediately following Super Bowl LIV.

Hosted by Nick Cannon, The Masked Singer follows a group of celebrities, who identities are concealed, competing against each other while a panel of judges try to guess who is under the mask. T-Pain came out on top in Season 1, baffling the judges all way until the end. No word yet on when exactly Season 2 will arrive, but you can expect a new crop of celebrities to show off their singing chops.

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The Masked Singer will join a bevy of other returning shows in Fox's 2019-2020 lineup, including The Orville, which was renewed for Season 3; Empire, which will end after Season 6; and Last Man Standing, the resurrected Tim Allen comedy. New shows headed your way include the 9-1-1 spin-off 9-1-1: Lone Star, starring Rob Lowe; the John Slattery thriller neXt; and Kim Cattrall's souther gothic family drama Filthy Rich.

The Masked Singer returns for Season 2 this fall on Fox.

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