'The Sing-Off' tackles a longer season, tries to keep results quiet


After two seasons of increasingly successful limited runs in December, "The Sing-Off" will take a big step up when it becomes part of NBC's regular schedule in the fall.How big a step? Well, Season 3 will run for 11 episodes, which is more than the first two seasons combined. The vote of confidence from NBC came after ratings for Season 2, which aired in December 2010, jumped 28 percent over the show's inaugural run, and executive producer Joel Gallen looks at it the extra time as an opportunity."The first thing I think about is now we can have more groups," Gallen said Monday (Aug. 1) at the Television Critics Association press tour. "We've gone from 10 groups to 16 groups, so that's a big thing. Also, I think we can go across more genres of music. We have 11 episodes, so we can do a cappella interpretations of everything from rock to country and hip-hop."Gallen...



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