the Masked Singer season 10

Season 10 of The Masked Singer will premiere on Wednesday, September 27, at 20:00 ET (17:00 PT). However, we also have an anniversary special to look forward to on Sunday, September 10. The format’s again a little different this time, with three groups of singers, Battle Royale semi-finals, and wild card contestants. Below, we’ll explain how to live stream The Masked Singer season 10 from anywhere.

You should note that we’ll only be recommending official sources. While this is an extremely popular show, we don’t recommend using any third-party streams. For a start, they tend to be extremely laggy, with low-resolution video, and to make matters worse, they’re often taken offline for copyright violation. There are plenty of ways to watch The Masked Singer season 10 online anyway, so there’s no reason to resort to unreliable, unauthorized streams.

The Masked Singer will only air on region-locked streaming services. This means that if you’re currently outside of North America, you’ll need a VPN to access your usual home services.

How to live stream The Masked Singer abroad with a VPN

Usually, streaming services find the user’s location by checking their IP address. When using a VPN, though, only the server’s IP address is visible. This means that by connecting to a server in the required country, you can access region-locked services from abroad. Confused? Take a look at our step-by-step guide below.

Here’s how to watch The Masked Singer season 10 live online from anywhere:

  1. First, sign up for a suitable VPN if you haven’t already. We recommend NordVPN although Surfshark and ExpressVPN are two great low-cost alternatives.
  2. Download and install the VPN app. Most providers offer apps for a wide range of platforms, so this should be easy enough.
  3. Connect to a VPN server in the appropriate country. You’ll need a US server to unblock FOX, for instance, or a Canadian server to stream CTV abroad.
  4. Visit your chosen service and sign in (or create an account if one is needed). Note that you may need to have a payment method linked to an address in the required country.
  5. Lastly, log in and try playing a video. It should play immediately, but if not, clear your browser’s cookies and refresh the page.

The Masked Singer will air live each week, so we recommend spending a few minutes making sure your VPN works as expected ahead of time. This approach ensures you won’t be blindsided by technical problems at the last second since you’ll have more than enough time to get help from your VPN’s customer support team.

How to watch The Masked Singer season 10 on US TV

How to watch The Masked Singer season 9 on US TV

Season 10 of The Masked Singer will air exclusively on FOX. With a cable TV subscription, you need only sign in using your cable provider details to watch. The good news is that there’s also a way to watch Fox cable-free. It’s available to stream via FuboTV ($74.99 USD/month), Hulu with Live TV ($69.99/month), Sling TV ($40/month), and YouTube TV ($72.99/month).

All of the services above are region-locked, so you’ll need a VPN to access them from outside the US. Haven’t decided which one to use yet? NordVPN includes a 30-day money-back guarantee, allowing you to stream The Masked Singer risk-free. If you’re unimpressed, just cancel within 30 days to get your money back.

Can I stream The Masked Singer season 10 abroad?

The Masked Singer remains highly popular and has international versions in several countries. Read on to find out how you can watch The Masked Singer where you live:


How to watch The Masked Singer season 9 in Canada

In Canada, CTV will broadcast The Masked Singer season 10 an hour after it’s shown in the US. Although you can watch the most recent episode for free without signing in, you’ll need a cable TV subscription to view the live stream or any episodes that are more than a week old.

CTV is only available in Canada. If you’re currently abroad, you can access it as normal by connecting to one of your VPN’s Canadian servers.


How to watch The Masked Singer season 9 in the UK

The American version of The Masked Singer isn’t actually being shown in the UK. Instead, there’s a British spinoff featuring Joel Dommett as presenter and Jonathan Ross, Davina McCall, Rita Ora, and Mo Gilligan as panelists. It has already been renewed for season 5 and you can stream it live and on-demand via ITVX, which is completely free to use (although you will have to create an account first).

ITV Hub is geo-restricted, so you’ll have to either be in the UK or connected to a British VPN server to watch The Masked Singer UK.


How to watch The Masked Singer season 9 in Australia

Australia isn’t showing season 10 of The Masked Singer either. However, there’s an Australian version which will be returning for its fifth season in September 2023. It’s presented by Osher Günsberg while the panelists are Mel B, Dave Hughes, and Chrissie Swan.

The Masked Singer Australia is available to watch on 10play. Note that while you have to create an account to stream content, this is very straightforward and should only take a minute. 10play is region-locked, so if you’re outside of Australia, you won’t be able to watch without a VPN and Australian IP address.

What can we expect from season 10 of The Masked Singer?

For starters, fans of The Masked Singer have a special episode to commemorate reaching the milestone of a 10th season. This is scheduled to air on Sunday, September 10 and will feature a special celebrity performance, a big unmasking that’s not to be missed, and more.

Nick Cannon is returning as host for season 10, as are panelists Ken Jeong, Nicole Scherzinger, Jenny McCarthy-Wahlberg, and Robin Thicke. Season 10 will feature 16 new masked contestants while themed nights include “Trolls Night”, “Harry Potter Night”, and “NFL Night”, among others.

As usual, season 10 will once again feature a changed-up format featuring three groups of singers. This will lead to special Battle Royal semi-final episodes for each of the three groups. These episodes will see the return of the “Ding Dong Keep It On” Bell, allowing judges to save just one contestant from elimination and send them to the finale. A further shakeup is the addition of wild card contestants — one for each group.