NBC's probably hoping so -- the second season of its surprise reality hit 'The Sing Off' premieres tonight, featuring ten a cappella groups from across the country vying for a $100,000 prize and a recording contract.
Puerto Rican group Nota walked away with the title last year, but second-place finishers the Tufts Beelzebubs are the ones still making headlines: the group arranged and recorded the 'Glee' hits 'Teenage Dream' and 'Hey Soul Sister.'
According to TV Guide, there will be several changes to the new season of the show. For starters, there are two more groups competing for the grand prize. That means tougher competition, said judge Shawn Stockman. "The acts that are on this show are serious. You can really tell that this is what they do, this is something that they take very seriously and it makes the show that much better. It gives it that much more validity and value."
An extra episode -- five instead of four, beginning tonight and airing every Monday and Wednesday until the live finale on Dec. 20 -- will allow for more groups to compete. "There was so much talent in the second season and we wanted to try and cover it as much as we could," said host NIck Lachey.