TVLine Items: Voice Vote Hits Twitter, Party Down Vet Makes Blockbuster Goldbergs Visit and More

TheVoiceThe Voice might well be starting a new trend(ing topic).

NBC’s singing competition series is bringing the vote to Twitter on Tuesday, Nov. 12, with the all-new “Instant Save.”

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Here’s how it works: America will have the chance to save one of the week’s bottom-three artists by tweeting the name of their favorite, along with “#VoiceSave,” during a five-minute period. Those votes will then be tallied, and the rescued contestant will be announced live.

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• Party Down‘s Martin Starr is bound for The Goldbergs, EW.com reports,where he’ll play a video store employee who takes his job way too seriously.

Daily Show‘s Kristen Schaal and Rich Blomquist have teamed with scribes Phil Lord and Chris Miller (21 Jump Street) on American Monster, a comedy project for ABC. Per our sister site Deadline, the comedy follows a woman who becomes an unlikely celebrity when she goes on trial for a major murder. Schaal is slated to star.

Rome/Luck alumna Kerry Condon has boarded NBC’s midseason drama Believe, Deadline reports. The series centers on Bo, a gifted young girl, and the man sprung from prison tasked with protecting her from the evil elements that hunt her power. Condon plays a woman who considers herself the mother of a unique group of people, including Bo.

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