"The Voice" could be getting a kids version. According to the New York Post, NBC is working on a "Voice" spinoff that would feature contestants between the ages of 8-14.
The Post reports that NBC is looking to film the kid version the same time as the regular adult "Voice" series, but don't expect it for Season 5.
"The Voice Kids" has already been done in Germany, Holland and Finland and Telemundo will launch "La Voz Kids" with both English and Spanish-speaking contestants.
American viewers will remember Fox's "American Juniors" series, a spinoff of "American Idol" that aired for only one season during the summer of 2003. "American Juniors" started off relatively strong in the ratings, but slipped throughout the summer. Fox had planned a second season, but eventually it. "American Juniors" is not without a legacy though: "Pretty Little Liars" star Lucy Hale was one of the winners, earning one of five spots in the American Juniors group; semi-finalist Krisitinia DeBarge had a Top 20 hit with 2009's "Goodbye"; and Tori and Taylor Thompson, who were part of Team Cee Lo on the debut season of "The Voice."
Click over to the New York Post for more on "The Voice Kids."
"The Voice" airs Mondays and Tuesdays, 8 p.m. ET on NBC.