The search to find the next big superstar vocalist has brought many a television network riches and renewed vigor over the last decade, and NBC’s “The Voice” is certainly no exception to the rule. As The New York Times reports, NBC’s musical talent show regularly pulls in 12 million viewers, a no doubt refreshing number for a network that has seen less than stellar ratings overall. What is it that pulls people into “The Voice”? The 2013 Emmy winner for reality competition programming consistently rates #1 with American audiences aged 18 to 49. For some, the talent is the only reason to watch the show. Many of the vocalists that grace the stage are unlike those found anywhere else. Others tune in every week to see their favorite celebrities, whether it’s Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera, CeeLo Green, or Blake Shelton, coach the newfound talent. For most, however, it’s the drama of seeing who will win and who will be headed home each week after a disappointing performance.