via Time: Like a battle rapper tearing into a weakened opponent, Netflix is gunning for the broadcast networks. So far this fall, the streaming giant has disrupted their premiere season with flashy new scripted series like Ryan Murphy?s The Politician and the elevated police procedural Unbelievable. But its most direct challenge to network prime-time to date is Rhythm + Flow, an uncensored alternative to popular family-friendly singing competitions like The Voice and The Masked Singer.

In a 10-episode season that will roll out over three consecutive Wednesdays starting Oct. 9, the show sends judges Cardi B, Chance the Rapper and T.I. to America?s hip-hop capitals?Los Angeles, New York, Chicago and Atlanta?on the hunt for the next big rapper.

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