Where to Watch the Last Presidential Debate Between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump

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With about three weeks until Election Day, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will meet in the last presidential debate on Wednesday, Oct. 19, at the University of Nevada — Las Vegas.

The last presidential debate, which begins at 9pm ET, will be moderated by FOX News’ Chris Wallace and will run 90 minutes. It will follow a format just like the first debate: It will be divided into six time segments of approximately 15 minutes each on major topics to be selected by the moderator and announced at least one week before the debate. The moderator will open each segment with a question, after which each candidate will have two minutes to respond. Candidates will then have an opportunity to respond to each other. The moderator will use the balance of the time in the segment for a deeper discussion of the topic.

Wallace has announced the topics of this last presidential debate as debt and entitlements; immigration; economy; Supreme Court; foreign hot spots; and fitness to be president.

Again, there will be many places to tune in and watch, if only to see what Saturday Night Live will be poking fun at in a few days.

Where To Watch Hillary Clinton And Donald Trump’s Last Presidential Debate Oct. 19 (All Times ET)

ABC — ABC News will offer live coverage of the final presidential debate Oct. 19 from 9-11pm.

BBC World News — BBC World News will offer live coverage of the last presidential debate Oct. 19 beginning at 9pm.

Bloomberg TV — Bloomberg TV’s coverage begins at 9pm, followed by a post-debate show at 10:30pm. A pre-debate program airs at 8:30pm.

C-SPAN & C-SPAN2 — Beginning at 7:30pm, C-SPAN will air a preview that explains the debate format, rules and questions. Then, at 8:30pm, the network goes inside the debate hall. At 9pm, C-SPAN and C-SPAN2 will air the debate live (C-SPAN’s coverage will feature a split-screen showing both candidates throughout the debate). At 10:30pm, C-SPAN will feature live post-debate reaction. C-SPAN2 will feature live coverage from the spin room at 10:30pm. The debate will re-air on C-SPAN at 11:30pm, with the reaction re-airing at 1am. C-SPAN will also be live-streaming the debate at c-span.org.

CBS — Scott Pelley and John Dickerson will lead CBS News’ primetime coverage of the last presidential debate Oct. 19 from 9pm-11pm. They’ll be joined by Nancy Cordes and Major Garrett, while Bob Schieffer will provide commentary after the debates. Dickerson, Cordes and Garrett will also report live from the debate site.

CBSN will offer complete coverage before, during and after each debate, with primetime coverage beginning at 7pm.

CNBC — CNBC’s “Your Money, Your Vote: Presidential Debate” will air live Oct. 19 at 9pm. The broadcast will be anchored by Carl Quintanilla and Kelly Evans from the NASDAQ in New York with additional reporting and analysis from Chief Washington Correspondent John Harwood and Chief International Correspondent Michelle Caruso-Cabrera live from Las Vegas, NV. Michelle Caruso-Cabrera will also co-anchor CNBC’s “Power Lunch” (1-3pm) from Las Vegas on Oct. 19. The debate will also be livestreamed on CNBC.com and the CNBC Facebook page. CNBC.com will have additional coverage and analysis throughout the debate.

CNN — CNN will air the last presidential debate in its entirety Oct. 19 beginning at 9pm. The debate will also livestream on CNN.com. Coverage on CNN will be pre-debate program at 8pm, and followed by a post-debate program at 10:30pm.

Facebook Live — ABC News and Facebook continue to team to air live coverage of the debates. Two hours before the debate, at 7pm, ABC News contributors Matthew Dowd and LZ Granderson will kick off evening coverage on Facebook Live with original series “Strait Talk.” That will be followed by anchored coverage from “Nightline” co-anchor Dan Harris along with Granderson and digital host Amna Nawaz through the completion of the debate, which is scheduled to run from 9-10:30pm.

FOX (broadcast) — FOX News Channel’s Shepard Smith anchors coverage Oct. 19 at 9pm on FOX.

FOX Business Network — FBN will present live coverage of the final presidential debate on. Oct. 19. Coverage of the debate will be available on FBN, as well as on FOXBusinessGO and FOXBusiness.com, where the debate will be live streamed without authentication. Neil Cavuto, anchor and managing editor of business news, will headline the primetime coverage live from the debate site, beginning at 8pm. In addition, Maria Bartiromo will host Election 2016 Special with Maria Bartiromo from 6-7pm and Lou Dobbs will anchor his program Lou Dobbs Tonight (7-8pm) live from Las Vegas. Dobbs will join Cavuto throughout the evening’s coverage along with FBN’s Kennedy, Connell McShane and Blake Burman.

FOX News Channel — FNC coverage will be available on the network, as well as on additional platforms, including FOX News Radio, FOX News Mobile and FOXNews.com, where the debate will livestream for free without authentication.

On the Record with Brit Hume (7pm) kicks off the debate night coverage from Las Vegas, followed by The O’Reilly Factor at 8pm. Special Report’s Bret Baier and The Kelly File’s Megyn Kelly will then co-anchor the pre and post-debate coverage inside the debate hall, beginning at 9pm and extending through 11pm. Baier and Kelly will be joined by a team of commentators for post-debate analysis, including On the Record host and political analyst Brit Hume, The Five’s Dana Perino and political contributors Juan Williams and Tucker Carlson. Following the debate will be a live special edition of The Kelly File (11pm) and a two-hour Hannity (12-2am) from UNLV.

Free Speech TV — Free Speech TV will have an hourlong Democracy Now! pre-debate special at 8pm, followed by coverage of the debate at 9pm, and a Democracy Now! post-debate special at 10:30pm.

Fusion — Fusion features live coverage of the debate Oct. 19 from 9-11pm.

Hulu — A replay of the debate will stream on Hulu starting Oct. 20.

Jimmy Kimmel Live — Jimmy Kimmel will air a live special, Jimmy Kimmel Live: After the Debate, following the third presidential debate. Guests for that night’s show include actress Gal Gadot, Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson and Ken Bone, the undecided voter who became a sensation during the second presidential debate. Bone will serve as a special guest correspondent reporting from Las Vegas.

MSNBC — Following a debate preview at 8pm, MSNBC offers live coverage of the last presidential debate at 9pm, followed by post-debate coverage at 10:30pm.

NBC — NBC News coverage of the final presidential debate airs Oct. 19 at 9pm.

One America News — OAN coverage begins at 9pm on Oct. 19.

PBS — PBS NEWSHOUR presents live coverage (90 minutes) of the presidential candidates’ debates beginning at 9pm, followed by analysis (30 minutes), co-anchored by Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff, with David Brooks, Mark Shields and Amy Walter in studio and NEWSHOUR correspondent John Yang on location.

Telemundo — “Batalla Decisiva,” Telemundo’s coverage of the third presidential debate, will air on all Noticias Telemundo platforms, including Telemundo.com, the Noticias Telemundo mobile app, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Coverage begins Oct. 19 at 9pm and will be led by Noticias Telemundo anchor José Díaz-Balart. Live debate coverage will be followed by a special program featuring more than 10 analysts and correspondents who will present analysis, reports and public reaction from around the country.

Twitter — Twitter will again stream this debate as part of its partnership with Bloomberg Television, and will be preceded and followed by analysis from members of the Bloomberg Politics team.

Univision — The third presidential debate will be broadcast live with simultaneous Spanish translation on the Univision Network, Univision.com, the Univision and Univision Noticias apps, Facebook.com/UnivisionPolítica, Univision Noticias’ YouTube channel, Periscope and Snapchat Live; additionally, it will live stream in English on Facebook.com/UnivisionNews and Univision.com. Viewers can also watch the debate live unauthenticated through their respective cable or satellite provider as well as through Univision NOW, Univision’s direct to consumer live video service of the Univision and UniMás broadcast networks.

A special post-debate program hosted by Univision News’ award-winning anchors Jorge Ramos and María Elena Salinas will feature comprehensive commentary and analysis with special guests.

YouTube — NBC News, CBS News, FOX News, PBS, Univision and Telemundo will carry their broadcast coverage of the third presidential debate live on YouTube, Oct. 19 at 9pm. The Washington Post will also livestream the debate on YouTube.