There are a bunch of ways to watch the third – and final – presidential debate Wednesday night.
Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton will square off at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, starting at 8 p.m., where they're are expected to address some of the controversy that's come up in both their campaigns recently, as well as talk about their plans if they become president.
And based on the first two debates, this one will probably be just as "contentious, theatrical and unpredictable," CNN says.
Where to watch
Pretty much every TV network will be showing the debate, and those news stations will also be offering their own live streams online via YouTube. Click here to pick the stream you want to watch – or tune into PBS's stream below:
News stations are also providing free streams via their mobile apps, or streaming through devices hooked up to your TV (depending on your cable or satellite subscription). Heavy.com has all those details.
But those aren't the only places you'll be able to catch the debate. Twitter partnered with Bloomberg Politics to provide a feed (watch it here), while ABC News teamed up with Facebook to go live from Las Vegas (watch that feed here).
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