Tonight, the major networks are all bracing for huge ratings yet again, mostly because of the showdown between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in the third Presidential Debate. The first two were nasty, intense, and controversial in the eyes of many, and we figure that by the end of this one, there will be some out there wanting to gouge out their eyes. (Too dramatic? Well, the election’s starting to make us feel that way a little bit.)
As per usual with this debate, there are a wide array of different ways in which you can watch. All of the major broadcast networks other than The CW are airing the debate live, while you can also check it out on many cable-news outlets. Chris Wallace of Fox News is moderating said debate, which is why we’ve got Fox News as the cover picture for this article. Given how the moderators have become part of the story for most of the election cycle, we have a sinking feeling that the same sort of thing is going to happen once again here.
As for live streams, we’ve got a couple of different options for you below. The first one is via NBC News, who will be offering up a stream much in the same way to what they did for the previous debate that was put on the air.
Meanwhile, follow the information in the Facebook page below in order to learn a thing or two more regarding how you can watch a live “orchestrated” version of the debate courtesy of “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” This year, the CBS show has figured some rather odd and unique ways to capture attention using Facebook during political debates, and we’re sure that they will continue that tradition moving forward. One thing to especially remember here is that Colbert is going live on Showtime after the election next month for a special.
Check back later tonight, as we’re planning to have even more debate coverage! (Photo: Fox News.)