How to Stream CNN’s Midterm Election Night Results Coverage Live

CNN is dropping its TV subscription requirement Tuesday evening

Last Updated: November 6, 2018 @ 4:05 PM

Here we are on another huge election day in the United States, and you’ve got no shortage of options for where to watch the results come in. And if CNN is your preference for catching all the drama coming out of Tuesday’s midterm elections, the good news is that they’re making it very easy for you.

Starting at 5 p.m. ET/2 p.m. PT, CNN will kick off its midterm election night special, which will be led by Wolf Blitzer, Anderson Cooper and Jake Tapper. At that same time, CNN will make its live streams on CNN.com and the CNNgo app free to everyone, no TV subscription required. The free CNN session will run until 9 a.m. ET/6 a.m. PT on Wednesday morning.

So if you’ve got an internet-connected device, you’ll be able to keep up with everything pretty easily. The CNNgo app is available for mobile devices of all sorts, as well as TV-connect streaming boxes like Roku, Apple TV and Amazon’s Fire TV.

Blitzer, Tapper and Cooper will be joined by the usual array of CNN correspondents and guests throughout the evening. And, as always, John King will be manning CNN’s Magic Wall that will help you keep everything in context.

Once the main show goes off the air late in the evening, anchors Chris Cuomo and Don Lemon will take over hosting duties, with Phil Mattingly taking over the Magic Wall.

If you find yourself in the mood for other styles of TV news coverage of the midterms tonight, you can also stream pretty much any of the other networks that are devoting wall-to-wall coverage to the midterms. Click here for info on NBC News and MSNBC’s plans for the evening. Click here for info on what Fox News is doing. Click here to find out about PBS NewsHour’s plans and how to watch. Click here for everything you need to know about ABC News’ plans. And should you be in the mood for CBS News, you can get all the info you need about their streams here.

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