Tuesday is bringing us the midterm elections, the biggest election day in American politics since the presidential race in 2016. There will be no shortage of options to watch coverage and analysis of the results as they pour in, but if Fox News is your cup of tea, you’ll be happy to know the network has made it easier than ever to watch its results coverage.
That’s because Fox News’ election coverage, which has almost always been locked behind a TV subscription, will be available for free for anyone to watch on YouTube. Fox News will have its YouTube live stream go on the air starting at 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT, which is when the network will begin its results coverage in earnest.
Aside from its YouTube stream, you can watch Fox News in the usual places: on cable, and streaming via the Fox News Go website and app for mobile devices and streaming boxes like Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire TV. To use Fox News Go, you will need a cable or other TV subscription login. If you’re watching Fox News for the long haul on Tuesday night, you’ll eventually have to resort to this option because the free YouTube stream will not run indefinitely.
When you tune in to the Fox News coverage you’ll find it hosted by anchors Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum. You’ll also see the usual suspects weigh in from time to time, like Sean Hannity, Tucker Carlson, Laura Ingraham, John Roberts, Dana Perino, Juan Williams and others. It’s an all-hands-on-deck situation, as you would expect.
Meanwhile, over on Fox Business — which you’ll need to use Fox News Go to stream — you’ll find coverage hasted by Neil Cavuto.
Fox News will, of course, continue its coverage overnight after its big election jamboree concludes, with Ed Henry and Julie Banderas heading up the overnight show starting at 1 a.m. ET/10 p.m. PT.
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 to find out about PBS NewsHour’s plans and how to watch. Click here for the rundown on what NBC News and MSNBC are up to. Click here for everything you need to know about CNN’s coverage. 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.