How to Stream CNN’s Live 2020 Super Tuesday Coverage Online

Just like all the other news networks, CNN will be coming at you with an exhaustive live special report for Super Tuesday

Last Updated: May 26, 2020 @ 7:14 PM

Super Tuesday marks the biggest day yet in the 2020 presidential election cycle, with 14 states holding primary elections on March 3. A lot is at stake, with the biggest contest being the Democratic presidential primary. It’s the playoffs, basically, and with only a handful of candidates left things are getting pretty tense. And CNN, as it does, will be devoting the entire evening to live coverage of the results.

While the Super Tuesday elections will be dominating the news all day Tuesday, most of the networks are holding off on their wall-to-wall live coverage blocs until close to when the polls start closing in some Eastern states at 7 p.m. ET. Not so with CNN, however, which will begin its special report, “America’s Choice 2020: Super Tuesday,” at 4 p.m. ET/1 p.m. PT.

If you tune in to CNN’s special, you’ll be met by the usual faces running the show: Anderson Cooper, Wolf Blitzer, Dana Bash and Jake Tapper. Those four are slated to headline a whopping nine straight hours of coverage, with input from the full roster of CNN correspondents who will report in from all over the country.

Cooper, Blitzer, Bash and Tapper are scheduled to stick around until 1 a.m. ET/10 p.m. PT, but the Super Tuesday special won’t end there — Chris Cuomo and Don Lemon will take over for late-night coverage that will run until “New Day,”  the first of CNN’s daily morning shows, begins at 5 a.m. ET.

In order to stream CNN’s coverage, you’ll have to employ the usual methods of streaming CNN — that is, via CNN Go on the web or in the CNN app. This method will require a cable, satellite or other valid TV login. You also can watch CNN via a streaming television service like Sling or Hulu, and you can snag a free trial from those if you’ve never given them a shot before.

If you’re on the hunt for a free streaming option for Super Tuesday coverage, have no fear. We’ve got all the details you need to catch NBC News’ live special report right here. Additionally, PBS NewsHour streams on YouTube, and CBS News’ 24-hour streaming network is always free.