The final presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is tonight at 9 p.m. ET and will be available to watch almost everywhere.
Chris Wallace will moderate the debate in Las Vegas, marking the first time ever that a Fox News journalist had refereed a general election presidential debate. The debate could be one of the most-watched TV events in history as voters are eager to hear the final argument from each candidate.
Wallace has selected the following topics to address: Debt and entitlements, immigration, economy, Supreme Court replacements, foreign hot spots and fitness to be president. NBC, CBS, ABC, CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, Fox Business, PBS, Univision and C-SPAN will show the debate, but if you can’t decide where to watch, don’t worry, TheWrap has you covered.
Lester Holt, Savannah Guthrie and Chuck Todd will lead NBC’s coverage. Tom Brokaw, who has covered every presidential election since 1968, and a team of NBC News correspondents and contributors will provide additional coverage. Holt will also anchor “NBC Nightly News” live from the UNLV campus Wednesday evening.
Gayle King, Norah O’Donnell, Major Garrett, Nancy Cordes, John Dickerson and Bob Schieffer will anchor the network’s coverage. CBSN will provide complete coverage on the network’s streaming service.
George Stephanopoulos will anchor from New York starting at 9 p.m. ET with additional coverage by David Muir, Martha Raddatz, Jonathan Karl, Cecilia Vega, Tom Llamas, Byron Pitts, Cokie Roberts and Matthew Dowd.
ABC News’ digital coverage of the debates will be streamed live on Facebook and ABC News will incorporate viewers’ comments, questions and conversations in the Facebook Live coverage. ABC News’ live streams will also be available on ABCNews.com as well as its apps on mobile and OTT.
“PBS NewsHour” will air the debate in its entirety.
Bret Baier and Megyn Kelly will anchor primetime coverage while their colleague Chris Wallace moderates the debate. The majority of programming on Fox News is live from Las Vegas throughout the day. An extended edition of “The Kelly File” airs live from Vegas following the debate.
Dana Bash, Wolf Blitzer, Erin Burnett, Anderson Cooper and Jake Tapper will anchor CNN’s coverage with more than 20 anchors, correspondents, analysts, reporters and commentators on the ground.
Chris Matthews, Rachel Maddow and Brian Williams lead MSNBC’s coverage with help from Kasie Hunt, Hallie Jackson, Chris Jansing, Steve Kornacki, Andrea Mitchell, Kelly O’Donnell, Joy Reid, Thomas Roberts, Stephanie Ruhle, Benjy Sarlin, Alex Seitz-Wald, Kate Snow, Jacob Soboroff, Katy Tur, and Kristen Welker in Las Vegas; along with Tamron Hall, Craig Melvin, and Lawrence O’Donnell in New York.
Neil Cavuto, Maria Bartiromo and Lou Dobbs will anchor coverage, with Kennedy, Connell McShane and Blake Burman providing additional analysis.
Facebook Live will stream coverage from a variety of networks, including ABC News, C-Span, Fox News, PBS, NowThis, Univision, Telemundo, BuzzFeed, CNBC and The Washington Post.
Additional information will be added as it becomes available.