Wednesday night marks the third and final debate of the 2016 presidential race between Donald Trump and Secretary Hillary Clinton -- and it could be a doozy.
The show down, moderated by Chris Wallace of Fox News, kicks-off at 9pm ET/6pm PT, and all the major networks will be streaming the 90-minute screaming match.
However, for those of us who have cut the cord from major cable companies, it's not as easy as just flipping on the television set and tuning into one of the eight channels. Luckily, in 2016, new media has our backs.
Facebook has entered a partnership with ABC News to stream the debate through its Facebook Live platform.
Twitter will stream Bloomberg TV through a dedicated debates.twitter.com page. Here, Twitter will use its social power to crowd source the latest news and chatter from across the social network.
YouTube, which has aired debates in the past, will live stream the debate from streaming partners NBC News, Bloomberg Politics, and The Washington Post.
Other viewing options
If you have your cable subscription still tucked away, CNN Go (on iPhone, iPad, Android, Kindle Fire, Windows 10, Apple TV, or Roku) and Fox News (on iPhone, iPad, Android, Kindle Fire, Windows 10, Apple TV, or Roku) will live stream the debate.
For the future-minded-readers in the crowd, AltspaceVR will stream the debate through a virtual reality viewing party.