Clinton and Trump are about to go head to head in the third and final Presidential debate, and we've got all the information you need to catch the clash online.
While the tone of the debates hasn't been the classiest thus far, it certainly makes for intriguing watching, and luckily, you'll be able to live stream the whole affair online.
First of all, the debate is scheduled to take place at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas at 9pm ET tonight, which is 2am on Thursday, October 20 in the UK.
Proceedings will be broadcast on Channel 4 in the UK, with coverage starting at 1.30am, which means you can watch using the All4 live service online.
But there's tonnes of other ways to keep up with the debates online, whether it's through a YouTube live stream via C-Span, or, for the millenials out there, via Twitter.
This will be the last chance the two nominees have to debate the issues (which is definitely what happens at these things) ahead of the election on November 8.
And while the polls suggest Clinton's got this one in the bag, many are sceptical of the polls accuracy. Either way, this is certainly one of the most interesting presidential election seasons yet, so it's worth staying up to date with the final debate.
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