Tonight is the third Republican debate for the 2016 presidential primary, and it’s hosted by CNBC. You can watch it on TV or stream it online, but you’ll need cable credentials to do so.
The first part of the debate, starting at 6 PM ET/3 PM PT, will feature a smaller lineup with candidates lower in the polls, including Rick Santorum, Bobby Jindal, George Pataki, and Lindsey Graham. The top 10 candidates (Donald Trump, Ben Carson, and the rest) will come on stage at 8 PM ET/5 PM PT.
You can watch the live stream on CNBC.com here or on CNBC’s Android, iOS, and Apple TV apps. You will need to provide cable credentials for all streaming options. Thankfully, cable credentials aren’t that hard to come by (if you have generous friends or family), but if you really can’t get them, I’d bet money that it’ll show up somewhere on YouTube, just like the first one did.