How To Watch The Presidential Debates If You Don't Have A TV

Not that finding it will be hard...

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Hillary Clinton formally accepts the Democratic Party's nomination for President on the fourth night of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, July 28, 2016. She and Republican nominee Donald Trump will have their first debate September 26 at 9 P.M.Ali Shaker/VOA via Wikimedia Commons

Wondering where to watch the presidential debates as Trump and Clinton finally face off? We've got good news: it'll be hard to miss them. Pretty much every social media app, network website, and news channel in broadcast and cable will have live coverage of the debates, starting next week.

The first debate is Monday, September 26 at 9 P. M. EST, and will run 90 minutes.

During that time, you'll be able to watch the livestream on Twitter and Youtube, as well as Facebook through its partnership with ABC.

That's not to say these are the only places you can see it. On TV, it will be broadcast live without commercial breaks on ABC, CBS, several Fox channels, NBC, MSNBC, CNN and C-SPAN. So, you don't need cable, but can watch it on cable too. And even if you don't have any TV, an internet connection will get you access to the stream on ABC News, BuzzFeed News, CBS News, CNN, C-SPAN, Fox News, Fox Business Network, Hulu, NBC, PBS, Politico, Telemundo, The Wall Street Journal, Univision, and Yahoo.

Honestly, for 90 minutes it's going to be pretty impossible not to see the debates, which is good for America--better informed voters, etc.

Basically, just go to any social media app, website, or service you normally visit and if it doesn't pop up immediately, there will be a link.