Well, ladies and gentlemen, this is it: the final showdown between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Tonight at 9 p.m. ET, the pair will debate—with no commercial breaks—for 90 minutes at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. 

The third and final debate will be divided into six segments, with the candidates spending around 15 minutes on each topic. Unlike the second, town hall-style debate, this one will be like the first, more traditional debate. Chris Wallace of Fox News will moderate the debate, which will cover immigration, the economy, the Supreme Court, foreign policy, debt and entitlements, and what the debate commission calls "fitness to be president."

Like all the other debates, it's probably harder to avoid tonight's debate than it is to find it. 

It'll be all over TV, from C-SPAN, ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, Univision, and PBS, to CNN, Fox News, Fox Business Network, MSNBC, CNBC, and more.

For the cord-cutters, you can catch it on YouTube, where it'll be streamed by a number of organizations, including the Washington Post, PBS Newshour, C-SPAN, and NBC News.

Facebook will show the debate too, with live-streams from ABC News, Telemundo, PBS Newshour, C-SPAN, Fox News, BuzzFeed News, the New York Times, Univision, and more.

Twitter, with the help of Bloomberg Politics, has you covered too.

If you want to stay off Twitter (after all, it can get messy out there, and we'll round up the best debate tweets for you anyway), many websites will stream the debate on their websites, including Yahoo, Time, the Wall Street Journal, the Huffington Post, Hulu, BuzzFeed News, the Daily Caller, and a host of other organizations. 

You can listen to the debate on the radio too, thanks to NPR.

It's almost certainly going to be a wild showdown. Despite the sniffling candidate's accusation, Hillary Clinton probably won't be getting high before the debate—but, even if she did, she still may be able crush the final presidential debate, given her current lead over Trump.