Tuesday night, vice presidential candidates Mike Pence and Tim Kaine will square off in a debate moderated by CBS News' Elaine Quijano. We've already given you 7 reasons why you should watch the debate, and now we're here to help with how.
The 90-minute, commercial-free debate—the only televised vice-presidential debate of the election—will kick off at 9 p.m. ET at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia. During the debate's hour and a half runtime, the candidates will debate nine different topics for 10 minutes each.
While it almost certainly won't be as widely watched as the first presidential debate, it'll still be available to watch just about everywhere.
On TV, all broadcast channels and cable news networks will show it, including ABC, NBC, Fox, CBS, Univision, Telemundo, C-SPAN, CNN MSNBC, Fox News, and Fox Business.
NPR has you covered if you want to listen to the debate on the radio.
On Facebook, you can catch streams from many different news organizations like ABC News, C-SPAN, PBS, Fox News, The New York Times, Telemundo, Univision, BuzzFeed, and CNBC.
Twitter will offer livestreaming from Bloomberg Politics as well.
Like the presidential debate, this debate is available to watch in virtual reality because of NBC's partnership with AltspaceVR.
Tim Kaine will be on his home turf for the debate, having served as both governor and senator for Virginia. The harmonica-player and dad-joke enthusiast has been described as a "safe" pick for VP, since, as Clinton put it, "Senator Tim Kaine is everything Donald Trump and Mike Pence are not." But as long as Kaine can spark some solid dad jokes, we'll count it as a victory.
The Republican VP nominee, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, often finds himself defending Trump for saying ridiculous things (like when he called out Trump's proposed Muslim ban as "offensive and unconstitutional"), despite claiming that "name calling" has no place in politics.
On his own, though, the widely unknown Pence doesn't have the best record either when it comes to women, immigrants, and LGBTQ people. Leading up to the debate, Pence has been called the "smoother side" of the GOP ticket, though that's a very low bar when your running mate is Donald Trump.
The next presidential debate between Clinton and Trump will be on Sunday, Oct. 9 at 9 p.m. EST.