In light of coronavirus precautions, the upcoming Democratic Debate was relocated from Arizona to Washington DC, in an effort to reduce travel. The debate will have the two remaining candidates, Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders, going head to head without a live audience in attendance.
Date and Time
The event will air on CNN and Univision on Sunday, March 15 at 8 p.m. ET.
How to Watch
CNN will make the debate available on CNN.com for free, without requiring a cable provider to login.
You can also watch CNN live on these streaming services.
Sling TV – CNN is available on both Sling TV’s Blue and Orange plans. Both are $30/month.
Hulu – Hulu with Live TV costs $55/month and includes CNN in its lineup.
AT&T TV NOW – The AT&T TV NOW Plus package, the service’s basic plan, includes CNN. The Plus package costs $65/month.
YouTube TV – YouTube TV costs $50/month and includes CNN in its lineup.
FuboTV – A fuboTV subscription costs $55/month. With fuboTV, you’ll get both CNN and Univision which will air the Spanish language broadcast of the debate.
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