The third and final debate between GOP nominee Donald Trump and Democratic nom Hillary Clinton is tonight at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. The previous two showdowns have done monster ratings as the the media has gone all-in on the 2016 Presidential election: the first debate September 26 at Hofstra University drew a record 84 million TV viewers, while the town-hall-style Debate II on October 9 at Washington University in St. Louis netted 66.5 million.

Here’s how to follow tonight’s debate, scheduled for 90 minutes, that kicks off at 9 PM ET/6 PM PT, moderated by Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace from the Thomas & Mack Center on the UNLV campus:

TV
As was the case for the first debate, tonight’s will be simulcast on all four major broadcast networks ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC. (NBC is back in the mix after airing Sunday Night Football for Debate II.) In addition, PBS, Telemundo and Univision are are airing it live. Among the cable outlets on board: CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, C-SPAN, CNBC, Bloomberg TV and Fox Business News.

Online
All of broadcast and cable news networks will stream the debate on their websites, in addition to politics-heavy sites like the Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, The Daily Caller, the Washington Post and Politico. In addition, Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Ustream and YouTube will also offer live streams.

Radio
NPR is covering live along with local news stations in various cities. SiriusXM is offering coverage on various channels.

Theaters
Regal Cinemas is again offering a live simulcast of the debates in 200-plus locations nationwide. The full list here.