Vice-Presidential Debate live stream


Despite some recent concerns in coronavirus spikes, the Vice-Presidential Debate is still planned for tonight, with some limited safety changes. Candidates will be 13 feet apart and Plexiglass will separate them from each other and the moderator. Mike Pence will debate with Democratic VP nominee Kamala Harris. The debate will happen at the University of Utah starting at 8 pm CT. You have your pick of ways to watch the Vice-Presidential Debate live stream. You can watch on local channels (ABC, NBC, FOX, and CBS). You’ll also be able to find it on cable news channels like MSNBC, FOX News, and CNN. Here’s how you can watch the VP Debate live stream online without cable.

Date/Time: Wednesday, October 7, 2020 at 8:00 pm CT


Watch Online: fuboTV (free 7-day trial), Hulu Live (7-day trial)


Watch the Vice-Presidential Debate Live Stream on fuboTV


fuboTV features most of the channels airing the VP Debate live stream. That means that you can choose the network you prefer to watch the debate. Over 100 channels are included in this package for $65 per month. You can enjoy a variety of channels including ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, FOX News, MSNBC, AMC, A&E, Disney, ESPN, Food Network, FS1, FX, History, Discovery, and much more. You can cancel your account at any time if you choose to do so. You can give fuboTV a shot during the 7-day free trial.

Other features included in your fuboTV account include 3-day replay, an on-demand library, and a cloud-based DVR. If you want extra content, you can watch TV Everywhere apps, or you can add more channels to your account for a fee. You can stream fuboTV on iOS and Android apps, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Roku, gaming consoles, computers, and other devices.

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Watch the VP Debate Streaming on Hulu Live


Hulu Live is another great option for you to watch local and cable news. All of the channels mentioned above are included in this package for $55 per month. Local channels are based on location, but you’ll be able to watch them in most cities. You’ll also have FOX News, MSNBC, CNN, A&E, Disney, ESPN, TNT, USA, TBS, Syfy, History, Discovery, Food Network, and plenty of other shows. Hulu Live is a contract-free service. You can cancel your account whenever you want. Like with other services, Hulu Live starts with a 7-day free trial.

All accounts include access to Hulu on-demand and TV Everywhere apps. You’ll also have a cloud-based DVR with 50-hours of space. Your account will work on most devices including Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, mobile devices, computers, gaming consoles, and more.

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