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How to Watch ABC’s Democratic Debate For Free on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, and More

White HouseLooking to watch the Democratic Debate this week? Coverage will be airing September 12, 2019 starting at 8 p.m. EST on ABC. The good news is as a cord cutter you have many options to stream the debate on your Roku, Fire TV, and Apple TV.

Here is our short guide on how to watch the Democratic Debates as a cord cutter:


ABC will stream the September 12th, 2019 Democratic Debate for free on YouTube HERE. The best part is you can use your YouTube app on most streaming players to watch the debate for free.

Other Free Options:

ABC will stream the debate for free with the ABC app on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, iOS and Android. You will also be able to watch it for free on ABC.com.

How to Stream Democratic Debates on ABC Using a Live TV Streaming Service:

Live TV Streaming Services

Hulu With Live TV costs just $44.99 with a free trial for new customers and includes ABC in most areas.

PlayStation Vue starts at $44.99 a month and offers a 5-day free trial with ABC included.

YouTube TV is just $49.99 and includes most locals including ABC.

AT&T TV NOW starts at $50 a month. You can also get a 7-day free trial to test out the service before you pay.

Editors Note: Cord Cutters News has for years now offered guides on how to watch major events. During the last election, we covered both Democratic and Republican. This year only the Democratic party is having debates. Posting about how to watch a debate or convention is not an endorsement.

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