Last month, James Comey was fired without warning by President Donald Trump.
On Thursday morning at 10 a.m. ET, the former FBI director just might have his revenge when he testifies before the Senate Intelligence Committee.
While Comey’s prepared remarks have already been released to the public—with talk of “hookers in Russia” and an awkward request for loyalty—the hearing still promises to be interesting to say the least.
Here’s how you can tune in and keep up.
CBS, PBS, NBC, ABC, C-SPAN, Fox News, CNN, Telemundo (Spanish), Univision (Spanish), Bloomberg, CNBC, and MSNBC will air live broadcasts of the much-anticipated hearing, with preliminary coverage beginning between 9 a.m. and 9:30 a.m.
No cable? No problem. While most of the above networks are livestreaming the hearing (and some, like Fox, do not require you to log in with your cable provider), there are some no-subscription-required options for streaming the hearing: Facebook Live (through the Los Angeles Times, BuzzFeed, Politico, and others), as well as livestreams on YouTube. Also, feel free to follow along on Twitter, as most reporters and news outlets will be live-tweeting the hearing.
If you’re on your way to work at 10 a.m., don’t fret. CBS News Radio is offering live coverage and analysis of the hearings, so you can listen from behind the wheel.
If you somehow manage to miss all of these, don’t worry. CNN has already promised it will make the coverage available On Demand so you can watch later, perhaps with a glass of wine (you’ll probably need it).