The second U.S. presidential debate of 2016 is bound to gain more viewers than the first debate, as Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump face off amid recent scandals. Given the unexpectedly sharp turn of events this week, both candidates will have to regroup and re-strategize their presentations. Juicy scandals surfaced in the wild this week involving both presidential hopefuls. First there was Clinton’s Wikileaks “can’t we just drone this guy?” leaked email comments, followed by “Trump Tapes” which is a leaked 2005 audio recording of Trump making lewd remarks towards women. If you happened to miss the first presidential debate of 2016, you won’t want to miss this second next one. Grab your popcorn and get ready for round two, the debates kick off Sunday night at 9PM Eastern Time. If you’re looking for a way to watch the second U.S. presidential debate on your PC, smartphone or tablet, there are a number ways you can live stream and follow the second presidential debate online. Catch all of the anticipated drama in real time and even join in on the conversation on social media, among a collective of peers.

Direct News Sites and Apps: Of course, most of the top dog media stations are live streaming the second presidential debate of 2016 online. Point your PC, smartphone or tablets browser to the websites and mobile apps of ABC News, CBS News, CNN, Fox Business, and Reuters for a real-time stream. Some apps such as ABC News require you to validate your cable TV subscription in order to access the live stream so be sure to have your login information handy.  

YouTube: Another alternative route you can take to watch the presidential debate on your PC, smartphone or tablet is by heading over to YouTube. Google’s video site is sure to have a boatload of live streams to watch, many of them with commentary and witty banter. Search YouTube for political news authorities such as Bloomberg, Fox News, NBC News, PBS, Telemundo, and the Washington Post for their live feeds of this must see second presidential debate of 2016.

Facebook Live: Millions of people will flock to social media for up to the minute coverage of the second presidential debate. Thanks to an ABC News and Facebook partnership, you can watch its ad-free live stream as well as simultaneous commentary from viewers. Alternatively, you can check out the part two of the presidential debate via the Facebook Live streams of BuzzFeed, CNBC, C-SPAN, Fox News, the New York Times, PBS, and Telemundo.

Twitter: For live debate coverage, Twitter has a partnership with Bloomberg to deliver a live stream of the debates. There’s also simultaneous on-air analysis as well as a non-stop stream of tweets as people watch the event. Head over to on the Web via your PC. If you’re on the move, you can also keep watch the presidential debate on your smartphone or tablet via the official Twitter app under the #debate Live hashtag.