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Fifth Democratic Debate - Stream & Watch the 2020 Democratic Presidential Primary Candidates Debate

The fifth debate between 2020 Democratic presidential primary candidates is happening on Wednesday evening (Nov. 20), beginning at 9 p.m. ET.

The event is taking place at Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta, Georgia, and is being co-hosted by MSNBC and The Washington Post.

The all-female moderator team includes Rachel Maddow, Andrea Mitchell, Kristen Welker and Ashley Parker.

The candidates participating are Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar, New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker, South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, former Vice President Joe Biden, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, California Sen. Kamala Harris, businessman Tom Steyer, Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard and entrepreneur Andrew Yang.

To watch, a live stream will air on WashingtonPost.com and MSNBC.com, as well as their respective apps. The debate will air until 11 p.m. ET.

Kate McKinnon Plays Elizabeth Warren & Spoofs 'RuPaul's Drag Race' During 'SNL' CNN Equality Town Hall Cold Open - Watch!

Kate McKinnon is having a hilarious time portraying Elizabeth Warren!

The 35-year-old Saturday Night Live star portrayed the presidential hopeful during the “CNN Equality Town Hall Cold Open” skit during Saturday’s (October 12) show.

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The Town Hall 2020 candidates also included Cory Booker (Chris Redd), Pete Buttigieg (Colin Jost), Julian Castro (Lin-Manuel Miranda) and Joe Biden (Woody Harrelson) discussing LGBTQ issues.

At one point, Kate amusingly recreated Sasha Velour‘s epic winning rose petal wig reveal moment from the RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 9 finale.

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Watch the SNL cold open inside…

Larry David & Maya Rudolph Return to 'SNL' for DNC Town Hall Skit - Watch!

Larry David and Maya Rudolph are back on Saturday Night Live!

The Curb Your Enthusiasm actor and Bridesmaids actress appeared in the “CNN Impeachment Town Hall” skit as Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris on Saturday (September 28).

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The skit featured Democratic presidential candidates Beto O’Rourke (Alex Moffat), Andrew Yang (Bowen Yang), Pete Buttigieg (Colin Jost), Elizabeth Warren (Kate McKinnon) and Marianne Williamson (Chloe Fineman).

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Democratic Debates Night 3 - Who Is Debating & How to Watch

The 2020 Democratic Debates are continuing on Thursday night (September 12).

The third Democratic debate will be televised live beginning at 8 p.m. ET from Texas Southern University in Houston, Texas.

To qualify for the third debate, candidates must have received donations from at least 130,000 unique donors and earned 2% or more support in at least four national polls through August.

The debate will air on ABC and Univision. ABC News will livestream the debate on ABC News Live, as well as on Roku, Hulu, AppleTV, Amazon Fire TV, YouTube, Apple News, Facebook, Twitter, and the ABC News, Good Morning America and FiveThirtyEight websites and mobile phone apps. Univision News will also livestream the debate on all digital platforms including Facebook, YouTube and Periscope.

The debate candidates will be: Senator Amy Klobuchar, Senator Cory Booker, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Senator Bernie Sanders, Former Vice President Joe Biden, Senator Elizabeth Warren, Senator Kamala Harris, Andrew Yang, Former Representative Beto O’Rourke and Former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro.

George Stephanopoulos, David Muir, Linsey Davis and Jorge Ramos will moderate the debate.

Here's How to Watch the First 2020 Democratic Debate

Democrats are going head-to-head in the first 2020 presidential debate!

The first Democratic debates will take place over two nights as the 20 candidates cover pressing topics and campaign strategies for viewers across the country.

The first debate happens TONIGHT (June 26) from 9-11 p.m. ET on NBC, MSNBC, and Telemundo. The second will air Thursday at the same time.

NBCNews.com, MSNBC.com and YouTube have live feeds of the events as well.

Wednesday’s debate includes Sen. Elizabeth Warren, former Rep. Beto O’Rourke, Sen. Cory Booker, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, Gov. Jay Inslee, Mayor Bill de Blasio, former Rep. John Delaney, Rep. Tim Ryan, and former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro.

Thursday will feature former Vice President Joe Biden, Sen. Bernie Sanders, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Sen. Kamala Harris, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, Sen. Michael Bennet, Rep. Eric Swalwell, former Gov. John Hickenlooper, author Marianne Williamson, and businessman Andrew Yang.

Lester Holt, Rachel Maddow, Chuck Todd, Savannah Guthrie, and Jose Diaz-Balart will serve as moderators.

Each debate is two hours long, consisting of five parts with four commercial breaks. Candidates have one minute to respond to questions and 30 seconds for follow-ups.

As there are so many speakers, the candidates will only make closing statements and not opening remarks.

The next debates will happen on July 30 and 31.

READ MORE: President Hopeful Elizabeth Warren Disagrees With ‘Game of Thrones’ Ending

President Hopeful Elizabeth Warren Disagrees With 'Game of Thrones' Ending

Elizabeth Warren is weighing in on the end of Game of Thrones!

The Massachusetts Senator and presidential hopeful weighed in on the ending on Capitol Hill on Wednesday (May 22) when asked by paparazzi for her thoughts on Bran becoming King in the final episode.

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“Bran is like the least engaged of all the people there, and we had all this great character development, and he’s kind of like the one whose never been a part of any part of it,” she explained.

She was also asked about Daenerys’ controversial character development in the final season, and whether she was concerned the same thing could happen to her in her presidential run: “Nobody’s rewriting my character. I’ll take care of them,” she responded.