The remaining five Republican candidates will square off Thursday evening at the University of Houston, just five days before 13 states cast their ballots on Super Tuesday.
The debate will be moderated by CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer and political correspondent Dana Bash, along with some questions from conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt and Telemundo anchor María Celeste Arrarás.
Beginning at 8:30 p.m. ET, live from the Moores School of Music Opera House, the event will feature frontrunner Donald Trump, his two top rivals Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, along with remaining candidates John Kasich and Ben Carson. Trump is coming fresh off his Nevada caucus victory, which capped off several weeks of big primary victories for the reality TV star in New Hampshire and South Carolina.
The debate will likely feature contentious exchanges between Trump's chief rivals—Rubio, Cruz, and Kasich—who are all battling for second place as the business mogul continues to run away with the nomination.
In addition to CNN, the debate will be available to view on CNN International and CNN Español. Viewers without a cable subscription can watch the debate live on CNN.com, for free and without a cable provider login. The debate live stream will also be available on the CNNgo application for mobile and streaming devices like Apple TV or Roku.
Satellite radio subscribers can listen to the debate live via SiriusXM channel 115.