How To Watch The House Jan. 6 Committee’s Final Meeting


The House committee investigating the Capitol attack on Jan. 6, 2021, will meet Monday at 1 p.m. to vote on potential recommendations to the Justice Department to prosecute suspects for their roles.

The committee will weigh in on the conduct of former President Donald Trump and a constellation of former advisers and allies who sought to deny President Joe Biden’s election. The recommendations would be non-binding, but the Justice Department has a special counsel investigating the riot and the effort to overturn the 2020 election.

Rep. Adam Schiff, a member of the Jan. 6 committee, told CNN’s State of the Union that the panel will also consider potential actions against lawmakers who ignored congressional subpoenas.

“We have weighed, what is the remedy for members of Congress? Is it a criminal referral to another branch of government or is it better that the Congress police its own?” said Schiff, D-Calif.

The Jan. 6 committee will release its final report Dec. 21.

The House has already impeached Trump on charges he incited the insurrection, but he was acquitted in a Senate trial. Several committee members have suggested he could face criminal charges for inciting the violence.

What time is Monday’s Jan. 6 hearing?
The final Jan. 6 committee hearing will begin at 1 p.m. ET on Dec. 19

How To Watch The Jan. 6 Hearing

You can stream every hearing for free on the Select Committee’s YouTube channel or in the player below. Once the next hearing is underway, the live webcast will automatically begin.

Many news outlets will stream the public hearings directly on their website. Some sources may also stream live coverage on social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.

Below is a list of confirmed news sites that will host live coverage of the public hearings.

ABC News
Associated Press
CBS News
NBC News Now
LiveNOW from FOX
PBS NewsHour
The New York Times
The Washington Post
USA Today
You may prefer to watch events like these on a bigger screen than a computer or mobile device. If that’s the case, you’ll want to check out free streaming platforms like Pluto TV, The Roku Channel, and Tubi, where some of the outlets listed above have dedicated 24/7 news channels.

The streaming service Peacock will also cover the committee hearings. All you need to do is sign up for a free account, and you’ll get access to NBC News Now through Peacock’s live TV channels. Premium Peacock subscribers will also have access to MSNBC’s special coverage.

Other ways to watch the committee hearings
If you already subscribe to a cable, satellite, or live TV streaming service, you’ll most likely find live coverage of the first hearing on your preferred news channel. The following networks will report live from the hearing. You can stream them online by selecting the link below and signing in with your TV service provider.

Fox Business Network

What are the committee hearings?
The House Select Committee investigating the January 6, 2021, US Capitol riot scheduled a series of hearings to present its findings to the public. The hearings will feature live witness testimony and pre-recorded testimony obtained by the committee during its 11-month investigation.

The committee previously held a public testimony in July 2021. Capitol Hill and Washington DC law enforcement officers provided their accounts of what happened on the day of the attack. The testimony kicked off the committee’s investigation—accumulating to the June and July 2022 hearings.