What time does the Comey hearing start on Thursday and how can you watch former F.B.I. Director James Comey testify in front of the Senate Intelligence Committee live streaming online, via mobile apps, or on TV?

Here's everything you need to know so you don't miss a minute of the hearing that will take place at the Hart Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. We've provided not only the start time and viewing options, but a list of live blogs and Twitter information to keep you in-the-know about today's testimony.

Comey testimony start time

Start time: The hearing will begin at 10 a.m. ET on Thursday, June 8. According to the NY Times, Comey will deliver his opening remarks via a prepared statement that was released to the media on Wednesday. His statement will be followed by a Q&A session by the Senate panel. Comey will also appear in front of the panel in the afternoon, but that will be a closed-door session that will not be broadcast to the public.

Viewing options for Comey testimony

Thursday's hearing will be broadcast on most major news networks and cable news outlets. CNN, MSNBC, and FOX will all be offering a live broadcast and analysis of Comey's testimony.

Live stream: CNN, MSNBC, FOX News, CNBC, NBC News, CBS, PBS, C-SPAN, and ABC News will all provide live stream coverage of Comey's testimony.

Some cable networks require a login to watch, but this may not be the case today. During high-profile events, some networks offer free viewing for a specific period of time. Most networks will be offering commentary starting an hour before the 10 a.m. testimony.

Mobile Apps: Most of the cable news networks listed above have mobile apps for iPhone, iPad, and Android smartphones and tablets.

Head over to CNNgo or FOXNewsGo for information on how to download their apps for free. Again, a cable login may be required for some broadcasts. NBC News announced that it will also offer a free live stream coverage on their free mobile app, available for iPhone/iPad or Android.

TV stations: Some, not all, television stations will interrupt programming to broadcast the Comey hearing.

If you don't have cable, check your local ABC, CBS, or NBC television station for information.

Twitter and live blog coverage

Twitter is a great place to get the latest updates and commentary on the Comey testimony. Of note, President Donald Trump may send out tweets during the hearing, so you may want to follow @realDonaldTrump on Twitter.

The New York Times will be offering live coverage and updates about the Comey hearing on Thursday. The Wall Street Journal also has real-time coverage of the testimony on their home page.