CNN's Debates will also be live without requiring log-in to a cable provider, exclusively to CNN.com, CNN's apps for iOS and Android and via CNNgo apps for Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire, Chromecast, and Android TV.
The draw to determine the lineup for each night will air live on July 18 in the 8 pm ET hour on CNN, said the network spokesperson, who noted additional details of the draw will be released in the coming days.
July debates will be announced by the DNC and CNN on the evening of July 17. The draw to determine placement will occur the next night.
As the race for the Democratic nomination tightens, the debate offers the presidential hopefuls a chance to make their case to a fixed national television audience and engage directly with their opponents.
Harris, who dominated the second night of the first debate and criticized Biden on race and school busing, is surging Both nationally and in Iowa, according to two post-debate polls.
Mueller's highly anticipated testimony comes as an increasing number of lawmakers, including some 2020 candidates are calling for an impeachment inquiry to begin with the President. Democracy is split on how to handle the issue, with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi opposing impeachment proceedings but an outspoken progressive bloc of the party calling for a stance to be taken against Trump.
The CNN debate brings the Democratic candidates to the battleground state of Michigan, which Trump won in 2016.
A total of 12 presidential primary debates are planned during the 2020 election cycle. Six debates will be held in 2019, and the other six will be held in 2020.