After the dust settles from the Democratic debate tonight, "The Kelly File" and "Hannity" will have a jam-packed two hours of live coverage, starting at 11:00pm ET.

Megyn Kelly will get fair and balanced analysis from Charles Krauthammer, Brit Hume, Marc Thiessen, Howard Kurtz and Chris Stirewalt, and talk to DNC Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz.

She'll also have Frank Luntz, who will bring viewers instant reaction from a focus group of voters.

Then, Sean Hannity follows at midnight ET with more powerful reaction that you won’t find anywhere else. Hannity will be joined by Hugh Hewitt, Leslie Marshall, Peter Johnson Jr., Carl Cameron and more. 

In the first debate of the Democratic presidential race, Hillary Clinton will try to fend off the insurgent candidacy of left-wing Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, who leads in recent New Hampshire and Iowa polls.

And even though a podium is reserved for Vice President Joe Biden, he's not expected to show up. 

In the latest Fox News poll, Clinton leads Sanders by 20 points nationally, with Biden trailing by 26 points. However, Biden - who is expected to announce soon whether he'll run - performed better than Clinton in head-to-head matchups against top Republican contenders.