URBANDALE, IA – JANUARY 15: Dave Wehmas, a supporter of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump waits in line to attend a caucus training event followed by a free showing of the movie “13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi.” at the Cobblestone Theater in Urbandale, Iowa on Friday January 15, 2016. Trump rented out a section of the theater and gave free tickets of the much anticipated movie. (Photo by Steve Pope/Getty Images)

Election Day is thankfully almost here and AMC Theaters is looking to cash in on one of the most hotly-contested Presidential elections in history.

On Nov. 8, AMC will be broadcasting CNN’s election coverage live on its big screens at 50 theaters in 25 markets. Aside from watching supporters on both sides scream at each other on the big screen, those who go to a participating theater will be able to choose whether they want to watch the election coverage with Republicans or Democrats.

AMC isn’t the first theater company to try and capitalize on the popular and wild election. Regal Cinemas televised the debates in some of their theaters, but they did not separate theaters by political ideologies. Here’s why AMC decided to divide up Clinton and Trump supporters. No word on those who are supporting third-party candidates will watch.

“On Election Night, as Americans gather in their communities to watch the conclusion of this historic election, we recognize that Democrats want to cheer with fellow Democrats and Republicans cheer with fellow Republicans,” AMC’s Executive VP Elizabeth Frank said in a statement.

The 25 markets appear to be among the biggest and include markets in swing states such as Miami, Denver and Columbus.

With as crazy as this election cycle has been, watching it on a movie theater screen almost seems natural. We know popcorn will be needed as the results are revealed. Based on past results, there will probably be something worth watching. Let’s just hope they put those chosen theaters on opposite sides of the building.

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