How to watch today's Jan. 6 committee hearing on the Capitol attack

Catch up on what you missed: January 6 hearing recap

The Jan. 6 House committee investigating the attack on the Capitol will resume its hearings this Thursday after a two-month pause.

The committee has not released an agenda or witness list for the hearing.

The Washington Post reported Wednesday the committee plans to highlight recently obtained Secret Service records and video footage that reveal Trump was continuously alerted to the violence on Jan. 6 and did not stop it, according to three people familiar with the records.

What time is Thursday's Jan. 6 hearing?

The hearing will be at 1 p.m. ET.

Where can you watch Jan. 6 hearing?

USA TODAY will air it on its YouTube channel. C-SPAN will air it, as well as PBS, CNN, CBS, ABC News Live, and MSNBC.

Live updates: January 6 hearing: Watch live as committee set to reveal recent developments

Recap of Jan. 6 committee hearings:

First Hearing: A 'sophisticated' 7-part plan. 'Slipping in people's blood': Takeaways from prime-time Jan. 6 hearing

Second Hearing: Trump ignored aides and evidence he lost, panel says he ripped off donors: Jan. 6 hearing takeaways

Third hearing: Jan. 6 hearing revelations: Trump called Pence a 'wimp' as VP resisted 'pressure campaign' overturn election

Fourth hearing: State election officials tell Jan. 6 committee of pressure, threats from Trump and allies - recap

Fifth hearing: Miss Day 5 of the Jan. 6 hearing? Trump's plan topple the Justice Department and more

Sixth hearing: Miss Day 6 of the Jan. 6 hearing? Trump knew mob was armed and dangerous, bombshell witness says

Seventh hearing: How to watch Day 8 of the Jan. 6 hearings, back in prime time: TV schedule, livestream

Eighth hearing: Miss Day 8 of the Jan. 6 hearings? Trump's inaction during the Capitol riot comes into focus

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Jan 6 committee: How to watch Thursday hearing on Capitol attack