Ten Democratic presidential candidates participate in the first of a two-night event in Miami last month hosted by NBC. (Mike Segar/Reuters)

CNN, the host of the next Democratic presidential primary debate, said Monday that it would conduct a televised “live draw” next week to determine which candidates in the crowded field appear on which night of the two-night event.

NBC, the host of the first debate, conducted a similar process behind closed doors in Manhattan last month to divide the 20 qualifying hopefuls into two packs, with aides standing in for the candidates.

CNN said its process would air July 18 in the 8 p.m. period of its “Anderson Cooper 360” program. Further details on how the draw will unfold will be released later, the network said.

The second Democratic debate is scheduled for July 30 and 31 in Detroit.

CNN announced Monday that three of its anchors — Dana Bash, Don Lemon and Jake Tapper — will moderate.

The network said that the Democratic National Committee will notify the 20 candidates who qualify for the second debate on July 17.

Under DNC qualification rules, candidates must either register 1 percent support in three approved polls or have 65,000 unique donors to their campaign, with a minimum of 200 different donors per state in at least 20 states.

For the first debate, NBC divided candidates into two tiers, based on polling. Candidates from both tiers were randomly assigned to both nights, in an attempt to even out the two stages.

Still, the result was somewhat lopsided, with most of the candidates leading in the polls — including former vice president Joe Biden, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), Sen. Kamala D. Harris (D-Calif.) and South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg — placed onstage together for the second night.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) was the only top-tier candidate onstage the first night.