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Alec Baldwin to star in family reality show on TLC

The actor, who faces trial next month for alleged murder, remains the target of controversy

Alec Baldwin and his wife Hilaria announced that they will star in their own reality show. It clearly seems incredible that the Hollywood actor, linked to the controversy of the murder of the cinematographer of the film “Rust”, intends to jump onto the screen when he is still in the crosshairs of justice. Not even knowing the fate that awaits him if he is found guilty.

Despite this, his role as a family man, perhaps seeking to raise awareness among audiences, will be the protagonist of the TV program. The show will expose his life with his seven children under the age of 10 and will be seen on TLC. It will arrive under the tentative title “The Baldwins” and its premiere is scheduled for 2025.

“We invite you into our home to experience the highs and the lows, the good, the bad, the wild and the crazy,” Baldwin said in a video he shared on Instagram yesterday.

The clip concludes with a chaotic shot of their little ones screaming and the parents struggling to organize them for a group photo.

According to the AP agency, the couple married in July 2012 and welcomed their first child in August 2013. Baldwin was previously married to actress Kim Basinger, who had his eldest daughter, Ireland.

In the dock

Baldwin faces trial next month on charges of involuntary manslaughter after participating in a fatal shooting on the set of the film “Rust” in 2021 that left one victim dead. Since being formally charged, Baldwin has pleaded not guilty. The charge carries a maximum sentence of 18 months in prison.

During the filming of the western film, which Baldwin produced and starred in, a revolver the actor was holding discharged, killing Halyna Hutchins and wounding director Joel Souza. Baldwin has been adamant that he did not pull the trigger.

In April, the film's weapons supervisor, Hannah Gutierrez-Reed, received the maximum sentence of 18 months in a New Mexico state penitentiary. She was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter after a jury determined she did not follow gun safety protocols.

Baldwin's legal team attempted to dismiss the charge against him, but Judge Mary Marlowe Sommer, who also presided over Gutierrez-Reed's case, upheld the charge in May.

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