Alec Baldwin and family set for reality TV

Alec Baldwin and his family are set to star in their own reality TV show.

The actor and producer has seven children, all under 10 years old, with his wife Hilaria. The couple married in 2012, and had their first child in August 2013.

On Instagram on Tuesday, they announced they will appear on screen in a new TLC series in 2025.

Hilaria teased in the video that “we have an announcement” – joking about another pregnancy – before Alec quickly said: “Good God no”.

He then says: “We’re inviting you into our home to experience the ups and downs; the good, the bad, the wild and the crazy.

“Home is the place we love to be most.”

In a statement reported by Sky’s partner NBC, TLC network said: “Alec and Hilaria Baldwin have been making headlines since they were married nearly 12 years ago.

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“In this TLC follow-doc series, Alec and Hilaria invite viewers into the home they share with their seven growing kids.

“For the first time, they’re opening up their family lives and bringing everyone in to join in the nonstop love, laughter and drama.”

The announcement comes a month before Alec stands trial again for involuntary manslaughter over a fatal shooting on the set of Rust in 2021.

A Colt 45 that Baldwin was holding fired while filming at the time, killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and injuring director Joel Souza.

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Baldwin has said he did not pull the trigger and has pleaded not guilty to the charge. If convicted, the actor could spend up to 18 months in prison.

A judge rejected Baldwin’s request to dismiss his criminal charge in May, meaning the trial is set to go ahead in July.

It also comes after the film’s weapons supervisor Hannah Gutierrez-Reed received the maximum sentence of 18 months in prison after being convicted of involuntary manslaughter in April.

She filed an appeal against her conviction.

Source : Sky News