Alec Baldwin’s bizarre move amid shooting trial

Alec Baldwin gives reality TV.

The Oscar nominee and his wife Hilaria Baldwin announced Tuesday that they will star in a TLC reality show called The Baldwins in addition to their seven children.

“Coming in 2025,” the couple captioned their Instagram reveal.

In a social media upload, Alec, 66, and Hilaria, 40, tried to get Carmen, 10, Rafael, 8, Leonardo, 7, Romeo, 6, Eduardo, 3, Marío Lucío, 3, and Ilario, 1, together for a family photo.

“We invite you into our home to experience the ups and downs, the good, the bad, the wild and the crazy,” the actor said while playing chaotic footage of the home.

“Home is our favorite place,” he continued.

Elsewhere in the clip, Hilaria explained that they were “done with kids.”

Alec, who is also father to daughter Ireland, 28, with ex-wife Kim Basinger, previously teased their family’s reality TV debut on an episode of Kelly Ripa’s Let’s talk on camera podcast.

“This reality show [possibility] it was all about being able to stay home and just work from home,” he said in November 2023. “I’m desperate to work from New York.”

The 30 Rock star told listeners that he and Hilaria “heard suggestions” and made “one or two” of their own.

Ripa said she was “going to be watching,” joking that she believed the couple was living in “total freaking chaos.”

Alec confirmed her suspicion that she and her husband “don’t do horrible things anymore” because their little ones “have taken over every aspect [their] of life.”

The duo married in June 2012 and welcomed their first child together the following year.

In April, reports surfaced that Hilaria was joining The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills – and original cast member Kyle Richards called the yoga instructor his “dream” co-star.

“She lives in New York, but she might move,” Richards mused on Ripa’s podcast in March.

The announcement of Baldwin’s reality show comes a month before the actor goes on trial in New Mexico on involuntary manslaughter charges.

Cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, 42, died on the set of Rust in 2021 when a prop gun held by a Hollywood actor discharged live ammunition.

In January, authorities charged Baldwin with involuntary manslaughter after they determined he pulled the trigger. The actor denies the allegations and his defense team is trying to rebut the case.

This article originally appeared on Page Six and has been reproduced with permission

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