Alec Baldwin Trial: How to Watch Live 

Alec Baldwin in court, sitting next to his lawyer Luke Nikas

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Alec Baldwin is facing 18 months in prison if convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Halyna Hutchins.

Alec Baldwin’s involuntary manslaughter trial got underway on June 9 in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The Oscar-nominated actor is facing 18 months in prison for his role in the accidental shooting death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins. Baldwin has pleaded not guilty. 

The high-profile case has attracted plenty of media attention, with reporters and onlookers descending on the courthouse to get a glimpse of the star. Those who want to follow along with the proceedings at home can do so via Court TV, which is providing extensive coverage of the trial. 

Alec Baldwin charged with involuntary manslaughter in death of Halyna Hutchins 

Alec Baldwin leaving court in Santa Fe, surrounded by reporters
Alec Baldwin leaves court in Santa Fe, New Mexico, on July 9, 2024 | FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP via Getty Images

Hutchins was killed in October 2021 when she was struck by a bullet from a prop gun held by Baldwin, who was rehearsing a scene from the low-budget western movie Rust. Baldwin has said he did not intentionally pull the trigger and that the gun malfunctioned. Prosecutors dispute that. 

Baldwin is not the first person to face trial as a result of the tragic incident. Rust’s armorer, Hannah Guitierrez-Reed, was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in April 2024 after a jury determined she failed to follow basic safety protocols when it came to handling firearms on set. She is currently serving 18 months in prison. 

Watch Alec Baldwin’s trial live on Court TV 

Court TV is airing Baldwin’s trial live from the Santa Fe County District Courthouse starting with opening statements on July 10. The trial is exptected to wrap up on July 19. Baldwin is in attendance, but it’s not clear yet whether he will testify in his own defense. Court begins each day at 10:30 a.m. MDT.

Court TV is available to watch free via digital antenna and on cable. You can find your local affiliate on the Court TV website. 

The trial is also streaming live on CourtTV.com and on Court TV’s YouTube channel. You can stream Court TV for free with Tubi, Pluto TV, Freevee, and the Roku Channel. It’s also included with live TV streaming services such as YouTube TV, Frndly TV, and Fubo. 

In addition to bringing cameras inside the courtroom to watch as Baldwin’s trial unfolds, Court TV has a team on the ground in New Mexico to provide coverage and commentary. Crime and justice correspondent Matt Johnson and legal correspondent Kelly Krapf will cover the trial from inside the courtroom. Ted Rowlands will anchor coverage for the first week of the trial outside the courthouse. In the second week of the trial, lead anchor Vinnie Politan will provide live reports and host his primetime show Closing Arguments with Vinnie Politan on location. Court TV’s coverage will also include commentary from attorneys, investigators and forensic experts.

Court TV has also produced a documentary, The Case Against Alec Baldwin, which is streaming on its YouTube channel.

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