‘Alec Baldwin Show’ bumped to Saturday time slot after parking controversy

ABC has delivered a blow to hothead actor Alec Baldwin by moving his poorly rated TV show to a less desirable time slot — just days after he was accused of punching a man over a parking spot.

The network announced Tuesday that repeats of “Shark Tank” will replace “The Alec Baldwin Show” pre-taped episodes at 10 p.m. Sundays effective Nov. 18, according to Variety.

The Bloviator’s eponymous show will resume in its new time slot on Saturdays at 10 p.m. beginning Dec. 8.

“The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show Holiday Special” and “The Sound of Music” also will air Sunday nights.

The news comes less than a week after the ill-tempered thespian was arrested for allegedly slugging a guy over a parking spot near his Greenwich Village apartment.

He was released hours later, claiming that the charge he had punched Wojciech Cieszkowski — who had swooped in with his Saab and claimed the spot — was “egregiously misstated.”

“The assertion that I punched anyone over a parking spot is false,” he wrote on his family foundation’s Twitter account.

Baldwin’s show ranks as one of ABC’s lowest-rated programs, and its last episode only attracted 1.5 million viewers, according to Variety, a leading Hollywood trade publication.

The actor recently recognized that his series was on shaky ground.

“We’re making a good show here,” he told The Hollywood Reporter. “I mean, who knows if we survive? ABC’s not doing very well. We could get out there, show four or five episodes, and be dead.”

This is not the first time Baldwin – who has drawn raves for his portrayal of President Trump on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” — has presided over a talk show.

From October to November 2013, he hosted the MSNBC series “Up Late With Alec Baldwin,” but the cable news network canceled that show after just five episodes.

Despite his setback at ABC, Baldwin also hosts the revival of the game show “Match Game” at the network.