ABC has reportedly moved Alec Baldwin’s talk show off its Sunday time slot and won’t air it again until Dec. 8, Entertainment Weekly reports. The Alec Baldwin Show’s remaining episodes are essentially being buried by the network, and will reportedly air in December on Saturdays at 10 p.m. The vacant Sunday slot will be replaced by Shark Tank reruns. Baldwin’s show debuted on Oct. 14 and only received 2.1 million viewers—reportedly making it the “least-watched show on any major network for the week.” Only 1.5 million viewers tuned in to the show’s three subsequent airings. The magazine reports it is “incredibly unlikely” that more episodes of the show will be ordered. This comes after Baldwin was arrested for allegedly punching a man over a parking-spot dispute last week.