The reality series moves to Atlanta for the next two seasons.
January 30, 2017
A&E announced today that 60 Days In has been renewed for two additional seasons. The docu-series premiered early last year and already has two seasons under its belt. Reception to the new show has been strong, with it ranking as 2016's top unscripted crime-related series on cable TV among key demographics and total viewers (Live+7).
60 Days In follows innocent civilians who agree to enter an unprecedented program in which they pose as prisoners within the dangerous walls of a correctional facility. For Seasons 3 and 4, the show is moving inside Atlanta's Fulton County Jail, which houses five times the number of inmates as previous seasons. Two groups of participants will participate over the upcoming two seasons, with males and females this time separated in two different facilities.
Season 3 of 60 Days In premieres on Thursday, March 2 at 9:00pm.
08/02/17 at 05:34pm
When does season 4 start ???
06/22/17 at 12:39pm
When does season 4 start
05/22/17 at 06:27pm
Can we stop pretending that jail is for rehabilitation? Jail is not meant for making people "better". We lock people up, to separate ourselves from criminals. Crime is a choice. This show brings a smile to my face. Stop pretending you care about dumb ass criminals. You don't. Watch them screw up. It's fun!!)))
02/09/17 at 09:47am
It's an interesting premise for a show, but I just can't bring myself to watch it (I did see about 20 mins of one episode). It's not that I like or dislike the show, I just can't bring myself to watch something so exploitative for entertainment purposes. Maybe if the program focused on developing rehabilitation programs or something that focused on doing something to help bring funding to prisons that do desperately need it. But that's just my personal opinion, I'm not the kind of person that rails on others for watching something I personally don't like. If you enjoy it, that's fine with me.
02/08/17 at 05:45pm
Somebody gets the Shank
02/05/17 at 11:29am
Brad, I have first-hand experience of jail and you are absolutely correct, this show gives a great insight of being in jail, but it is very limited, just to the pods. Most of what happens in jail you do not see on the show, unfortunately.
01/31/17 at 05:48am
Glad to hear it. While I know all reality TV has editing for entertainment's sake, this series seems closest to giving you the feeling of being in there with them and the stuff they go through.