60 Days In following seven innocent participants who enter the dangerous world of incarceration at the Clark County Jail in Jeffersonville, Indiana, in an effort to expose internal issues and what really happens behind bars. As a result of the facility's recent corrupt history, Sheriff Jamey Noel has devised a program where seven participants will live among the facility's general population for 60 days without officers, fellow inmates, or staff knowing their secret. Around-the-clock cameras captured this unparalleled access in an effort to bring problems to light and give viewers a first-hand look as the participants adapt to unfamiliar and terrifying surroundings. 60 Days In is a warts-and-all view of what life is like behind bars, through the eyes of people who have never been charged with a crime or done time.

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Ratings: TVMaze: 8.6/10
Released: March 10, 2016
Runtime: 60 min
Genres: Drama Action Crime
Countries: United States
Companies: A&E

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Marlboro_Man 1 points 3 months ago

o_0 I have serious doubts as to whether or not we’ll even get a season 6 renewal after the BS show dry snitching that totally wrecked the last 2 seasons & cut the show short on both occasions & their seemingly inability to be able to prevent such things from happening. If I were a network producer, I wouldn’t wanna take a third chance on them & would give the show the boot! Luckily for you I’m just a viewer & a huge fan of the show. I’d still love to see a season 6, but only if it’s dropped all at once & totally complete & didn’t get cut short again!

Odie 1 points 3 months ago

Apparently they are coming out with 60 days in: Narco land. July30th I think. Where they do 30/60 days in a jail, and then 30/60 days outside of jails after they are released “undercover” or something. Hahaha shall be worth watching the first episode at least.

8STORY8 -1 points 3 months ago *

I love to watch shows where someone wants to experience a life-style radically different than their own to gain understanding, empathy, and a wider perspective on whatever life-style that is. And in this case, it’s being a prisoner in jail for 60 days.
So, right now I’m fascinated with 60 Days In (2016), which is an experiment of sorts, where-in a diverse group of citizens choose to enter a jail in Clark County, Indiana, US, for their own varying and fascinating reasons and to give the Sheriff and Captain some valuable feedback how they might improve the jail. Since I’m only on season 2 ep.8, and I’ve only watched so far as only about three months ‘real-time’ into the start of this experiment, for me, the jury is still out if whether this experiment is really going to be of lasting value and the suggestions implemented effective. Season 5 is the latest season, so I am keen to keep binge watching and see what does happen. I’m so into it, that I’ve found links that were missing for season 2 and provided them here; and, I’ve been getting a little behind on my regular series that I watch, lol. Glad, I can always catch up again here on the PW!

Marlboro_Man 0 points 3 months ago

Right on, TY!~: )

8STORY8 -1 points 3 months ago *

I’m continuing to Binge-watch after finishing Season 1 & 2. I do recommend starting from the beginning to understand the progression. While, It was somewhat frustrating for me to see the little that appeared was shared in feedback to the Captain and Sheriff by those that went in undercover at their exit debriefings, but clearly after seeing the end of the seasons Specials, I understood, they only showed an edited short version in the participants exited-release episodes; but in the Season Specials, (The Aftermath and Where are They Now?, much more is revealed, made clear. And in Season 2’s particularly the changes that had been implemented because of the feedback from the program and its participants. I’m now understanding since starting S3 that because both 1&2 were aired, it broke the initial jail’s cover, so in S3 it moves to a new jail. But, I do hope they go back and revisit the first one at some point to check-in on progress and developments. I suggest that you could skip the Specials “The Best of” and the ones highlighting 3-4 of the participants journeys because those are simply just repeating summary content of the season that you’ve just watched; Unless you haven’t and you just want a summary, go for it. But, as I said, don’t miss out on the Specials Aftermath and Where are They Now because those are very informative, interesting and moving!