A&E remains behind bars. The second season of the 60 Days In TV show premieres Thursday, August 18, 2016 at 9:00pm ET/PT, with a two hour debut event. The show features Sheriff Jamey Noel and Captain Scottie Maples of Indiana’s Clark County Jail. The innocent undercover participants in the season two of 60 Days In are: Quintin, Monalisa, Dion, Chris, Brian, Ashleigh, Ryan, and Sheri. Check out their photos, below.
The 60 Days In TV series is produced by Lucky 8 TV for A&E. Gregory Henry, Kimberly Woodard, Isaac Holub, and Jeff Grogan executive produce for Lucky 8 TV. Elaine Frontain Bryant, Shelly Tatro, Drew Tappon, and Brad Holcman executive produce for A&E Networks.
Get the details about 60 Days In, season two, excerpted from a multi-show press release.
A&E NETWORK’S HIT ORIGINAL DOCUSERIES RETURNS
’60 DAYS IN’ SEASON TWO DEBUTS WITH A TWO HOUR PREMIERE EVENT ON THURSDAY, AUGUST 18 AT 9 & 10PM ET/PT
NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 3, 2016 – Cable’s #1 new non-fiction series “60 Days In,” following innocent civilians posing as inmates, returns for season two with a two hour premiere event on Thursday, August 18 at 9PM and 10PM ET/PT on A&E. [The] series [is] produced by Lucky 8 TV.
On the new season of “60 Days In,” cable’s #1 new non-fiction series among total viewers and adults 25-54 and 18-49, Sheriff Jamey Noel of the Clark County Jail has chosen eight new innocent participants with an interest in the criminal justice system to enter the prison program for a deeper dive into the drugs, violence and internal corruption exposed during season one.
More than one hundred cameras will capture unparalleled access around-the-clock, documenting the participants’ every move as they live among the facility’s general population without anyone knowing their secret. “60 Days In” gives viewers a first-hand look at the dangerous world of incarceration as the participants adapt to terrifying new surroundings and aim to shed light on local and national issues within our corrections system. The Clark County Jail in Indiana houses approximately 500 prisoners; from inmates charged with drug dealing, to first-time offenders, to capital murder.
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What do you think? Did you watch the first season of the 60 Days In TV series? Do you plan to check out season two when it premieres on A&E?