24 to Life is back. Recently, LMN announced season two of the docuseries will premiere in January.
The show “follows 16 unexpected individuals as they go through their final 24 hours before they must enter prison to serve a significant sentence for their non-violent crime.”
Season two of 24 to Life debuts on January 31st at 9 p.m. ET/PT, followed by the premiere of new series Babies Behind Bars at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
What would you do with your last 24 hours of freedom? 24 To Life follows 16 unexpected individuals as they go through their final 24 hours before they must enter prison to serve a significant sentence for their non-violent crime. In each of the eight one-hour episodes, two seemingly average people on their final day of freedom say their goodbyes and prepare their loved ones for the years they’ll be away. The series offers a startling look at the consequences of crime and incarceration, and the devastation their sentences have wrought on their families.
In the season premiere, Stephanie has 24 hours to try to repair the relationships she destroyed because of her crime. While she struggles to convince her mother that she’s changed for the better, her brother’s anger may be too far gone to heal. Meanwhile, Tressie, a former doctor tries to make amends to her teenage son whose life has been drastically altered because of her crime.
24 To Life is produced by T Group Productions in association with Pat McGee Pictures. Executive producers are Jenny Daly, Rob Lobl and Pat McGee. Laura Fleury, Peter Tarshis and Jennifer Wagman executive produce for LMN.”
What do you think? Have you seen 24 to Life? Will you watch season two?