A&E Renews Jail Docuseries ’60 Days In’ For Two More Seasons

AE Network has sealed down a strike docuseries 60 Days In for another dual seasons. Season 3, 60 Days In: Atlanta will premiere Thursday, Mar 2 during 9 PM on AE.

The series, that places trusting participants clandestine behind bars to display what unequivocally happens during incarceration, was cable’s No.1 unscripted crime array in 2016 among adults 25-54, 18-49 and sum viewers in Live+7, according to Nielsen and AE.

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The new installments take place during what’s described as one many dangerous comforts in a country, Atlanta’s Fulton County Jail, run led by Colonel Mark C. Adger. Two groups of participants were filmed in back-to-back phases, to be aired air over dual seasons.

The new participants embody a special preparation clergyman who works with at-risk youth, a masculine who believes that a complement has unsuccessful African Americans and wants to assistance quarrel discrimination, a former corrections officer who wants to see what it’s like when a roles are reversed, a lady who met her father while he was jailed and hopes to know his institutionalized behavior, and a Marine with law coercion aspirations.

Unlike prior seasons, masculine and womanlike participants will be distant in dual opposite facilities; group in a categorical campus where they share a dungeon with one other inmate, while females will be in cell-bunk form with 7 other inmates. The participants are on lockdown with their dungeon friends for over 15 hours a day and face measureless vigour to fit in or risk being a aim of threats, assault or their carrying covers blown.

60 Days In: Atlanta is constructed by Lucky 8 TV for AE Network. Executive producers for Lucky 8 TV are Gregory Henry, Kimberly Woodard, Jeff Grogan, Isaac Holub and Kelly McClurkin. Executive producers for AE Network are Elaine Frontain Bryant, Shelly Tatro, and Brad Holcman.