60 Days In Gets Two Additional Seasons


NEW YORK: A&E Network’s 60 Days In has been ordered for two new seasons, which will be set in Atlanta’s Fulton County Jail.

The experiences of the two new groups of participants were shot in back-to-back phases and will air over two seasons. Unlike previous seasons, male and female participants will be separated in two different facilities; men will be housed in the main campus, where they share a cell with one other inmate, while females will be in cell-bunk form with seven other inmates.

The upcoming third season will consist of nine undercover participants, who enter the program to get an inside look at the criminal justice system. Produced by Lucky 8 TV, 60 Days In: Atlanta premieres on March 2 on A&E.

60 Days In was cable’s number one unscripted crime series in 2016 among adults 25 to 54, 18 to 49 and total viewers in Live+7 viewing. The show watches as participants voluntarily enter a jail while cameras document their undercover experiences to expose the dangerous world of incarceration.