Jail (TV series)

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Jail
Jail tv series logo.jpg
Created by John Langley
Opening theme "Get Me Out" by Lil' Droppa
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of episodes 60
Production
Running time 22 minutes
Production company(s) Langley Productions
Broadcast
Original channel MyNetworkTV
Spike
Audio format Stereo
Original run September 4, 2007 (2007-09-04) – present (Now Known As Jail: Las Vegas)

Jail (stylized as JAIL) is a reality television series that follows suspected criminals from booking through incarceration. It first appeared on MyNetworkTV's 2007 Fall schedule, and was later syndicated on TruTV (under the name Inside American Jail), and Spike.

Jail was created by and is produced by John Langley and his son Morgan Langley, the father and son team who also produce the long-running Fox network show Cops.

The booking of former NFL Hall of Famer O.J. Simpson into the Clark County, Nevada Detention Center was featured in the show's February 11, 2008 episode.[1]

Jail's theme song "Get Me Out" is performed by rapper Lil' Droppa, who announced plans to promote the song with a Video on YouTube.

In 2014, Spike revived the series as Jail: Las Vegas. It's first twenty-two episode season premiered in 2015.[2]

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  1. ^ O.J. Simpson's Booking to Be Shown on MyNetworkTV's 'Jail'
  2. ^ "Exclusive: Spike TV Orders Jail: Las Vegas to Series". TV Guide. August 22, 2014. Retrieved January 17, 2015. 

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