60 Days In

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60 Days In
60 Days In Title Image.jpg
Genre Docuseries
Starring
  • Jamey Noel
    (Seasons 1&2)
  • Scottie Maples
    (Seasons 1&2)
  • Mark Adger
    (Seasons 3&4)
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 4
No. of episodes 56
Production
Executive producer(s)
  • Gregory Henry
  • Kimberly Woodard
  • Jeff Grogan
Production location(s)
Camera setup Multiple
Running time 42 minutes
Production company(s) Lucky 8
Release
Original network A&E
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original release March 10, 2016 (2016-03-10) – present
External links
60 Days In
Lucky 8

60 Days In is a television docuseries on A&E. Internationally it is known as The Jail: 60 Days In [1] and airs in over 100 other countries.[2] In the series, volunteers are incarcerated as undercover prisoners for 60 days.[3]

The show premiered on March 10, 2016.[3] As a follow-up to season 1, A&E aired two cast interviews in July 2016.[citation needed] Season 2 premiered August 18, 2016.[4] Seasons 1 and 2 took place in Clark County Jail in Jeffersonville, Indiana.

Seasons 3 and 4 saw the show's setting moved to the Fulton County Jail in Atlanta.[5] Season 3 began airing March 2, 2017 and Season 4 premiered on January 1, 2018.

Premise[edit]

The series follows seven individuals as they volunteer to go undercover, spending 60 days as inmates in the Clark County Jail [6] (also known as the Michael L. Becher Adult Correctional Complex[7]), in Jeffersonville, Indiana. Their goal is to obtain evidence of questionable or illegal activities within the jail that might be missed by the correctional officers and surveillance systems.

The existence of the undercover program is kept secret from the inmates, the guards, and most of the jail officials.[8] Prior to entering the jail, the volunteers receive instruction on how to act around other inmates, and they are each given a pseudonym and a cover story, including details of the (fake) criminal charges on which they were arrested. Although it was repeatedly mentioned that Maryum Ali was given an alias to use because of her famous father (boxer Muhammad Ali), it was later revealed that volunteer Robert was also using an alias while imprisoned, and that he would blow his cover if he visited an emergency room and gave his real name.[9]

Because producers realized that it would be difficult for volunteers to remain undercover after the first season aired, a second season was produced before the series premiered.[10] Representatives from A&E told Business Insider that multiple corrections officers were fired due to the program.[8] According to the producers, valid legal releases to appear on television were obtained from inmates,[11] but they were not told the actual reason that the releases were needed.

The importance of tater tots was revealed throughout the series. Inmates were frequently served tater tots on their meal trays. The potato-based food was occasionally used as currency, and was allegedly the cause of one of the fights on the show between two of the real inmates.[12] The Clark County Sheriff's Office held a community fundraiser where they sold T-shirts and tater tots based on the show.[13]

Season 2 began airing on Thursday August 18, 2016, with 60 Days In: Meet the Participants premiering on August 11.[14] Season 2 episodes began airing on Wednesday, September 28, 2016 on Foxtel's crime + investigation network in Australia.[15]

Cast[edit]

Season 1 cast[edit]

Jamey Noel is the Sheriff of Clark County, Indiana, and the originator of the undercover program. Sheriff Noel is also prominently featured in "60 Days In: Season 2".

Scottie Maples is the Captain and Public Information Officer in the Clark County Sheriff's Office. He took responsibility for briefing the volunteers before the program began and debriefing them afterward. Captain Maples is also prominently featured in "60 Days In: Season 2".

Maryum May May Ali went by "Yazmin Brown" on the show and is the daughter of Muhammad Ali.[16] She has earned a Bachelor of Arts in Social Work from UNLV,[17] and worked in the field. A former rapper and comedian,[18] she has appeared previously on television as herself.

Barbra Roylance Williams went by "Barbra Weldon" on the show. She is married to Sam Williams and they have two children together.[19][20][21] As an inmate, she developed friendships and compassion for the women of Clark County Jail. She completed the full 60 days, but then refused to film an update episode. It is rumored that she chose not to film the update episode because she was in danger after the production of the show. Barbra is currently finishing her bachelor's degree and was spotted at a University in Florida.

Tami Ferraiuolo, a former police officer from Providence, Rhode Island,[22] also appeared in truTV's Caught Red Handed, a show about shoplifters. She went by "Tami Ferguson" on the show.[23] She was visited in jail by her wife, Joelle. Together they have one daughter.

Robert Holcomb, a teacher living in Philadelphia, spent a month in solitary confinement during his five-week stay in jail for tampering with a security camera. He left the program due to an alleged illness. The doctor told him a severe flank strain could not be detected by a CT scan, but was most likely caused from constipation. He previously appeared in TLC's Extreme Time Cheaters.[24]

Isaiah Jenkins is a recent high school graduate and has a brother who, at the time of filming, had been in jail for five years. He went by "Isaiah Johnson" on the show. He was visited by his mother during the show. Jenkins reported on Twitter that he visited his jailed brother who said, "Wassup, hot coffee?"[25] (the code phrases for the volunteers to be extricated from jail were "good coffee" or "hot coffee"). Isaiah had not previously appeared on television.

Zachary Baker is from Knoxville, Tennessee[26] and was in the US Marine Corps. He went by "Zac Holland" on the show. Baker participated in the show to help him in pursuing a career as a DEA agent. He was visited by his wife, Ashleigh Marie (Park) Baker, during the show. Baker discussed his wife's struggles on the show, as she has spent real time in jail.

Jeffrey Downs is from Iowa[27] and went by "Jeff Donahue" on the show. He participated in the show due to his interest in becoming a Correctional Officer. He left the project early, fearing for his safety after being punched in the face by a mentally ill inmate who was off his medication. Downs and his wife, Emily, previously participated in BYUtv's reality show Relative Race as relatives of contestants Heather and Bradley. He appears in the first two episodes and he and his wife are credited as Jeff and Emily Downs. Downs reveals to his newfound cousin they are both connected in their family trees to serial killer Ted Bundy.[28]

In 2014 and earlier, Downs also appeared in several Reno, Nevada online news episodes called News 4 Forum, for NBC affiliate KRNV-DT in an episode feature where people use webcams to comment on current events. These episodes also appeared on local TV. Episodes remain available on news anchor Melissa Carlson's YouTube account.[29]

DiAundré Newby (real inmate),[30] has criticized the editing, saying that events and timelines were altered. In June 2014, DiAundré Newby was charged with IC 35-42-4-2: Criminal Deviate Conduct, a Class B felony; IC 35-46-1-3: Incest, a Class C felony; and IC 35-42-4-8: Sexual Battery Compelled To Submit to the Touching By Force/Imminent Threat, a Class D felony. A male relative of Newby said Newby had performed a sexual act on a minor boy against the boy's will. Newby denied the allegations when interviewed by the ISP (Intensive Supervision Program) officer.[31][32]

Jaime Lind (real female inmate), has posted YouTube videos explaining, among other things, her opinion on the volunteers and the interpersonal relations between inmates.[33]

Season 2 cast[edit]

Ashleigh Marie (Park) Baker, wife of Season 1's Zachary Baker.[34] Ashleigh is an alcoholic from childhood but had been sober for four years before appearing on the show.[35]

Brian Thomas is an attorney for the California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation's Office of Legal Affairs' Employment Advocacy Prosecution Team.[36][37] He is responsible for administratively prosecuting Correctional Officers who commit job-related misconduct. He entered the program to see how Correctional Officers behave when they believe nobody is looking.[38] He exited the program after being threatened by Corey Daffron, a real inmate charged with attempted murder.[36][39] He has since entered private practice and is practicing law in Southern California. [40]

Chris Graf entered the program to better understand how jail impacted his younger brother, a former inmate.[41] He left the program within 24 hours after becoming violently ill.

Dion Shepherd is a criminology student from Detroit. He grew up one of nine siblings and his parents separated shortly after he was born. He felt he could have easily ended up behind bars like many of his friends and family. He was able to leave home without a criminal record and is about to receive a Masters in Criminology, Law and Society.[38][42]

Monalisa Johnson is the founder of Parents of Incarcerated Children, a national support and advocacy group for parents with incarcerated children. Her daughter is serving a ten-year mandatory sentence.[43]

Quintin (Last Name Unknown) is a recently retired State Police Captain and currently works as a licensed private investigator and bounty hunter.[44]

Sheri Ray is a former corrections officer and mother of three children.[45] She is looking to re-enter her career after her husband's return from Afghanistan and learn from the show what changes she can make as she enters her field.[46] After the program, Sheri was offered a position at the Clark County Jail to continue her career as a correction officer.

Ryan Secord went by "Kyle Ryan" on the show. He is a former military medic who wants to become a police officer and eventually a homicide detective.[47]

Shane Garza (real inmate) was a real inmate in season 2 and was very close with Ryan. After filming completed, Ryan and Garza remained close.

Season 3 cast[edit]

Mark Adger is the Colonel in the Fulton County Jail in Atlanta.

Calvin Crosby is a special education teacher at a local Public School. He hopes he will be able to relate to his students on a deeper level and he thinks it may even shock them into changing their own behaviors and patterns.

Don (Last Name Unknown) grew up in the projects of Newark, Delaware. His father and two brothers were all in and out of prison during his youth. As a convicted felon, his father could never find a job, so he continually returned to selling and using drugs. Don believes that the system has failed African Americans. He wants to join the program in order to uncover discrimination, unite the inmates, and learn how to actively fight recidivism and the escalating trends of convicted black men in America.

Gerson (Last Name Unknown) moved from El Salvador to California when he was seven years old. He went from a civil war to a gang war and living in the Los Angeles area during the 1980s and 90s. He eventually left California and moved to the east coast as he worked to escape the risk of becoming a statistic by his surroundings, including gangs, drugs, and violence. He works as a mentor to help people who are in schools, colleges and universities. When the program started, Gerson had concerns about it. So he called the producers and met him at a hotel near his home and decide not risk it.

Jessica Speigner-Page met her husband on an inmate pen pal site, and she was shocked at how institutionalized he was when he got released. After a decade behind bars, he was struggling to reintegrate. His "inmate-like" behavior has been a strain on their relationship. Jessica is determined to understand where these behaviors and instincts of his come from in order to help him and others, who recently released, reintegrate into society. Jessica believes this program will help her relate to her husband and strengthen their marriage. However, she left the program early.

Jon McAdams is a veteran and former law enforcement agent who became disenchanted with the system and now wants to dedicate his professional life to civil-rights activism. With his new MBA which he earned last year, Jon plans on starting a nonprofit organization in his conservative town. He wants to "walk the walk" and put his words into action, starting by living among a population he once put behind bars but now wants to serve.

Matt Michael served in the Marine Corps for four years. He was the honor graduate in his boot camp class, was promoted quickly and ultimately attaining the rank of Sergeant (E-5) in the infantry. Matt supports law enforcement, but he thinks the system needs a reality check. He believes if one has committed a serious crime, they should do their time.

Mauri Jackson worked three years as a correctional officer in a men's maximum security facility. As CO, Mauri was shocked by how many incarcerated men and women suffer from mental illness and are on medications while serving out their time behind bars. she is determined to be part of the solution when it comes to prison reform and mental health.

Michelle Polley is currently working in Property Management, but she has been interested in the Criminal Justice field all her life. She has taken various classes on criminal justice and criminal law. She hopes to connect with women inside through creating positive activities so they know there is more to life than four concrete walls.

Nate Burrell served as an active duty marine in the United States Marine Corps from 2006 to 2010 in the infantry where he completed two combat tours in Iraq. He continued to serve for three years in the reserves, and he was honorably discharged in 2013. Subsequently, he received his associate degree in criminal justice and law enforcement in 2014 in order to become a fish and wildlife officer. Nate decided to remain in custody for an additional 60 days when Colonel Adger offered him to opportunity to do so due to Nate's outstanding work in the program to date.

Season 4 cast[edit]

Cast Member Occupation Cover Biography Reference
Mark Adger Chief Jailer
Colonel of Jail
N/A Returns from Season 3. [48]
Alan Oliver Police Officer Entered the program to observe the behaviours of correction officers [49]
Andrew Fellows Substitute Teacher Volunteered to join his father, Matt, in the program. [50]
Angele Cooper 1 Writer Desires to better understand the trauma experienced by those behind bars in order to help in their rehabilitation. Former high school and collegiate track and field athlete ranked among the top ten internationally for the 400M hurdles. [51]
Emmanuel Buchi Public Health Official Nigerian born, Emmanuel believes the key to breaking the negative cycle of criminality amongst African-American men, especially youth, is for leaders like him to foster education, positive self-perception, and a culture of respect within the African-American community. He currently works for California Department of Corrections and is an active speaker at colleges and high schools nationally. [52]
Jaclin Owen 2 Paralegal Desires to gain knowledge of the criminal justice system to further her law career. [53]
Johnny Ramirez Grew up influenced by gangs. Wanted to experience what his life would have been like if he continued the lifestyle, and to understand his currently incarcerated son. [54]
Matt Fellows 2 Mixed Martial Arts Trainer and former Prison Chaplain at Utah State Prison. Brought his son, Andrew, into the program with him. [55]
Stephanie Pharmacy Tech Has family members incarcerated; joined the program to understand what they go through. [56]
Nate Burrell US Marine Returns from Season 3. Was offered an extension due to having already established a trustful and positive rapport with the inmates. [57]

^Note1 : Participant was removed for safety concerns and did not complete the program.
^Note2 : Participant left early and did not complete the program.

Episodes[edit]

Season 1[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleOriginal air date Viewers
(millions)
11"Unusual Suspects"March 10, 2016 (2016-03-10)1.164
Seven volunteer civilians become undercover inmates in an effort to root out crime and corruption in Indiana's Clark County Jail.
22"First Timers"March 10, 2016 (2016-03-10)1.314
The experimental program begins; the first participants include a Marine, a police officer; a teacher and a stay-at-home mother.
33"Cell Shock"March 17, 2016 (2016-03-17)1.618
Maryum, the eldest daughter of boxer Muhammad Ali, joins the program and fits into F-pod effortlessly; the inmates grow suspicious of Robert; a mistake places Zac in peril; Barbra questions her commitment to the experiment.
44"Fight Face"March 24, 2016 (2016-03-24)1.767
Isaiah and Robert worry that their covers may be blown; Capt. Maples follows through with consequences after Robert makes a risky move; Zac hunts for illegal drug use in C-pod; Tami clashes with another inmate.
55"Friends Without Benefits"March 31, 2016 (2016-03-31)1.706
An unexpected call to court tests Zac's strength as an inmate; Barbra abandons a friendship with Tami in order to survive; a series of catastrophic mistakes endangers Jeff.
66"Full Inmate"April 7, 2016 (2016-04-07)1.719
The midway point of the experiment approaches; anger rises among the women of F-Pod; an inmate in C-Pod poses a danger to one of the men.
77"Pod Drama"April 14, 2016 (2016-04-14)1.772
Inmate Ricky attacks Jeff, jeopardizing the program; Zac and Isaiah move from the familiar confines of C-Pod to the more violent D-Pod; Barbra feels betrayed by her F-Pod bunkmates; Robert learns that he will return to general population.
88"Shakedown"April 21, 2016 (2016-04-21)1.805
The participants cross the halfway point of the experiment; the sheriff orders a raid due to increased tensions and drug activity in D-pod; the residents of F-pod worry about a contagious rash.
99"Alone for the Holidays"April 28, 2016 (2016-04-28)1.599
Thanksgiving presents new challenges and opportunities; one of the six remaining participants is pushed to the breaking point.
1010"Institutionalized"May 5, 2016 (2016-05-05)1.628
The participants near the end of the experiment; the program is compromised when a woman in F-Pod is pushed over the edge; both men in D-Pod struggle to avoid serious criminal activity.
1111"11th Hour"May 12, 2016 (2016-05-12)1.627
The five remaining participants try to finish up their final days inside jail as pressure builds within the pods.
1212"Exodus"May 19, 2016 (2016-05-19)1.978
Three participants remain in jail; Tami finds herself on the verge of a meltdown after a woman is released from F-Pod; a power struggle erupts when a boss is removed from D-Pod.
1313"The Aftermath"May 26, 2016 (2016-05-26)1.338
All seven participants discuss their experiences; the women relive a contentious moment from inside jail; Tami confronts Robert about not taking the program seriously. Hosted by Dan Abrams.
1414"The Full Story With Robert, Tami and Barbra"July 14, 2016 (2016-07-14)N/A
After serving time in the dangerous world of the Clark County Jail, Barbra, Robert and Tami are released, look back, and share never-before-seen insight into their time in jail.
1515"The Full Story With Zac, Isaiah, Jeff and Maryum"July 21, 2016 (2016-07-21)N/A
After serving time in the dangerous world of the Clark County Jail, Zac, Isaiah, Jeff and Maryum are released, look back, and share never-before-seen insight into their time in jail.

Season 2[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleOriginal air date Viewers
(millions)
161"Meet the Participants"August 18, 2016 (2016-08-18)0.891
A former corrections officer, a bounty hunter and a young lawyer join others in the new group of innocent civilians selected to secretly live among the general population of Indiana's Clark County Jail.
172"Re-entry"August 18, 2016 (2016-08-18)0.914
Phase two of Sheriff Jamey Noel's unprecedented program begins with four new participants entering the Clark County Jail to continue the covert operation designed to root out corruption and contraband.
183"Friend or Foe"August 25, 2016 (2016-08-25)1.198[58]
As three new participants enter the program, the others fight for acceptance in the pods. One participant is forced into a confrontation that quickly turns physical.
194"All Pain, No Gain"September 1, 2016 (2016-09-01)1.136[59]
The last participant enters the Clark County Jail and all eight must now face their new reality of life behind bars.
205"Hazed and Confused"September 8, 2016 (2016-09-08)1.102[60]
Hazing, drug use, and violence envelop Clark County Jail as two participants are on the brink of dropping out of the program.
216"Pod Wars"September 15, 2016 (2016-09-15)1.203[61]
All hell breaks loose in the Clark County Jail when two pod bosses threaten the safety of three participants.
226"Criminal Justice"September 22, 2016 (2016-09-22)1.278[62]
While trying to survive constant harassment, violence, and the stress of incarceration, the participants continue to grind out their time in the Clark County Jail. But two of them are reaching a tipping point and for them everything is about to change.
237"Dangerous Loyalty"September 29, 2016 (2016-09-29)1.241[63]
The remaining six participants face turning points; Ashleigh has a life-altering realization; Quintin and Sheri feel conflicted as they go deep under cover; Monalisa and Dion realize that they cannot escape their pasts.
248"Institutional Knowledge"October 6, 2016 (2016-10-06)1.21[64]
New challenges arise after the men switch pods; the women suspect a snitch in their midst.
259"Sewer Gate"October 13, 2016 (2016-10-13)1.199[65]
Ryan, Quintin and the other inmates of C-Pod wake up to raw sewage spewing out of their floor drain; as the odious situation threatens to invade F-Pod, the jail's water supply is shut off.
2610"Trouble in Store"October 20, 2016 (2016-10-20)1.077[66]
Following the repair of the sewer line, the participants return to their pods only to encounter new challenges and threats.
2711"Blood, Sweat and Tears"October 27, 2016 (2016-10-27)1.188[67]
Tension runs high in the pods as the six remaining participants enter their final days in the Clark County Jail.
2812"Bed and Baggage"November 3, 2016 (2016-11-03)1.209[68]
The three remaining participants gather evidence; conflict is narrowly avoided before names are called.
2913"The Aftermath: Part Two"November 10, 2016 (2016-11-10)0.892[69]
Following the end of the program, the eight participants meet with Sheriff Noel and Capt. Maples to discuss their journey as inmates and what they discovered while in the Clark County Jail.
3014"Season 2 Memorable Moments"November 17, 2016 (2016-11-17)N/A
Most memorable moments from Season 2.
3115"Where Are They Now?"February 23, 2017 (2017-02-23)N/A
After serving time in the dangerous world of the Clark County Jail, all 8 participants gave us an update after 60 days in. Ryan tells Garza the truth about the program. Also, Dion was engaged to his fiancé Ashlee and Brian, Chris, Ryan, Monalisa, Quintin and Sheri celebrate with them.

Season 3[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleOriginal air date Viewers
(millions)
321"Fulton County Jail: Welcome to the A-T-L"March 2, 2017 (2017-03-02)N/A
The participants who infiltrate Atlanta's Fulton County Jail for this season include a special education who works as at-risk youth, a wife of a former convict, a marine, a criminal justice student and a youth mentor.
332"Truth or Dare"March 10, 2017 (2017-03-10)N/A
The first five participants enter the Fulton County Jail and are immediately met with drug use, sexual behavior, and what it feels like to be locked in a cell for 12 hours. Gerson decided not to do the program. Don and Calvin begin to enter the jail but in different sections of the jail.
343"Trust Issues"March 16, 2017 (2017-03-16)N/A
As participants settle into Fulton County Jail and Nate enters into the jail. Inmate Suspicions and power-plays keep everyone on the edge.
354"Cellies"March 23, 2017 (2017-03-23)N/A
A violent fight in the women's pod in South Annex just 45 minutes away from the main jail. A power outage in pod 600 causes extended lockdowns, proving that the luck of the draw with cell mates can make or break the experience in jail. Meanwhile, The final participant Matt enters the Fulton County Jail.
365"Dangerous Liaisons"March 30, 2017 (2017-03-30)N/A
The participants face difficult obstacles and must make risky alliances as they struggle to survive life on the inside.
376"Vulnerable Positions"April 6, 2017 (2017-04-06)N/A
A flood in the Fulton County Jail's South Annex, escalating problems with cellmates, and respect issues push the participants to the brink of despair.
387"Tapping Out"April 13, 2017 (2017-04-13)N/A
Suspicions surround the male participants; the women struggle to continue, as one considers dropping out of the program.
398"Bloods Rising"April 20, 2017 (2017-04-20)N/A
The participants at Atlanta's Fulton County Jail learn that small mistakes can have big consequences; the Bloods in 500 continue to grow more powerful.
409"Code Red"April 27, 2017 (2017-04-27)N/A
Inmates escape their restraints during a chaotic mass evacuation drill in 500; Mauri and Michelle are placed in a vulnerable position after a rumor spreads about the program in the women's pod.
4110"The Marine Test"April 27, 2017 (2017-04-27)N/A
An uproar in Zone 500 results when an inmate claims to be a Marine, Jon is taken advantage of by a new inmate with the same name, and Michelle gets caught in the middle of a drug deal gone wrong.
4211"Atlanta: High Times"May 4, 2017 (2017-05-04)N/A
Participants Matt and Michelle face tough choices regarding drug use that put their safety, and time in the program, at risk.
4312"Atlanta: In or Out? Part 1"May 11, 2017 (2017-05-11)N/A
The participants endure their final days at the Fulton County Jail; one of them has to make the tough decision to stay another 60 days.
4413"Atlanta: In or Out? Part 2"May 11, 2017 (2017-05-11)N/A
The participants endure their final days at the Fulton County Jail; one of them has to make the tough decision to stay another 60 days.
4514"Atlanta: The Aftermath"May 18, 2017 (2017-05-18)N/A
The eight participants from Season 3 come together with Col. Mark Adger to discuss how they assimilated, survived and navigated the challenges of being an inmate at the Fulton County Jail. Calvin and Mauri and others were not pleased with the fact that Gerson back down cause he thought the program was still in the Clark County Jail but it was in the Fulton County Jail and he explains it. Also, a sneak peek of the participants in Season 4 of 60 Days In.

Season 4[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleOriginal air date Viewers
(millions)
461"The Beginning of the End"January 1, 2018 (2018-01-01)N/A
With two participants already inside the jail and three more entering, phase two will shatter expectations, open old wounds, and put everyone's safety in jeopardy.
472"Shank Anxiety"January 4, 2018 (2018-01-04)N/A
As the Phase Two participants settle into Fulton County Jail and new ones enter, inmate feuds and power-plays bring participants face to face with real danger and real charges.
483"Pissed Off"January 11, 2018 (2018-01-11)N/A
In I-Pod, Jaclin begins to alienate the officers, inmates and her fellow participant, Stephanie, who decides to plot against her. Meanwhile, Zone 500 is raided for contraband after Alan's roommate makes a shank, and Matt is at odds with his roommate Lawrence in Zone 600, and fears he may have to fight him.
494"Party Favors"January 18, 2018 (2018-01-18)N/A
The participants toe the line between blowing their cover or going full inmate, all the while trying to stay focused on their purpose in the midst of wild parties and difficult cellmates. The inmates in Nate's pod celebrate his birthday in jail.
505"Jail Crush"January 25, 2018 (2018-01-25)N/A
While Stephanie chooses to use drugs to bond with her fellow inmates, Jaclin finds acceptance by creating her own jail clothing line, bringing pink flare and positivity to the inmates of I-Pod, but causing heated confrontations with the officers.
516"Blood Rules"February 1, 2018 (2018-02-01)N/A
The participants are faced with challenges when a gas scare happens in the women's pod, a football kitty goes missing in 500 prompting a gang fight, and a new inmate in 600 tests Matt.
527"Sexual Preference"February 8, 2018 (2018-02-08)N/A
When Jaclin tries to help Stephanie switch rooms, it puts a target on Jaclin's back, Emmanuel also becomes a target when he tries to break up a fight, and a rumor about Andrew being gay could put him in harm's way.
538"See Nothing, Say Nothing"February 15, 2018 (2018-02-15)N/A
Jaclin and Matt both struggle with the decision to leave the program early, while the rest try to keep their wits as they finish the back half of the program. Jaclin decides to leave the program while Matt is still undecided.
549"Nachos, Strippers, Whippit"February 22, 2018 (2018-02-22)N/A
Matt wrestles with the most devastating moment of his life. Alan gets a mysterious new cellmate, and the inmates in the South Annex Jail throw an unforgettable birthday party for Angele. Meanwhile Jaclin returns to the jail to tell them about her experience. After that, she is sent home. Matt makes his final decision to leave the program.
5510"The Inmate Who Loved Me"March 1, 2018 (2018-03-01)N/A
Alan is not sure he can continue in the program after his emotions begin effecting his resolve, Nate expands his meth investigation, and Johnny confronts an inmate on his lack of respect and attitude towards a female prison guard. Meanwhile in the South Annex Angele becomes more infatuated with a fellow inmate and reveals that she may have done something that impacts the entire program, potentially placing all participants at risk.
5611"Cover Blown"March 8, 2018 (2018-03-08)N/A
In the South Annex, Angele reveals to the producers and Stephanie that she has disclosed her undercover status to Gabrielle a fellow inmate not in the program and is immediately removed from the program by Colonel Adger for safety concerns while they evaluate the situation. In the Men's Facility, Alan sets up a buy to purchase meth being smuggled into the prison, and Johnny begins to sense repercussions from his confrontation in the previous episode. Even though Angele believed Gabrielle would not disclose her undercover status to the other inmates, after her sudden removal this information is revealed. Colonel Adger tells Angele of this fact and immediately decides all participants should be removed for their own safety.
5712"Get Them Out"March 15, 2018 (2018-03-15)N/A
Colonel Adger races against the clock to safely remove all the participants from Fulton County Jail.
5813"The Aftermath"March 22, 2018 (2018-03-22)N/A
After the most shocking finale in the program's history, all nine participants sit down with Journalist Soledad O' Brien and Colonel Mark Adger to discuss their experiences at the jail.
5914"Six Months Later: Where Are They Now?"March 26, 2018 (2018-03-26)N/A
Catching up with the series' most controversial group of participants six months after the Season 4 program at the Fulton County Jail ends.

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