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60 Days In

60 Days In

60 Days In
Time Out: Ashleigh Meets with a Therapist
Time Out: Dion's New Friend
Time Out: Ashlee Talks About Dion
Time Out: Checking In on Ashleigh
Time Out: Dustin Gives Feedback
Time Out: Monalisa and Sheri Meet in F-Pod


Atlanta - Party Favors
The participants toe the line between blowing their cover or staying as inmates while focusing on their purpose in the midst of wild parties and difficult cellmates.
Atlanta - Jail Crush
Stephanie chooses to use drugs to bond with her fellow inmates; Jaclin finds acceptance by creating her own jail clothing line, but it causes confrontations with the officers.
Atlanta - Blood Rules
The participants face challenges when a gas scare happens in the women's pod; a football kitty goes missing in 500, prompting a gang fight; a new inmate in 600 tests Matt.
Atlanta - Sexual Preference
Jaclin tries to help Stephanie switch rooms; Emmanuel becomes a target when he tries to break up a fight; a rumour about Andrew being gay may bring him harm.
Atlanta - See Nothing, Say Nothing
Two participants struggle to decide to leave the program early, while the rest try to keep their wits as they finish the back half of their time in the Jail.
Atlanta - Nachos, Strippers, And Whippit
Matt encounters his life's most devastating moment; Alan gets a mysterious new cellmate; the inmates throw an unforgettable birthday party.
Atlanta - The Inmate Who Loved Me
After an emotional breakdown, one participant is not sure whether he can continue in the programme; Nate expands his meth investigation.
Atlanta - Cover Blown
A participant is removed from the program after he intentionally breaks his cover with an inmate; Stephanie fears that Gabrielle will not keep Angele's secret.
Atlanta - Get Them Out
Colonel Adger must work against time to safely withdraw all the participants from the Fulton County Jail.
Meet The Participants
Volunteers are sent to live among Indiana's Clark County Jail's general population for 60 days without officers, fellow inmates, or staff knowing their secret.
Unusual Suspects
Seven innocent volunteers are sent to live among Indiana's Clark County Jail's general population for 60 days without officers, fellow inmates, or staff knowing their secret.
First Timers
Zac, a Marine, Tami, a police officer, Robert, a teacher, and Barbra, a stay-at-home mom, are the first participants in. Will they make it through the first 24 hours inside?
Cell Shock
Maryum, a social worker and the eldest daughter of Muhammad Ali, join the program. Robert's safety is at risk and Zac makes a crucial mistake that places him in peril.
Fight Face
Robert makes a risky move, forcing Captain Maples to follow through with consequences. Zac is on the hunt for illegal drug use. In the female pod, Tami clashes with another inmate, leading to a blow up.
Friends Without Benefits
Zac's strength is tested when he is unexpectedly called to court. Barbra strategically abandons a friendship with Tami in order to survive, and Jeff makes himself a target after a series of mistakes.
Full Inmate
As the participants approach the midway point, tension and anger grow among the women in F-Pod, while one of the men finds himself in imminent danger from the inmates in C-Pod.
Pod Drama
Jeff is physically attacked by an inmate, while Zac and Isaiah are unexpectedly moved to the more violent D-Pod. Robert's days in segregation are over and he's going back to general population.
As the participants cross the halfway point, increased tensions and drug activity in D-pod lead the Sheriff to order a CERT raid, while fear of a contagious rash sweeps through F-pod.
Alone For The Holidays
Thanksgiving presents new opportunities and challenges for the six remaining participants, and one of them is pushed to a breaking point.
Tension in F-Pod pushes one woman over the edge and compromises the program, while both men in D-Pod struggle to avoid criminal activity that may have serious consequences.
11th Hour
As pressure builds in each of the jail's pods, the five remaining participants in the program try to finish up their final few days inside.
One of the women in is released, leaving Tami on the verge of a meltdown. Meanwhile in D-Pod, with one pod boss removed and another claiming power, there is a constant threat of violence.
Sheriff Jamey Noel

A lifelong resident of Clark County and member of Sacred Heart Church in Jeffersonville, Sheriff Noel obtained a B.S. in Criminal Justice and Supervision from Indiana University. He is also a member of the Utica Township Volunteer Fire & EMS since 1987, and Fire Chief from 1993 – 2015.

Sheriff Noel retired from the Indiana State Police after 22 years and held various ranks through his years of service. He retired as an Asst. Post Commander on December 31, 2014. He was elected as Sheriff of Clark County Indiana and took office on January 1, 2015.

Captain Scottie Maples

Captain Scottie Maples currently serves as both Captain and Public Information Officer. He is a lifelong resident of Clark County, and currently resides in Jeffersonville, Indiana. Captain Maples lives with his wife and their three daughters. He is a graduate from Silver Creek High School and has an Associate's Degree in Human Services.

Captain Maples started his career at the Clark County Sheriff's Office in 2004 as a Corrections Officer. He was promoted to Corporal in 2005 and Sergeant in 2006. Captain Maples was a shift leader on 2nd Shift in 2006 while the new jail was being built and completed. In 2007, he was hired as a merited Police Officer with the Clark County Sheriff's Office.


A military wife and mother of two young children, Barbra has never seen the inside of a jail. But as a teenage mom who has struggled to make ends meet, she thinks she can relate to some of the women inside.

Barbra strongly feels that inmates have it easy behind bars and that taxpayers foot the bill providing for them while innocent homeless people struggle to survive with little help.

If Barbra had it her way, the incarcerated population would be pulling their weight and have mandatory jobs inside to earn the benefits they're receiving. As a hardworking mom, she thinks she can be a positive influence to the women inside.

The Sheriff thinks that many people in his county feel the same way Barbra does and he is eager for her to see firsthand the improvements he's made to his jail and get to the bottom of lingering issues.


During his time doing security work in Nevada casinos, Jeff encountered, detained, and cuffed hundreds of criminals. From domestic disputes to counterfeiters to assault, Jeff saw it all – but he always wondered what happened to these people after they were taken to a correctional facility.

Now, Jeff is back home in the Midwest, working security for a department store, and he's ready to take the next step in his career and has applied to be a CO. Jeff believes that taking part in the program will help distinguish him among candidates.

Jeff also has questions about the system and how well it works. He believes not all felons are bad and this experience will open his eyes to the reality of working in corrections.

The Sheriff wants Jeff to participate because he values the point of view of a young man who wants to be the future of corrections. Since he's not yet part of the system, he'll provide an honest and critical look.


Isaiah feels like a part of him was ripped away when his older brother got locked up five years ago. Their family has no idea when he will be released but Isaiah speaks to his brother almost daily.

Isaiah wants to walk in his brother's shoes and see what life is like beyond what he hears on their phone calls. Isaiah also wants to prove to the world that he is stronger and more disciplined than most people believe him to be.

As a kid, Isaiah always felt he was put in the same category as his mischievous brother – his arrest took a heavy toll on the family and caused Isaiah to make some poor decisions and got him into trouble during high school.

Isaiah has recently turned his life around and does not want to end up like his sibling. He's eager to better understand his brother's experience and even be a mentor to kids who have grown up in similar circumstances.


As a Social Worker in gang prevention, Maryum is passionate about preventing youth from committing crimes, joining gangs and going to jail. But unfortunately, Maryum knows some kids see doing time as a right of passage. She hopes this program will show her why incarceration is so powerful to inner-city kids. She also hopes to learn what kind of resources there are inside for inmates.

Born and raised in Chicago, Maryum is the eldest of Muhammad Ali's nine children. Her father was prone to humanitarian acts of all kinds and she has followed in his footsteps.

Maryum has fifteen years of experience in delinquency prevention and youth development and has worked in many capacities in this field; even working in the Mayor's Office of Gang Reduction & Youth Development in Los Angeles.

She is disappointed by the inequalities that exist within the criminal justice system; she believes the punishment should fit the crime; and she feels that jails should have effective resources for real rehabilitation. As someone who is dedicated to improving the system, the Sheriff sees Maryum's insight into social issues as invaluable to his project.