A&E's '60 Days In' Moves to Atlanta for Seasons 3 and 4

Ryan Berenz
A&E

A&E's popular reality series 60 Days In is getting some new cellmates.

The series, which puts undercover participants in prison to gain a deeper understanding of the criminal justice system, moves to Atlanta’s Fulton County Jail for two seasons of 60 Days In: Atlanta beginning March 2.


The first two seasons of 60 Days In took place at the Clark County Jail in Jeffersonville, Ind. The series reportedly led to improvements and personnel changes at the facility.

Atlanta's Fulton County Jail suffers from rampant drugs, gangs and corruption. Chief Jailer Colonel Mark C. Adger hopes the success of the first two seasons can be replicated at Fulton County Prison.

The nine undercover participants for Season 3 include a special education teacher, a former corrections officer, a man who wants to fight discrimination in the prison system and a Marine who wants to pursue a career in law enforcement.

60 Days In: Atlanta, March 2, 9/8c, A&E

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