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.
As the Phase Two participants settle into the Fulton County Jail and new ones enter, inmate feuds and power-plays bring participants face to face with real danger and real charges.
Jaclin begins to alienate the I-Pod officers and fellow participant Stephanie; Zone 500 gets raided for contraband; Matt fears he may have to fight his roommate.
The participants toe the line between blowing their cover or going full inmate, while trying to stay focused on their purpose.
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.
A gas scare occurs in the women's pod; a football kitty goes missing in 500, prompting a gang fight; a new inmate in 600 tests Matt.
Jaclin receives a target on her back when she attempts to help Stephanie switch rooms; Emmanuel finds trouble when he tries to break up a fight; a rumor about Andrew's sexuality puts him in harm's way.
See Nothing, Say Nothing
Two participants struggle with the decision to leave the program early, while the others attempt to keep their wits as they finish the back half of their time in the Fulton County Jail.
Nachos, Strippers, and Whippit
Matt wrestles with the most devastating moment of his life; Jaclin regrets leaving the program; Alan gets a mysterious new cellmate; the inmates throw an unforgettable birthday party for Angele.
The Inmate Who Loved Me
After an emotional breakdown, one participant is not sure he can continue in the program; Nate expands his meth investigation.
A participant gets removed from the program after intentionally breaking their cover with an inmate; Stephanie fears that Gabrielle will not keep a secret; Alan tries to buy meth.
Get Them Out
Col. Adger races the clock to safely remove all the participants from the Fulton County Jail.
After the most shocking finale in the program's history, all nine participants sit down with journalist Soledad O'Brien and Col. Mark Adger to discuss their experiences at the jail.
Where Are They Now?
Six months after the completion of Phase One of Colonel Mark Adger's unprecedented program at the Fulton County Jail, the seven participants return to their everyday lives with new perspectives gained from their time behind bars.
Six Months Later: Where Are They Now?
Six months after the Season 4 program at the Fulton County Jail, we catch up with the most controversial group of participants 60 Days In has ever known.
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