TeapotWakeen May 18 Share May 18 Quote A&E Network to premiere new season of "60 Days In" on June 15 at 9pm ET/PT featuring everyday citizens who volunteer to go behind bars at the Pitt County Detention Center. Led by Sheriff Paula S. Dance, the state's first female African American Sheriff, the program strives to help unearth problems within the facility and bring about positive change. Following at 10pm ET/PT is the premiere of the new series, "Booked: First Day In," which takes viewers through America's booking process from the point of view of the arrestee. "60 Days In" follows seven brave participants as they go undercover in North Carolina's Pitt County Detention Center on a mission to evoke change. After an inmate recently overdosed from drugs and much of her command staff retiring, Sheriff Dance is looking to make sure the new team and protocols they have in place are providing the proper groundwork to keep the jail a safe place for both inmates and staff. Once embedded in the facility, the participants quickly realize that the conditions are too much to bear, forcing Sheriff Dance to take drastic measures to save the program. 1 Link to comment
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