A&E Networkd announced an all-new season of the explosive non-fiction series, “60 Days In” will premiere January 3rd. In the new season, seven innocent participants are locked up in an Arizona Detention Center.
“Sheriff Mark Lamb of the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office in Arizona carefully selected seven innocent people to go undercover for a deep dive into the inner workings of his facility,” says A&E’s press release.
The seven participants range from a a police officer, a private investigator and even an ex-Latin King turned minister. Unlike previous seasons, the participants were given specific missions from Sheriff Lamb based on their skill sets and interests in regards to problems such as drugs, gangs and operational issues in the facility.
“Prior to going in, six of the participants met and trained with one another, leaving only one to enter on his own and operate as a “lone wolf” on the sheriff’s behalf,” says the press release. “In an unexpected turn, one rogue participant threatened to blow the whole program, leaving their fellow participants in an extremely dangerous position.”
The all-new season of “60 Days In” premieres Thursday, January 3 at 10pm ET on A&E.
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