Season 3 of “60 Days In” moves from Indiana to Atlanta’s Fulton County Jail. The A&E docu-series follows innocent participants who are sent to jail for 60 days and treated like any other inmates in order to get a sense of what life is like inside a correctional facility. Meanwhile, fellow inmates, jail staff and officers do not know that these are undercover participants who are there just as part of the series and not for a real crime.
The new season features nine undercover participants, including a special education teacher, a man who wants to help fight discrimination against African Americans and a former corrections officer who will now get to see what it’s like when the roles are reversed. A woman who met her husband while he was in jail and now hopes to understand his behavior and a Marine with law-enforcement aspirations are also taking part in this season. In the clip below, inmates demonstrate how they smuggle drugs buy the prison guards.
Season 3 of “60 Days In” premieres March 2 on A&E. Watch an exclusive clip from Season 3 below.