60 Days In: Welcome to the A-T-L – Full Episode (S3, E1) | A&E

In Atlanta’s Fulton County Jail, Colonel Mark Adger is sending 17 undercover volunteers into his facility to find solutions to contraband, drug smuggling, and gang violence.

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“60 Days In” offers an unprecedented look at life behind bars as innocent volunteers are sent to live among the general prison population for 60 days without officers, fellow inmates, or staff knowing their secret.

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30 thoughts on “60 Days In: Welcome to the A-T-L – Full Episode (S3, E1) | A&E

  1. Is it just me or does Intake seem more aggressive & crazy than the Pods? I know a big part of that is those detoxing in the drunk tank, but still it's rowdy AF! Not to say it isn't crazy in the Pods, but intake is like it's own world 🤷
    Edit: Sooo no-one going to talk about the cop not fastening his or the participant's seat belts? I know it breaks the flow but dude you're on camera 😂

  2. jail is not suppose to be nice and easy, you are suppose to hate it, and never want to go back, but people want to cuddle and hug these violent offenders, its sickening, and sometimes a drug addict needs to be locked up because they cant maintain control and stay clean, if you let them out or make jail a motel, they just keep coming back, everyone is whining its so bad, its suppose to be bad, it would be much easier to control if they had small units of 4 to 6 people, no more, keeping themselves away from each other if the best thing you could do for some of them

  3. I agree with john jail an prison will an can mess up lives we do nothing to help inmates better them selves while in custody. It's nothing but a company that breeds criminals. An teaches criminals more an more I could keep going but. …..

  4. Jon worried that Dashaun will not be alive in the near future…could be right cause he sure is puttin his life on the line by snitchin…if they see him on TV revealing where some of the drugs are comin from…the other inmates would definitely hold court. He better stay on the street cause this will haunt him in prison. Could you imagine being in jail and watching an episode 2 years later and your face pops up in front of the pod snitchin?😅😅

  5. I just want to say that I have alot of respect for all of the participants because I'm not willing to go to jail voluntarily. Not because I don't believe that I couldn't handle myself in there, but because I have a family now and I've spent the majority of my life trying to stay OUT of jail. I've gotten VERY lucky on a few occasions because I should STILL be in prison to this day, but God shown his light on me and kept me from spending real time in incarceration.

  6. (initial thoughts) Jon, after his time in law enforcement blames law enforcement for peoples trouble, but seems to refuse the notion that the people who are put in jail / prison are the grass roots he should focus on. The trouble starts with them. Look forward to watching this season. Edit: Add Don this list as well. He seems more delusional about his "community" blaming everyone else…

  7. John you can not and will not ever fix the criminal justice system because that’s not the problem. The problem is their home from the first day they are born. If you can’t get to them at home it’s too late for 90% of them by the time they get into the jail system.

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