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Behind the scenes of the reality crime series "Lockup," as producers offer candid interviews and previously unaired footage of some of the most memorable inmates spotlighted on the program.

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aired 495 days ago
Producers take the time to get to know dozens of inmates, following the action and watching the story unfold in from of their eyes.
aired 495 days ago
For some prison might be hell and it can be even worse for the sex offenders.
aired 530 days ago
Long periods of monotony are broken up by brief moments of terror.
aired 537 days ago
Relationships on the inside can be more complicated than on the outside.
aired 544 days ago
Solitary confinement is one of the most common methods for disciplining inmates, but it's also a very controversial issue.
aired 558 days ago
Addiction leads to serious crimes to support bad habits.
aired 572 days ago
A look at female inmates that start off socializing, but end up creating a lot drama for the staff.
aired 579 days ago
For better or worse, time behind bars changes everyone.
aired 656 days ago
Decisions made inside prison.
aired 656 days ago
Every murder has a motive and often the crime is committed by the least likely person.
aired 663 days ago
Three inmates prepare to cross the threshold to freedom.
aired 670 days ago
The crew's take on being in prisons and jails across the U.S. and the world for over a decade.
aired 670 days ago
One inmate takes a grim field trip; an inmate offers clues to an Ohio sex slave mystery.
aired 740 days ago
No escaping the consequences of one's actions behind bars.
aired 922 days ago
Transgender inmates; inmates with dreams of stardom.
aired 922 days ago
Frustrated inmates reach their breaking point.
aired 922 days ago
In prison time can be an inmates worst enemy.
aired 922 days ago
Los Angeles coroner's investigators.
aired 1,056 days ago
The invisible lines between right and wrong and freedom and jail time.
aired 1,056 days ago
Using inmates to turn troubled teens away from a life of crime; inmates express their regrets.
aired 1,076 days ago
The relationships formed between inmates inside and outside of jail often take unexpected turns.

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This documentary series takes viewers inside prisons and jails across America and around the world, offering rarely obtained and comprehensive access into these locations. The show profiles the inmates and employees who work at these facilities, highlighting their day-to-day experiences and interactions within the confines of prison. By bringing audiences the real, raw stories of life behind bars, this program aims to provide a truly authentic and in-depth look inside the complex criminal justice system.
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The long-running "Lockup" reality TV franchise interviews inmates and employees at correctional facilities around the world. This series focuses on women in prisons across America. The show tells stories of female inmates, including the challenges they face whether they're locked up for small infractions or major crimes. The populace of the facilities ranges from teenagers to a grandma and includes prisoners that include first-time offenders and gang members who are used to living lfie behind bars.
The behind-the-scenes series goes international, taking viewers behind bars in prisons in countries around the world. From an abandoned, underground execution chamber in Serbia where prisoners faced death by firing squad to a special room for conjugal visits in a Belgian facility, cameras hunt out the details of prisoner life in other countries.
The "Lockup" franchise has become a staple of the MSNBC schedule, with each series in the franchise taking place in a different prison. This entry is filmed at the Wabash Valley Correctional Facility in the rural Indiana town of Carlisle. The prison's population, 2,200 male inmates, dwarfs the town's population of just several hundred residents. The majority of Wabash's inmates used to come from urban areas, but now they come mainly from rural farming communities, because of the rise of methamphetamine use. Many of the stories in the series revolve around the meth epidemic and the strict sentences that are handed down, including half brothers who are serving 54- and 35-year sentences for various meth-related crimes. Also housed at Wabash are several of Indiana's high-profile murderers.
The phrase "ball and chain" takes on a whole new meaning in "Love After Lockup." Couples meet their potential future spouses for the first time once the bars are removed from the relationship. The way is full of bumps -- and some strong emotions -- along its rocky road, but these inmates are tasting freedom for the first time in a long while. Viewers follow along as they leave their paper and pen behind and jump straight into dating, meeting the family and experiencing other first-time, nerve-wracking moments.
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With unrestricted access to maximum security prisons, each hourlong episode of this series brings viewers inside an often seedy world where every day is a fight for survival.
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There are creatures both legendary and unidentified roaming the Appalachian Mountains, and a band of hard-core hunters and trappers have made it their life's work to investigate them. For generations, supposed sightings of these monsters -- with such names as Wolfman, Devil Dog, Wampus Beast, Mothman and Lizard Demon -- have occurred along the 1,500-mile stretch of mountains, and it wasn't until the members of the Appalachian Investigators of Mysterious Sightings had their own personal encounters with these creatures that they became believers. Now, the AIMS crew, led by founders "Trapper" John Tice, Jeff Headlee and Willy McQuillian, use both traditional techniques and modern technology to track, trap and capture these monsters. Maybe AIMS will snag its first one while cameras are filming "Mountain Monsters"!