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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.

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aired 893 days ago
Behind the walls of six maximum-security prison in Serbia, Poland, and the Czech Republic.
aired 893 days ago
Life inside prisons throughout Scotland and Belgium.
aired 1,074 days ago
Cameras give a glimpse into prison conditions in Israel, venturing into three prisons there.

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