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Superjail is the world's largest, most brutal prison. Built beneath a volcano, it is routinely the site of riots and murders. Its megalomaniacal warden doesn't like conventional prisons and has chosen to make his facility unlike any other. The warden's assistant, uptight Superjail accountant Jared, originally arrived at the jail as a prisoner but got his job after impressing the warden with his intelligence. Even the resident doctor gets in on the brutality of Superhail, for he regularly performs grotesque experiments on the inmates.

Latest episodes

aired 3 days ago
Jailbot and Jacknife get shot down, leaving the Warden to look after SuperJail alone.
aired 10 days ago
The Superjail tries to make it in the real world.
aired 17 days ago
The warden is put on trial for his future crimes.
aired 24 days ago
The warden hopes to avoid a riot by monitoring the inmates' dreams.
aired 31 days ago
The inmates discover a little girl inside the jail.
aired 38 days ago
The warden holds a science fair.
aired 45 days ago
The Warden invites a motivational speaker to the jail.
aired 52 days ago
A new prisoner has Superjail on edge.
aired 59 days ago
A female prison ship crash-lands at Superjail.
aired 66 days ago
The Warden and the staff unearth an ancient fighting arena.
aired 73 days ago
The warden builds a bar inside Superjail.
aired 80 days ago
The fantastical world of Superjail is thrown into turmoil when the inmates are forced to wear bunny and wolf uniforms; their animalistic impulses erupt in a violent melee of riots, lunch ladies, and mystery meat.
aired 286 days ago
Superjail holds its annual Grand Prix, the winner gets to go free.
aired 287 days ago
The inmates don't love the warden's Monthly Movie Matinee.
aired 288 days ago
Jailbot begins to show his age and Jared buys a sleek new replacement.
aired 289 days ago
The Warden is haunted by ghosts.
aired 293 days ago
Paul and Jean are finally getting married and everyone's invited.
aired 294 days ago
An invader from another world infiltrates SuperJail.
airs in 11 days
A castaway winds up on SuperJail Island and becomes friends with The Warden.
airs in 4 days
Jared isn't feeling like himself after a freak accident turns him into a freak.
aired 583 days ago
Superjail's darkest secret leads to backwater neighbors who throw a killer hoedown.

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