Stephanie uses drugs to bond with her fellow inmates: Jacqueline’s clothing line brings a rosy glow and positiveness to the inhabitant but creates problems for the officers.
60 Days In Season 4 is a television documentary that takes an unprecedented look at life behind bars at Atlanta’s Fulton County Jail. Innocent volunteers are sent to live among the general population for 60 days, without the authorities, fellow prisoners, or staff finding out their secret.
It follows nine volunteers who go undercover as inmates at Atlanta’s Fulton County Jail to uncover the reality of life behind bars.
The cast and crew risked their safety and sanity for this unprecedented experiment. You can watch 60 Days In Season 4 on A&E’s website or Amazon Prime Video.
60 Days In Season 4 Soundtrack
On November 19, 2019, the show was renewed for a sixth season, which takes place at the Etowah County Detention Center in Gadsden, Alabama, and premiered on January 2, 2020.
Original Soundtrack of 60 Days In Season 4 Soundtrack
The television series follows seven individuals who voluntarily go undercover and are incarcerated at Clark County Jail known as the Michael L. Betcher (Adult Correctional Complex) in Jeffersonville, Indiana spend 60 days as prisoners. Their goal is to obtain evidence of suspicious or illegal activities within the prison that corrections officers and monitoring systems may miss.
60 Days In Season 4 Soundtrack: The soundtrack is available on Spotify, where you can listen to the entire album of songs. You can also watch the official trailer of the film on YouTube, where you can get a glimpse of the story and characters.