Many thought-provoking shows have aired on A&E over the years. Known for showing intense thriller and reality shows, A&E has become a favorite among those interested in the dark side of society. Program participants apply to be placed among real criminals. They have been jailed for real crimes committed as part of a sociological experiment. The eerie idea of the docu-series attracted a significant audience. And fans have been eagerly awaiting the return of 60 Days in Season 7. But will it happen? What are the odds? Discover it here-
Will there be 60 days in season 7?
The sixth season of the reality series, released on January 2, 2022, ended on April 30, 2020 on A&E. Meanwhile, as for 60 Days In Season 7, neither the A&E network nor the showrunners have made any announcement. yet. There was some talk about the show that was coming up.
However, since the start of the Covid 19 pandemic, it has been on the back burner as it has to be filmed in locked prison cells. Regardless, given the praise and attention, the show has gotten for its realistic prison drama. There is a chance that 60 days will return in season 7. But before that happens, we’ll have to wait for an official announcement.
What to expect from 60 days in Season 7?
When the series returns for its seventh season, the show will stick with the format it followed last season. In the season, some brave people will enter the prison to serve as undercover agents for 60 days. While there, their mission is to gain the trust of the real inmates and gather evidence about illegal activities in the prison.
The authorities will then use all the collected data to improve the system instead of doing something else. Since the entire operation is risky, the agents have code words and secret signals that allow them to warn the crew and disembark if necessary.
How are the participants selected?
Many people may be curious as to why someone would want to participate in 60 Days In. Contestants like Michelle Polley and Angele Cooper saw the show as an opportunity to expand their expertise in criminal justice. Others, such as Chris Graf from the second season. And Stephanie of the fourth wanted to know more about what their captive relatives had been through.
In a Buzzfeed interview, showrunner Gregory Henry talked about the contestants. He said it was very shocking to him how many people were willing to put their lives on hold for two months to participate in such a show. Because so many people were ready to participate. The production crew had the luxury of being picky about who they chose.
Angele almost blew the cover of the show!
Angele Cooper is one of the more divisive members of the 60 Days In crew. Initially, he participated in the show to gain a better understanding of the convict rehabilitation process. During her time in prison, the former athlete and writer shocked fans by entering into a physical relationship with a fellow inmate. Things became much more problematic when Angele revealed to her lover that she was not an actual prisoner.
The integrity of 60 Days In was threatened as a result. Plus, it may have put everyone at great risk. The Folsom County Jail could be the scene of all sorts of aggressive and dangerous behavior if some of the convicts realized that one or more fake inmates were out there.
Also read The Vow Season 2: When is it coming to HBO? Know what the future holds