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MSNBC Launches Lockup 360

11/12/15 12:48PM

For the first time, Lockup is no longer confined by the screen. MSNBC and Ovrture have created a virtual reality app, which puts viewers inside America’s jails and takes one of TV’s most immersive series to a breathtaking new level. read more

Lockup Extended Stay: Sacramento – Starz...

Lockup Extended Stay: Sacramento – Starz and Zillas

12/23/15 11:49AM

With so many rival gangs inside the Sacramento County Jail, separating enemies remains a constant challenege for gang investigators. Don’t miss the all-new Lockup episode “Starz and Zillas” premiering this Saturday at 11pm ET/8pm PT on MSNBC. watch

Lockup Extended Stay: Sacramento – Starz...

Lockup Extended Stay: Sacramento – Starz and Zillas – Culinary...

12/23/15 11:48AM

Under the expert instruction of Chef Bui, Sacramento County Jail inmates have the opportunity to take part in a culinary arts course where they can learn skills that help prepare them for a job in the outside world. The all-new Lockup Sacramento episode “Starz and Zillas” premieres Saturday at 11pm ET/8pm PT on MSNBC. watch

Lockup Extended Stay: Sacramento – The...

Lockup Extended Stay: Sacramento – The Eyes Have It

12/23/15 11:47AM

Sacramento may be the capital of the nation’s most populous state, but it is also frequently called the “Meth Capital of the country.” See why in the all-new Lockup episode premiering Saturday, December 26th at 10pm ET/7pm PT on MSNBC. watch

Lockup Extended Stay: Sacramento – The...

Lockup Extended Stay: Sacramento – The Force LaForce – Ron Smith

12/10/15 02:01PM

As the re-entry specialist at Sacramento County’s Rio Cosumnes Correctional Center, Ron Smith is tasked with helping inmates prepare for life outside of jail, in the hope they will not return. But for Ron, fixing the recidivism problem goes beyond a professional duty — it’s personal — as he, too, was once a revolving door inmate. watch

Lockup Extended Stay: Sacramento – Taming...

Lockup Extended Stay: Sacramento – Taming Wild – AB-109

12/03/15 03:43PM

A controversial California law, known as AB-109, provides inmates with on-the job training and other privileges to help them succeed on the outside, while also decreasing the state prison population. Some inmates, however, see definite downsides to the law.  The all-new Lockup Sacramento episode premieres Saturday at 10pm ET/7pm PT on MSNBC. watch

Lockup Extended Stay: Sacramento – Taming...

Lockup Extended Stay: Sacramento – Taming Wild

12/03/15 03:42PM

The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department has developed a program where inmates can train wild horses and learn new skills under the expert eye of ranch director Joe Misner. Tune into MSNBC on Saturday at 10pm ET/7pm PT to catch the all-new Lockup Sacramento episode. watch

Lockup Extended Stay: Sacramento - 352,955...

Lockup Extended Stay: Sacramento - 352,955 Days To Life –...

11/24/15 11:56AM

Incarcerated since the age of 17, inmate Jiles Wallace was sentenced to life without the possibility of parole. Now, twenty years later, a new California law could change his fate forever. To see more of Wallace’s story, tune into the all-new Lockup Sacramento episode Saturday at 10pm ET/7pm PT on MSNBC. watch

Lockup Extended Stay: Sacramento – Purple...

Lockup Extended Stay: Sacramento – Purple Pain

11/19/15 05:24PM

War veteran and Purple Heart recipient Ryan Sobel now finds himself in the Sacramento County Jail, where he awaits trial on a number of charges. The all-new Lockup Extended Stay season begins Saturday at 10pm ET on MSNBC. watch

Lockup Raw: SEG – I’m Not A Monster

Lockup Raw: SEG – I’m Not A Monster

11/13/15 11:17AM

Inmate Christ Trotter has survived living in solitary confinement for nearly a decade. Locked in his cell 23 hours per day, Trotter tells us about the experience. To see more of Trotter’s story, tune into the all-new Lockup Raw episode airing Saturday, November 14th at 10PM ET/7PM PT. watch

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