At long last, Madea returns to the big screen in TYLER PERRY'S MADEA GOES TO JAIL. This time America's favorite irreverent, pistol-packin' grandmomma is raising hell behind bars and lobbying for her freedom...Hallelujer!
Madea returns in another hilarious story in which she gets sent to the big house. But regardless of the circumstances, she gives her trademark advice and wisdom to her friends and family as they learn the importance of letting go, moving on, and forgiveness.
Shot on location in cities across the US, Jail follows prison inmates from their initial booking through their first moments behind bars. Each episode captures the harsh and sometimes humorous reality of what happens to criminals after they're caught.
Louis takes an in-depth look at Miami's jail system, a vast holding pen for the unconvicted where most inmates are awaiting trial.
Observational documentary series filmed over six months in one of New York's toughest jails.
Jailbreak was a reality television game show. It was hosted by Craig Charles, and co-presented by Charlie Stayt and Ruth England. It was shown in 2000 by Five in the United Kingdom. Original host Ulrika Jonsson had to pull out of the project due to health concerns over her newborn child. Contestants in Jailbreak had to escape from a mock prison in order to win a cash prize of £100,000. The "prison", at a secret location near Potters Bar, Hertfordshire, was fitted with hi-tech security systems. "Inmates" faced a three-week authentic prison regime, complete with 35 prison guards and a 18-foot high fence topped with razor wire. A number of chinks in the security system were deliberately placed by the production team. Escapes were aided by a series of clues, and by texts from the viewing public with suggestions on escape routes. The show was won by three female contestants Roberta Woodhouse, 29, Hannah Davies, 24, and Laura Hawkins, 22. They broke out of the prison in the early hours of a Saturday morning - 14 days into the show. It has not been commissioned for a further series.
Jailbait is an American improvised comedy web series starring John Lehr as Oswald "Ozzie" O'Connor, a guy who accidentally buys drugs in a sting operation and is sent to prison. Ten episodes premiered on April 1, 2011 on Crackle.com
Las Vegas Jailhouse is an American documentary television series that shows Las Vegas police officers handling the detention and booking process of various criminals arrested in Las Vegas, most of which are drunk drivers, the publicly intoxicated, and prostitutes. The show is filmed in the Clark County Detention Center. The show was created by John Langley and Morgan Langley, creator of the popular show COPS. It premiered on January 31, 2010 on the cable network truTV. Season two premiered July 11, 2010 and the third season on January 9, 2011.
Buch in de Bajes is een Nederlands televisieprogramma dat wordt uitgezonden op RTL 4. Presentator Menno Buch volgt de dagelijkse gang van zaken in een Nederlandse gevangenis van dichtbij en praat met gedetineerden en personeelsleden.
Lockup explore prison facilities throughout the United States, profiling notable inmates, incidents, and prison operations.