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Lockup

"Lockup" shows life inside prisons across America and around the world. 

8/2/15
02:00 AM
"Inside Alaska"  Life inside Alaska's Spring Creek Correctional Center.  (Repeat) MSNBC
8/2/15
03:00 AM
"Inside Indiana State"  Originally built to house prisoners during the Civil War, the Indiana State Prison is now home to nearly 2,000 maximum security inmates.  (Repeat) MSNBC
8/2/15
04:00 AM
"Return to Corcoran"  The Corcoran State Prison, located in an isolated valley, is one of California's largest maximum-security institutions.  (Repeat) MSNBC
8/2/15
06:00 AM
"Inside Kentucky State Penitentiary"  Behind the walls of Kentucky's only maximum security prison.  (Repeat) MSNBC
8/3/15
12:00 AM
"Inside Holman"  Alabama's Holman maximum security prison.  (Repeat) MSNBC
8/3/15
01:00 AM
"Inside Brushy Mountain"  The Brushy Mountain facility has an unusual population of lifers and first-time inmates.  (Repeat) MSNBC
8/7/15
10:00 PM
"Inside Alaska"  Life inside Alaska's Spring Creek Correctional Center.  (Repeat) MSNBC
8/7/15
11:00 PM
"Inside Indiana State"  Originally built to house prisoners during the Civil War, the Indiana State Prison is now home to nearly 2,000 maximum security inmates.  (Repeat) MSNBC
8/8/15
01:00 AM
"Inside Brushy Mountain"  The Brushy Mountain facility has an unusual population of lifers and first-time inmates.  (Repeat) MSNBC
8/8/15
04:00 AM
"Inside Brushy Mountain"  The Brushy Mountain facility has an unusual population of lifers and first-time inmates.  (Repeat) MSNBC
Lockup

Premise
MSNBC airs fewer news programs on the weekends than it does during the week, which opens the door for the network to air other types of shows on Saturday and Sunday. Much of that time is filled with shows from the ``Lockup'' franchise, which started with this docuseries that reveals what life is like inside prisons across America and around the world. The show profiles inmates as well as people who work at the facilities and, in some episodes, inmates are given their own personal video cameras to depict what prison life is like from an inmate's viewpoint.

Program data from Tribune Media Services, Inc.