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Lockup

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

9/7/15
02:00 PM
"New Jersey: Extended Stay - God Is Not Here"  A familiar face tries to escape the jail's revolving door; an inmate who has pled guilty to manslaughter, may have to stand trial for murder.  (Repeat) MSNBC
9/7/15
03:00 PM
"New Jersey: Extended Stay - Smoking Gun"  A police shootout leaves a paroled inmate hospitalized with 14 bullet wounds; a female inmate explains away her arrival as a hair salon mishap.  (Repeat) MSNBC
9/7/15
04:00 PM
"New Jersey: Extended Stay - Going Postal"  A new inmate, trying to adjust to life in jail, is targeted for violence; a drug smuggling scheme is uncovered.  (Repeat) MSNBC
9/7/15
05:00 PM
"New Jersey: Extended Stay - 'Mama's Boy' Drug"  A dangerous drug stages a comeback in the city of Hackensack, N.J.; inmates are provided with cameras to record their intimate thoughts.  (Repeat) MSNBC
9/7/15
06:00 PM
"New Jersey: Extended Stay - No Remorse"  A threat against an officer leads to a major shakedown; an alleged gang leader seems to attract trouble; a high-speed chase ends with the discovery of a murder victim.  (Repeat) MSNBC
9/7/15
07:00 PM
"New Jersey: Extended Stay - Thicker Than a Bowl of Oatmeal"  Inside the Bergen County Jail which lies just outside downtown Hackensack, N.J.; a gang leader's authority is challenged by another inmate.  (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.