This is the WHPX Court TV TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the New York Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|5:30 PM||60 Days In |
The first five participants enter Fulton County Jail and encounter drug use and sexual behavior.
|6:30 PM||60 Days In |
The participants are on edge due to inmate suspicions and power-plays in Fulton County Jail.
|7:30 PM||60 Days In |
Lockdowns are enforced in the prison following a violent fight in the women's pod and an abuse of power in pod 600.
|8:30 PM||60 Days In |
Uneasy alliances form that create new risks for the participants while they face even more difficult obstacles in order to survive life on the inside.
|9:30 PM||60 Days In |
A flood hits the South Annex and escalates problems with cellmates. Also: respect issues push the participants to the brink of despair in the Fulton County Jail.
|10:30 PM||60 Days In |
Cover is questioned amongst the male particpants while the women struggle to continue, and one may even drop out.
|11:30 PM||60 Days In |
The Bloods continue their rise to power in the 500 block. Also: small mistakes lead to big issues for the participants.
|12:30 AM||60 Days In |
A chaotic mass evacuation drill in 500 turns dangerous when inmates slip their restraints, and a rumor about the program in the women's pod surfaces and puts two participants in a vulnerable position.
|1:30 AM||It Takes a Killer |
The case of a seductress who weaves a web of temptation, lies and murder.
|2:00 AM||Investigative Reports |
Profiling members of a Las Vegas rescue unit, a group that specializes in helping victims of accidents in the Nevada wilderness. Host: Bill Kurtis.
|3:00 AM||Investigative Reports |
Profiling students at a mortuary-science school in San Francisco as they go through their apprenticeships in preparation for careers as morticians. Host: Bill Kurtis.
|4:00 AM||Investigative Reports |
“Celebrity Close Encounters” looks at public figures who believe in alien beings. Also: how the idea of UFOs became popular in the 1950s.
|5:00 AM||Investigative Reports |
An examination of teen suicide from the perspective of family members and mental-health experts. Included: why depression is considered the main cause. Host: Bill Kurtis.
Because WHPX Court TV is a local broadcast channel, there is a good chance you are one of the 90% of households that can receive this channel for free with a TV antenna. We have a report that shows you what to expect if you installed a TV within your home.
If an antenna doesn't work for you, then live streaming may be the answer. Many live streaming services such as YouTube TV, Hulu Live, Sling and AT&T TV Now have local channels on their service at drastically cheaper prices compared to what your local Cable TV provider offers. Check this report to see if you can stream WHPX Court TV locally.