This is the KPLR Court TV TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the St. Louis Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|3:00 PM||60 Days In |
The participants near the finish of their days in jail as pressure builds in each pod.
|4:00 PM||60 Days In |
Three participants remain and one suffers a meltdown when a woman in F-Pod is released. Elsewhere: D-Pod sees a power struggle with a constant threat of violence.
|5:00 PM||60 Days In |
All seven participants meet to discuss their experience and tensions rise when a contentious moment is addressed in the season finale.
|6:30 PM||60 Days In |
Update on participants from "Season 1."
|7:30 PM||60 Days In |
Three members of the group offer insight about their time behind bars.
|8:30 PM||60 Days In |
Three participants speak about their time behind bars.
|9:30 PM||60 Days In |
Eight new participants enter Clark County Jail as undercover inmates to examine how drugs and contraband get into the facility in the second season premiere.
|10:30 PM||60 Days In |
Four new participants enter to examine corruption as phase two begins.
|11:30 PM||60 Days In |
Participants seek acceptance in the pods as new participants enter the program.
|12:30 AM||It Takes a Killer |
Women begin mysteriously disappearing in a working-class Rhode Island town. Cops investigate and discover the dark obsession of a serial killer nobody suspected.
|1:00 AM||Investigative Reports |
“Playing to Extremes” examines parental involvement in children's sports. Included: a former ice skater who gave up the sport.
|2:00 AM||Investigative Reports |
The 1998 death of toddler Maggie Dittman, who died after being shaken by her baby sitter. Included: interviews with Dittman's parents.
|3:00 AM||Investigative Reports |
“Campus Insecurity” examines cases in which college students came to harm. Host: Bill Kurtis.
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