Also known as Dziewczyny za kratami in Poland. It debuted on Mar 02, 2018, on Netflix. IMDb's user rating for the series is 7.3 *.
How Many Seasons Are In Girls Incarcerated: 2 (16 episodes)
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Season premieres on June 21, 2019
Netflix, 8 episodes
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Season premieres on March 2, 2018
Netflix, 8 episodes
Girls Incarcerated is on Netflix (USA) Fridays at 6 pm
S2E1 () - Air Date: Jun 21, 2019 (6 days ago)
Girls Incarcerated: Brianna Guerra Wants to Join Navy After Prison TIme - In Touch Weekly - per Intouchweekly
This 17-year-old says she landed at Madison after a string of offensives — including drinking, drug use, and armed robbery. But now she wants to make her family proud, and she even thinks about enlisting in the U.S. Navy when she's released. But as we see on the show, this self-proclaimed "bad girl" has trouble getting out of her own way since her temper often holds her prisoner.
Netflix's 'Girls Incarcerated' Takes A Vital Look At Juvenile Imprisonment In America - Decider - via Decider
What’s unique about incarcerated teenagers is the transition; while many adults are condemned to the system, juveniles still have the opportunity to change and turn things around while inside and once they’ve been released. In this Indiana facility, teenage girls from varying backgrounds with varying convictions face all the problems any high schooler might; struggles with their studies, tension between friends (and enemies), and emotional days. It’s easy to get sucked into the heightened drama of it all at certain moments, but when you realize you’re watching real teenagers just try to figure it all out, it begins to tug at your heartstrings. Many of the girls hide beneath hardened exteriors they’ve created to protect themselves, but at the end of the day, they just want something better – and that’s what several of the staffers at Madison seem to want for them, too.
Netflix's 'Girls Incarcerated' Illustrates The Sad But Powerful Reality Of Growing Up Female - Decider - per Decider
The overarching message of the series seems to be that we truly shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, or write it off altogether because a few chapters were bad. The odds may be stacked against the girls, but with the right help and support, there’s every reason to believe that they can achieve the goals they’ve expressed to having for themselves, whether that’s to become a cosmetologist (like Aubrey Wilson) or getting into TV and radio like Brianna Guerra. There’s a big world out there, and there’s no reason these girls can’t conquer it—they just need a little extra help getting there.
Netflix new show of the week: Girls Incarcerated - Netflix Life - per Netflixlife
Netflix’s new documentary drama, Girls Incarcerated, takes an intimate look at the lives of teenage girls doing time in the Madison Juvenile Facility. From the brief trailer available on the streaming service, the docudrama approaches prison through the lenses of both punishment and rehabilitation; time spent in Madison may originally serve as a consequence for these girls, but it is also–as the trailer points out–one of the only sources of steady support for many of the inmates.