Watch Louisiana Lockdown Season 1
8. After Midnight
aired: Fri, Jul 20, 2012
As the final rodeo of the season approaches, a rookie takes on the former champ. One inmate learns he will go free after 18 years behind bars. And Angola's staff come to terms with their own life sentences.
7. Death Ride
aired: Fri, Jul 13, 2012
Slater faces the end to his ten-year marriage, and copes with being a single father. An inmate decides to ride in the rodeo for the first time, while a former champion tries to revive his career and risks fatal injury. Warden Cain combats a smear campaign
aired: Fri, Jul 6, 2012
The K9 unit goes on a manhunt in the dead of night. An inmate tries to work his way out of the disciplinary unit. And a prisoner plans a wedding behind bars. But first he's got to get the Warden's approval.
aired: Fri, Jun 29, 2012
Fruge oversees the processing of 23 new inmates as they begin the rest of their lives in prison. A grandfather and grandson meet for the first time, as two Angola lifers. And a convicted felon is laid to rest in Angola's cemetery.
4. Hunger Strike
aired: Fri, Jun 22, 2012
Slater tries to pull off a public horse auction, but must confront his increasingly troubled home life. Inmates try to move up the ladder at Angola, but find this easier said than done. And a hunger striker gives Warden Cain an ultimatum.
3. Drug Bust
aired: Fri, Jun 15, 2012
Asst. Warden Cathy Fontenot struggles with being a warden and a mother, while an inmate hopes for a chance to be a father from behind bars. And, when drugs infiltrate the prison, security goes on high alert.
2. Prison Suicide
aired: Fri, Jun 8, 2012
As the first rodeo of the season approaches, Angola inmates gear up for the ride of their lives. But as the prison prepares for rodeo Sunday, tragedy strikes in Camp J and tests the staff's limitations.
1. Killer Roadtrip
aired: Fri, Jun 1, 2012
Warden Burl Cain and his staff confront a historic flood that threatens to wreak havoc on Angola Prison. As the Mississippi's waters rise, the Warden must decide whether or not to trigger a risky evacuation of thousands of convicted felons.