Next month CI screens an immersive series, Undercover High, in which cameras look at what really goes on in American schools.
This follows seven young adults, ranging in age from 21 to 26, who embed themselves for a semester in Topeka, Kansas’ Highland Park High School.
It screened in the US in January and begins here with a double episode premiere.
As an expansion of the ground-breaking 60 Days In series, six adults are going undercover for a semester inside one of America’s most distressed high schools. Undercover High is an unprecedented social experiment where participants will act as both students and staff to see what’s really going on before (and after) the bell rings. Their goal: blend in so they can understand what (or who) is causing the violence, drugs, teen pregnancy and serious issues facing this school.
Tuesdays from April 3 at 7.30pm on Crime + Investigation.