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National Geographic: Locked Up Abroad Season Premiere

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National Geographic: Locked Up Abroad Season Premiere

The season premiere of National Geographic: Locked Up Abroad aired Wednesday, April 01, 2009 on the National Geographic Channel.  Locked Up Abroad is a documentary-style series that focuses on foreigners traveling who break local laws in other countries and must pay the consequences; mostly, they have committed drug-related crimes.

The first episode of National Geographic: Locked Up Abroad this season is titled, “National Geographic – Locked up Abroad: Cuzco,” and featured two British citizens, who were arrested for trying to smuggle a suitcase of Cocaine out of Peru.

In the episode, Sarah is a part-hardy attic who is trying to pay off debts to her dealers by taking on the smuggling mission.  She gets an innocent man, Simon, involved by trying to implicate him for his innocent looks, as a cover.  Unaware of her intentions, Simon takes the bait.  They are both caught and locked up for several months while awaiting charges.  Eventually, Sarah admits the truth, and Simon is freed.

A new episode of National Geographic: Locked Up Abroad will air every Wednesday at 10:00pm on the National Geographic Channel.  The following episode guide features all the National Geographic: Locked Up Abroad episodes for this season that are strictly drug-related:

Locked Up Abroad: Cuzco (Apr.1); Locked Up Abroad: Ecuador (Monday Apr.6); Locked Up Abroad: Caracas (Apr.8); Locked Up Abroad: Puerto Vallarta (Apr.22)

For more information on each specific episode, check out the National Geographic: Locked Up Abroad website at: http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/series/locked-up-abroad/

Here’s a clip from last season:

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