Hard Cell is a fictional satire documentary about the inmates of HMP Wolseley.

Writer and creator, Catherine Tate believes in the rehabilitation of these women who do not deserve to be in prison for non-violent crimes.

She adapts prison musicals as a form of creativity and self-expression which will refresh these inmates and make them reach for life and rehabilitation more willingly

The characters aim to portray the range of personalities found in a prison- from a violent pink-haired woman who describes singing

Laced with witty humor and sarcasm, this mockumentary skillfully portrays life behind bars and the trials that come with it.

Anywhere hard cell lacks, Catherine Tate fulfills. This is a show with a serious message but made to be taken lightl

A lot of characters are only present to add comical effect to the show. Many elements from the show are unrealistic so it is safe to say that those bits are only for the laughs.