wp cron – How to force ‘cron_schedules’ every minute instead 1 hour?

I have a problem because I try to run my function every minute…

And there are my two codes which I tried:

function my_cron_schedules($schedules){
    if(!isset($schedules("61sec"))){
        $schedules("61sec") = array(
            'interval' => 61,
            'display' => __('Every 61 sec'));
    }
    return $schedules;
}
add_filter('cron_schedules','my_cron_schedules');
 
add_action('wp','setup_schedule');
function setup_schedule() {
  if (!wp_next_scheduled('expire_ogl') ) {
    wp_schedule_event( current_time('timestamp'), '61sek' , 'expire_ogl');
  }
}

add_action( 'expire_ogl', 'expire_ogl_now' );
function expire_ogl_now() {
update_post_meta(1,'now',date());
}

I tried to do also this:

add_action('wp','setup_schedule');
    function setup_schedule() {
      if (!wp_next_scheduled('expire_ogl') ) {
        wp_schedule_event( current_time('timestamp'), 'every_minute' , 'expire_ogl');
      }
    }
    
    add_action( 'expire_ogl', 'expire_ogl_now' );
    function expire_ogl_now() {
    update_post_meta(1,'now',date());
    }

But when I check planned schedules – I get always that it will be runed every hour (even If I set ’61sec’ or ‘every_minute’. Can somone help me? Thank you in advance.