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NJ Motion Picture & Television Commission

The Hon. Tahesha Way, Secretary of State

NJ Motion Picture & Television Commission Update

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Death Saved My Life

Filmed in Collingswood, Haddonfield, Oaklyn, Paterson and Ramsey.

A woman fakes her own death in order to trap her husband after he hires a hitman to kill her. Starring Meagan Good (Brick) and Chiké Okonkwo (The Birth of a Nation).

Premieres Saturday, February 13 at 8:00pm on Lifetime.


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Press Release

  • 02/17/21 - NJ Motion Picture & Television Commission
    New Jersey Well Represented At Entertainment Awards Shows

    New Jersey film fans have plenty of reasons to celebrate this year as the 78th Golden Globe Awards get underway on Sunday, February 28, in Beverly Hills.

  • 02/16/21 - NJ Motion Picture & Television Commission
    Death Saved My Life Premiered on Lifetime

    Haddonfield and other New Jersey towns play a starring role in the thriller Death Saved My Life, which aired on Lifetime on February 13th.

  • 01/28/21 - NJ Motion Picture & Television Commission
    Palisade Stages Opens in Kearny

    The recent influx of film and television activity in New Jersey has created an unprecedented demand for large studio space. Palisade Stages, the first major soundstage to be built in the state, has just opened for business in Kearny.

Last Updated: 01/29/21

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