Contents 1 Networks based in New Jersey 2 Television shows filmed in or set in New Jersey 3 Motion pictures filmed in New Jersey 3.1 Location 3.2 Studio 4 Film festivals 5 See also 6 External links 7 References


Networks based in New Jersey[edit] Further information: List of television stations in New Jersey Further information: List of television stations in New York (by region) Cable network CNBC originates most of its in-studio programming from Englewood Cliffs. Sister news network MSNBC broadcast from studios in Secaucus from 1997 until late 2007, when the network moved to Rockefeller Center's GE Building in a cost-cutting measure by parent company NBC Universal. MyNetworkTV flagship station WWOR-TV (Channel 9) is licensed to and broadcasts from Secaucus; former owner RKO General moved the New York-based station across the Hudson in 1983 in an unsuccessful attempt to retain the station's license. WNET is licensed to Newark Cable and Satellite CNBC MLB Network NBA TV News 12 New Jersey NHL Network VHF stations (digital) Channel 8: WNJB - (PBS) "N.J. Public Television" Channel 9: WWOR-TV - (My Network TV) - Secaucus Channel 13: WNET - (PBS) - Newark UHF stations (digital) Channel 33: WJLP - (MeTV) - Middletown Township (transmits on channel 3, but mapped to channel 33 on FCC order) Channel 34: WPXO-LD (low power) - (América Tevé) - East Orange Channel 39: WDVB-CA - (Independent) - Edison Channel 41: WXTV-DT - (Univision) - Paterson Channel 47: WNJU - (Telemundo) - Linden Channel 50: WNJN - (PBS) "N.J. Public Television" Channel 58: WNJB - (PBS) "N.J. Public Television" Channel 63: WMBC-TV - (Independent) - Newton Channel 68: WFUT-DT - (UniMás) - Newark


Television shows filmed in or set in New Jersey[edit] Further information: List of television shows set in New Jersey The Street (1988 TV series) "The first television series to be shot entirely in New Jersey..."[28] Bar Karma Cartoon Network's Adult Swim cartoon Aqua Teen Hunger Force and Toonami cartoon Megas XLR are both set in New Jersey. The opening of the popular NBC comedy Ed was filmed in Hillsdale and Westfield, New Jersey. In the animated television comedy Futurama, New Jersey is slandered many times by the characters. In one episode, Fry finds a seemingly ideal apartment while house hunting, but later comments, upon finding out that the home is located in New Jersey, that he found "not one place even remotely liveable". In another, when discussing the global garbage problem, a television ad states that "... landfills were full ... New Jersey was full ...", implying a lack of places to store garbage. Additionally, Robot Hell is located in Atlantic City. The popular Fox television show House is set in a fictional hospital located in the Princeton-Plainsboro area. (The exterior shots of the "hospital" are actually shots of the exterior of Princeton University's Frist Campus Center.) The Fox show Point Pleasant was based on a fictional version of the town. (It was not shot on location within the actual town of the same name.) The Bravo TV series Real Housewives of New Jersey is a reality show based on the daily lives of five New Jersey women living in Franklin Lakes. The popular television drama The Sopranos depicts the life of a New Jersey organized crime family and is filmed on location at various places throughout the state. Series creator and writer-director David Chase grew up in Clifton and North Caldwell. The Disney Channel Original Series Jonas is taken place in New Jersey on a fictional J.O.N.A.S. street. The HBO series Boardwalk Empire, a historical drama set during the prohibition era, takes place in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The HBO prison drama Oz was filmed in an old warehouse in Bayonne, with much of the series filmed around the now-defunct Military Ocean Terminal Base.[12] The NBC drama Law and Order: Special Victims Unit filmed police station and courtroom scenes at NBC's Central Archives building in North Bergen,[29][30] and filmed other scenes throughout the county, such as a 2010 episode filmed at the Meadowlands Parkway in Secaucus.[12] The television medical drama House is set in New Jersey and takes place at the fictional Princeton Plainsboro Teaching Hospital. Overhead images of the building are actually the Frist Campus Center at Princeton University. In his comedy special What Am I Doing in New Jersey?, filmed at the Park Theater, George Carlin comments that he believes New Jersey deserves the title "Toll Booth Capital of the United States of America". He also suggests changing the state nickname from "The Garden State" to "The Toll Booth State". The NBC show Ed was based in the fictional town of Stuckeyville, Ohio, but filmed in various locations in New Jersey. Stuckeybowl, one of the main settings of the show and where they also had numerous sets, was located in Northvale, New Jersey before it was demolished in 2006. The Adventures of Pete & Pete, set in the fictional town of Wellesville in an unnamed state, was filmed in New Jersey. Originally, the school scenes were shot in Bayonne and the neighborhood scenes in South Orange, and Leonia. For the third season, production took place in Cranford. The occasional New Jersey Transit Bus or other such object in a shot would occasionally give this fact away. NBC's medical drama Mercy is set in the fictional Mercy Hospital in Jersey City. The short-lived hospital drama was filmed at a warehouse in Secaucus, a private residence in Weehawken and a public school in Jersey City.[31] The MTV reality show Jersey Shore (TV series) takes place in Seaside Heights, New Jersey as well as other South Jersey locales during seasons 1 and 3. Cake Boss The CW action-thriller television series Nikita is set in and around New Jersey.


Motion pictures filmed in New Jersey[edit] On location in Newark, 2004 Location[edit] Further information: List of films set in New Jersey Further information: Category:Films shot in New Jersey Coyote Ugly beginning filmed in South Amboy, NJ. The Family Stone starring Diane Keaton, Sarah Jessica Parker, Amy Adams, Luke Wilson and Craig T. Nelson was filmed on location in Madison, NJ. The Great Train Robbery, 1903 The 1979 film The Amityville Horror was filmed in Toms River and the scene in the church was filmed in Point Pleasant Beach. The original Friday the 13th horror movie was filmed at Camp NoBeBoSco in Blairstown as the setting for Camp Crystal Lake.[32] The Family Man, starring Nicolas Cage, was filmed in Teaneck in 2000. In the 1996 science fiction film Independence Day the scene in which Jeff Goldblum and Judd Hirsch are playing chess was filmed in West New York. The title character in The Toxic Avenger is often touted as the first superhero from New Jersey. In the 2005 film adaptation of War of the Worlds, the beginning of the movie is set in New Jersey, an homage to the 1938 radio broadcast. The film World Trade Center, starring Nicolas Cage, had numerous scenes shot in Glen Rock, New Jersey The 2004 film Garden State was set and filmed in New Jersey. It was written, directed and starred in by Zach Braff, who grew up in New Jersey. The film's title refers to the state's nickname. Director Kevin Smith's movies have a recurring set of characters (most famously Jay and Silent Bob) who nearly all of come from New Jersey (primarily the "tri-town" area of Atlantic Highlands, Leonardo, and Red Bank). The state appears in all of Smith's films, and his first three films, Clerks, Mallrats and Chasing Amy, were dubbed the "New Jersey Trilogy." The short-lived animated spinoff spawned by Clerks also took place in the same locations as the movie. Smith's subsequent efforts, Dogma, Jersey Girl, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, and Clerks II all had scenes taking place in various New Jersey locales. The Ron Howard film Cinderella Man and the Elia Kazan film On the Waterfront both take place in the old Hudson County docks. Although not credited, at least one scene from The Godfather (1972) was filmed in New Jersey. The scene in which Clemenza states the famous line, "Leave the gun. Take the cannolis," was filmed in the marsh along the Hudson River in Jersey City, just west of the Statue of Liberty, in what is now Liberty State Park. Sorcerer (1977), directed by William Friedkin, Stars: Roy Scheider, Bruno Cremer and Francisco Rabal, The beginning scenes of the movie were filmed in Elizabeth, NJ. The original Friday the 13th horror movie was filmed in Blairstown as the setting for Camp Crystal Lake.[33] Daddy Warbucks' mansion from the 1982 movie Annie was built in 1929 by Hubert Parson, the president of F.W. Woolworth. He called it Shadow Lawn. Now it is Woodrow Wilson Hall, owned by Monmouth University at West Long Branch, NJ. Also in Annie, the raised bridge that Rooster chases Annie up is located in East Newark, NJ.[34] The 1982 film The World According to Garp includes a scene that was shot around characters in two cars on the Rutgers main campus in New Brunswick even though the film is set in New England. The 1983 cult classic Eddie and the Cruisers was filmed mostly in Somers Point and Ocean City. The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension (1984) was set in New Brunswick, and includes a scene set in "Greasy Tony's"—a real Rutgers-area eatery. The 1988 comedy film Big starring Tom Hanks, was filmed in Cliffside Park. The 1989 film Lean on Me took place in Paterson, New Jersey Goodfellas, the 1990 Martin Scorsese film about the mob, had some scenes filmed on location in Fort Lee. The 1993 film Coneheads was set and filmed in Paramus. The 1994 film I.Q., about Albert Einstein's attempt to play matchmaker for his niece, was filmed in Princeton, Lawrenceville, Cranbury, and Rocky Hill. Although depicting Newark's notorious car theft rate, the 1995 film New Jersey Drive[35] was shot in East Orange, Elizabeth, and Paterson, as well as Brooklyn, Harlem, and Queens, New York. The 1997 film Big Night was shot in the bayshore towns of Keyport and Keansburg. The film Cop Land (1997) was filmed in Fort Lee, Cliffside Park, Teaneck and Edgewater. The 1998 film One True Thing, starring Meryl Streep, Renée Zellweger, and William Hurt, was filmed in the towns of Maplewood, Morristown, and at Princeton University. 2001's A Beautiful Mind had several scenes shot at both Princeton University and Fairleigh Dickinson University (Madison campus). The movie is a biopic of the mathematician John Nash, who resided in Princeton, New Jersey until his death in 2015. Although supposedly set in New York City, the 2003 movie School of Rock was filmed primarily in Edison and Mahwah, perhaps due to the significance these towns have on rock music. The 2004 Sundance Film Festival favorite Garden State (starring Zach Braff and Natalie Portman) was shot on location in Maplewood and South Orange. The 2004 stoner film Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle took place in New Jersey. Several locations seen in the movie include Princeton University, Newark, New Brunswick, and a fictional White Castle in Cherry Hill. The movie War of the Worlds was filmed in many locations in New Jersey, including Bayonne, Howell Township and Newark. The infamous radio show broadcast starring Orson Welles, The War of the Worlds was set in Grover's Mill (a section of West Windsor Township) and other locations around New Jersey. The film The Wrestler took place in Elizabeth, New Jersey and was filmed throughout there and the rest of the state. The film The Wedding Singer starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore takes place in Ridgefield, New Jersey. The Broadway Musical of the same title starring Stephen Lynch as Robbie Hart and Laura Benanti as Julia Sullivan also takes place in Ridgefield. The film The Station Agent was filmed and took place in Newfoundland, New Jersey. Actor James L. Avery, Sr. was born in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Be Kind Rewind took place in Passaic, New Jersey. The Hurricane (1999 film), various locations including East Jersey State Prison and Hudson County Courthouse The online web-series "EverymanHYBRID" is set and produced prominently in and around Hamilton and Princeton, NJ. At the beginning of the 2010 film Morning Glory, Rachel McAdams' character is the producer of fictional morning show Good Morning New Jersey, filmed at MediaMix Studios in Allendale, New Jersey. tráfico an TV series about human trafficking in the United States is shot in Roselle, NJ, www.trafico-series.tv The short film Meet Me in the Ironbound was filmed on location at numerous Newark locations. Studio[edit] Filming at the Pathé American studio in Jersey City Heights (1912) The floor space and height of the Jersey City Armory has led to its use as a temporary studio for many projects, including Robert De Niro's A Bronx Tale, the Faye Dunaway thriller Eyes Of Laura Mars, Laura Brannigan's music video "Self-Control",[36] Woody Allen's Deconstructing Harry,[37] Terry Kinney's Diminished Capacity,[38] and A Perfect Murder by Andrew Davis.[39]


Film festivals[edit] Black Maria Film Festival[40] Garden State Film Festival[41] Hoboken Film Festival[42] Newark Black Film Festival[43] NJ Jewish Film Festival[44]


See also[edit] Passaic: Birthplace of Television and the DuMont Story List of movies based on location New Jersey Film Festival List of people from New Jersey View Askewniverse List of festivals in New Jersey


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