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Showtime’s “Time of Death” set for November

The Magical Elves-produced series about terminally ill people and their families will begin airing on the U.S. cable network on November 1. (Pictured L-R: exec producers Jane Lipsitz and Dan Cutforth)
September 19, 2013

U.S. cable network Showtime is to premiere the six-part documentary series Time of Death on November 1.

Produced by Magical Elves, the series takes an in-depth look at the last days of terminally ill people and their families, including a single mother with Stage IV breast cancer, a grandmother with inoperable pancreatic cancer, a veteran with a rare cancer, and a young woman with Stage IV melanoma, among others.

Time of Death is exec produced by Magical Elves’ Jane Lipsitz (pictured above, left) and Dan Cutforth (right).

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