September really has been a bumper month for TV and movie billboards lining the skyline of L.A.
All the television studios have been shouting their loudest to get the maximum bums on seats for their new and returning shows this Autumn season. Here's just some of the offerings from the big and small screen in September.
I'm loving the reverse lettering within the show title in these billboards for The Event. It's the small details that make such a big difference and make you take a closer look.
I love this bright and quirky billboard for the sixth season of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
Speaking of colourful billboards I'm 'gleeking out' over these 'slushie' creatives for the second season of musical comedy Glee.
This Sons of Anarchy season three billboard really stands out along Sunset Boulevard with its Easy Rider vibe.
Whilst this creative for new show, Terriers, is really in your face.
New superhero show, No Ordinary Family, has the comic book credentials of Michael Chiklis, who played 'The Thing' in the big screen version of The Fantastic Four.
I like the documentary feel of these creatives for new series My Generation that are lining the streets of L.A. (even though I've heard a negative buzz about the show itself).
It seems the eyes have it in the next two billboards. First up is William Shatner for a Twitter inspired comedy sitcom $#*! my dad says.
Next Under Siege's Steven Seagal stares down upon the Sunset Strip for Lawman, the reality show about his duties as a reserve deputy sheriff in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana.
This simple and effective creative for Lone Star clearly illustrates the show's central concept about a man living two lives.
Thirty years later and Hawaii Five-O returns to our small screens this Autumn season.
I'm still really impressed by these massive billboards that are so prevalent in L.A., mainly because they are less commonplace in the U.K., and they make such an impact from afar.
The latest billboard for Dexter's fifth season is slightly creepy with its pool of blood and baby bottle imagery.
Finally, enjoy this advertisement for The Defenders and its sexy 'Blind Justice', which is a real attention grabber amidst a pair of suit-wearing lawyers.
Check out another ad creative for The Defenders at Daily Billboard.
Disney continues to tease us with fantastic billboards for its forthcoming Tron revival, this one starring House's Olivia Wilde as cyber warrior 'Quorra'.
Ben Affleck may not be the greatest actor in the world, but he's getting rave reviews for his reinvention as a director and the billboard for his latest movie, The Town, really stands out with its imagery of gun-weilding nun bank robbers.
I'm looking forward to seeing the story behind the creation of Facebook and I love these simple, but evocative billboards for The Social Network movie.
Next here's a whole series of billboards for the computer animated fantasy Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole.
Who could resist those big, cute eyes?
Infamous for his bizarre appearance on David Letterman's Late Show, apparently all part of a planned film with Casey Affleck about the perception of celebrity in today's society.
And there you have it, a smorgasbord of eclectic billboards from the world of entertainment this month.
Enjoy and come back soon for the coolest fashion and lifestyle billboards in September...