Now that the year is in full swing it means that many TV shows are returning from their midseason breaks and even more new series are launching, hoping to find an audience. Here's a collection of the new and returning show billboards looking to stand out in the city skyline this February.
Meanwhile over on Amazon's streaming service, they have adapted Michael Connelly's series of books about 'Harry Bosch' solving crimes in L.A. for the small screen. I've read many of the novels, so I'm keen to see how Titus Welliver portrays the character and how the character is translated to an episodic television show.
Over on Adult Swim, The Jack and Triumph Show parodied Disney's infamous Lady & the Tramp spaghetti-eating scene with this series premiere billboard.
Whilst on HBO, The Jinx was a new docu-series investigating the life and deaths of Robert Durst. Did he kill his wife and two other people, and if so why is he agreeing to be part of this documentary show?
And John Oliver was back with the sophomore season of Last Week Tonight and he was really shaking things up for the new season of political commentary and comic observations. Actually he wasn't really changing anything (if it ain't broke) and the comedy pony was just to get your attention - good job!
At the beginning of February Jimmy Fallon brought The Tonight Show to L.A. for a limited engagement (usually based in NYC) and got some billboard support too.
female 'Hero' billboard for season three of The Following and the previous season promo billboards too.
season eight billboards for The Voice shining the spotlight on all the mentors.
As you can see, there's lots of choice on traditional TV channels and via online streaming platforms, and only time will tell which series succeed and which face cancellation hell.
Be sure to come back next month for another roundup, but check out Daily Billboard every day to see all the latest TV show outdoor ad creatives, plus much more besides.
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