Wow, what another month it's been for Emmy campaigning in the skies of L.A., with all the studios, networks and channels trying to get TV Academy voters attention for their television shows and stars to try and win those coveted awards. Before you take look at all the nominated series and actors, be sure to also check out the frenzy there was a few months ago when all the 2015 Emmy consideration billboards filled the Hollywoodland skyline.
This year Comedy Central received 26 Primetime Emmy nominations across its hit shows like Inside Amy Schumer, Key & Peele, Drunk History, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and more. No wonder they're hoping for a 'happy ending' at this year's awards ceremony on September 20, 2015.
Quite possibly my guiltiest pleasure on TV, Project Runway, is also hopeful for some Emmy wins this year for the reality fashion competition now in its fourteenth season. In my book Tim Gunn and Heidi Klum always make the show work, so they get my vote.
Transparent had one of the best Emmy consideration campaigns featuring memorable moments from the first season.
Whereas other channels and studios had a big push in order to secure nominations, like AMC's Emmy consideration billboards and HBO's cohesive 2015 Emmy ad campaign, Netflix seemed to save their money for when the nominations were announced.
Be sure to check out all the different Netflix Emmy nomination billboards for shows like their hit political drama, House of Cards, now in its third season.
Lily Tomlin also gets some recognition for her part in the comedy Grace and Frankie, where she stars alongside Jane Fonda as two 70-something wives left by their husbands who come out of the closet and plan to marry each other.
fun Emmy consideration billboard with another quirky a creative for its Outstanding Variety Sketch Series nomination.
As you can see once again TV land is spending big to try and win as many industry awards as possible, plus to show support for their shows and talent. Plus in these days of streaming and binge-watching, it also raises the profile of these nominated shows and gives viewers the chance to catch up on series they may have missed the first time around.
In less than a month we'll find out who takes home the awards, so stay tuned...