There never seems to be a quiet month for TV show billboards these days, especially in the brave new world of digital streaming. Here's a cool collection of outdoor ads for new series, returning favourites and the start of the awards season consideration frenzy around Los Angeles in November 2015 (sorry they're delayed, Thanksgiving got in the way this month).
If you're a fan of the conspiracy drama, be sure to check out all these other Mr. Robot series launch billboards from earlier this year.
Fox's hit R&B musical drama Empire came back on screens at the end of September, but it's still getting some ad support in the skies of L.A., with a black background replacing the fierce season two Empire billboards with the white background design.
One of my favourite shows of recent times is Netflix's adaptation of Marvel's Jessica Jones character (played wonderfully by Krysten Ritter), which exists in the same Marvel cinematic universe, but in the grittier New York streets that the Daredevil series also called home. It's such a brilliant and faithful translation of comic book to small screen, and has really made me understand the super-powered private investigator's flaws and motivations more.
If you like this provocative saluting Statue of Liberty, be sure to also check out all these other billboards for The Man in the High Castle.
The show has been kept back for the New Year to give it more support and a midseason push, although it does makes you wonder if it's any good. I did like ad creative's parody of the cherubs in the famous Sistine Madonna painting though.
From one show about mysteries to another, and The Curse of Oak Island is back for a third season exploring what treasures (if any) and secrets lie buried beneath the Nova Scotian island.
show's season one billboard, but 'screw your ex' is a great double-meaning tagline.
Better Call Saul's Bob Odenkirk and standup comedian David Cross serving up a new assortment of sketches.
Be sure to compare these to what TV billboards were around last November and stay tuned for a roundup of all the lifestyle billboards filling the city skyline these past few weeks.
See you soon...