Let's face it folks, there are just not enough hours in the day to keep up with all the new TV shows hitting the small screen these days, be it on network, cable or some streaming platform. Here's a collection of just some of the offerings trying to get you to tune in that were spied in the skies of L.A. in February 2016.
Cooper Barrett's Guide to Surviving Life made its debut in January with a provocative light-switch billboard and this new cast billboard heralded more episodes of the new sitcom this month.
and stars James Purefoy and Michael Kenneth Williams.
David and Goliath imagery being key to its outdoor ad campaign.
Black-ish and Fresh Off the Boat, with their comedy The Real O' Neals, whose 16-year-old son comes out to his Catholic Chicago family.
Meanwhile they say never to work with animals or children, so good luck Steve Harvey with your new talent show, Little Big Shots. For me this show feels a little on the child pageant creepy.
From kids to teachers, and TruTV debuted its first scripted comedy series, Those Who Can't this month.
In HBO's new animated series Animals, you can get to see a different side of New York City's four-legged, winged and furry residents and their daily problems in the Big Apple.
And after her own late-night talk show, Chelsea Lately, Chelsea Handler had a new documentary-reality series over on Netflix where she explored important topics like race, drugs, marriage and the Silicon Valley world of high-tech innovations.
These are just some of the new shows and special vying for your viewing attention, and I'm sure more will pop up in the weeks to come. These new series are also competing against returning TV show billboards trying to turn heads this month, plus all the movie and music billboards, fab fashion billboards and eclectic lifestyle outdoor ads crowding the L.A. skyline.
Like always I'll be back at the end of the month with more out-of-home roundups, until then let's hope the weather will be a bit more co-operative this month and make photographing all these billboards a bit easier.
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