Now that the Emmys are out of the way, the skies of L.A. are even more crowded with new Fall TV season ads. Here's a collection of some of the new offerings trying to turn heads and garner an audience in the city skyline this September 2016.
First up is this super-sized patriotic billboard for Kiefer Sutherland's new conspiracy thriller, Designated Survivor, where his low level cabinet minister is suddenly elevated to the position of U.S. President after everyone else in line is wiped out in an explosion.
The CW is actually known for taking risks with its shows, from comic book spin-offs to modern day musicals, so it's strange that even they are remaking a film this season in the form of Frequency. This new episodic reimagining of the 2000 film sees a modern day detective discovering she can talk to her father via a radio in the past.
Speaking of time, and a new series from The CW explores the idea of having No Tomorrow, when a risk averse woman falls for a thrill seeker who believe the end of the world is nigh, so why no enjoy today.
Another new comedy filling the city skyline this past month is The Good Place, starring Kristen Bell and Ted Danson, where she finds herself in Heaven when she really thinks her actions in life should have sent her to the other, bad place.
Fans of the British period drama can also check out these cool Emmy-nominated costumes from Downton Abbey on display at the FIDM Museum L.A.
Meanwhile Marvel's next highly-anticpated Netflix series, Luke Cage, was looking strong and bullet-proof in the city skyline at the end of this month. He was great in Jessica Jones, so I can't wait to see Mike Colter go solo and further expand Marvel's gritty street-based superheroes.
And finally, Rob Lowe got roasted on Comedy Central for Labor Day and had this hilarious double entendre billboard which make me chuckle along the Sunset Strip.
As you can see there's more than enough TV to choose from this new season, plus be sure to get the full picture and check out even more Fall TV billboards from last month.
Stay tuned in the days to come for even more returning TV favourite ad creatives, plus billboards from the worlds of film, music, drink and lifestyle too, gracing L.A.'s sprawling city skyline.
See you soon...