This month there were so many TV show billboard gracing L.A.'s skyline that I had to split them into two categories, returning favourite TV show billboards and new series making their debut in the city skies. Here's a collection of the rookie shows trying to turns heads and attract an audience this October 2016.
Another fox show which tried something different this Fall season was Pitch, a sports drama the first female pitcher in Major League baseball.
The first is a spy thriller starring The Hobbit's Richard Armitage as a CIA agent who arrives with a clandestine mission at the CIA foreign station in Berlin, Germany.
The next stars Nick Nolte as an ex-President in the political comedy, Graves, in which the former POTUS realizes twenty years later that his policies weren't that great and that his First Lady wife has political ambitions of her own. Sound familiar this election season?
Meanwhile the USA Network was also exploring the realm of shared dreams in its new sci-fi series Falling Water, and this ad creative with dripping water like a needle in an eye certainly captured attention.
In the world of stand-up comedy, Kevin Hart was traveling around America in new series Hart of the City to discover fresh new stand-up talent.
And from demons to extraterrestrials, and TBS has a new comedy about an alien abductee support group called People of Earth, accompanied by this fun ad creative.
Come back soon for this month's Halloween, drinks and other lifestyle-themed billboard roundup and in the meantime check out my Daily Billboard blog for all the latest ad creatives turning head in L.A.
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