This festive holiday season there's been a veritable cornucopia of televisual delights to unwrap this December and for the New Year, with new series, specials, awards shows, returning favourites and more streaming, available online, via cable and network TV channels. Here's a roundup of the abundance of TV billboards filling L.A.'s crowded skyline this December 2016.
The critically-acclaimed TBS show, Search Party, received some super-sized support along the Sunset Strip to encourage you to binge-watch the first season on demand this holiday season.
Plus Starz's pirate show Black Sails also had this giant billboard to tease its fourth and final season, giving you the chance to play catch-up.
With one show coming to an end another TV franchise is getting a new lease of life in 2017, with Fox reviving 24 with Corey Hawkins taking over from Kiefer Sutherland to stop terrorist threats in 24: Legacy.
And speaking of Homeland security and Claire Danes returns as 'Carrie Mathison' for a sixth season of Showtime's drama protecting the U.S. from foreign threats.
Another show back for a third season is Schitt's Creek, a comedy where a rich, entitled family learns to live in the real world after going broke.
If you like this Sound of Music spoof ad creative, make sure you also check out previous It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia billboards which have hilariously paid homage to the rock world, horror films, TV shows and more for past seasons.
It's a shame that Star Trek's latest movie used the word Beyond so dramatically in its billboards, as it makes this atmospheric ad creative a tad tame in comparison.
NBC brings in the big guns to save The Celebrity Apprentice from its toxic history with Donald trump, enlisting action star Arnold Schwarzenegger to host proceedings in the boardroom where C-List celebs like Boy George, Carson Kressley, Brooke Burke-Charvet and Snooki compete against each other in the business-themed reality competition.
Over on NBC Chris Hardwick hosts a new game show called The Wall, giving teammates the chance to win $12,000,000.
Make sure you check out what TV billboards were standing out in last December's L.A. skies and come back in the New Year to see what 2017 has to offer.
On a final note, after the death of George Michael and Carrie Fisher over the holiday period, let's hope 2016 doesn't have any more bad news to come...