The older a show gets on network TV the less support it seems to get in the form of outdoor advertising, whilst the same can not be said of cable channels and streaming services which treat every season as a chance to lure you back to your favourite shows, or entice new viewers to binge-watch and get up to speed up for the latest episodes. Here's a cool collection of eye-catching television billboards turning heads this Fall 2016 season.
It's been a hell of a wait to see who died at his hands, but from the looks of things, that's only the start of his reign of terror.
Meanwhile FX's horror anthology series, American Horror Story, teased us for months with the theme of the latest sixth season and had the best marketing campaign with a variety of all these creepy AHS: 6? billboards.
Speaking of blood and gore, and Starz Ash vs. Evil Dead returned to the skies for a second season of battling the undead this Fall.
I still think the series features a bunch of self-centered, obnoxious characters (mainly 'Maura Pfefferman's' grownup children), but their struggles are so compelling I can't stop watching and the season finale was a real highlight thanks to Judith Light's outstanding performance.
NBC's conspiracy thriller Blindspot returned for its sophomore season, but this billboard along the Sunset Strip was the only outdoor support I spied this month.
season two Narcos billboards.
Plus the employees of the 'Cloud 9' Superstore were open for business for a second season (although they were also going on strike),
And E! News, which has been going since September 1991, had this fun ad creative about popular TV show Mr. Robot to help grab attention fro the pop culture show.
These weren't the only TV shows competing for your eyeballs this month, so be sure to check out all the new Fall TV show billboards also filling the sprawling city skyline in September.
Come back next month for more snapshots of L.A.'s streets and skies, and visit my Daily Billboard Blog for all the very latest cool visuals trying to turn heads.
In the meantime, don't be a stranger...