Monday, November 30, 2020

Attention-grabbing TV billboards filling L.A.'s November 2020 skyline...

Unfortunately with so many people traveling to spend time with their families this Thanksgiving it looks like we've just extended all the COVID-19 lockdowns and stay-at-home orders across America and put our healthcare system under unnecessary strain, so thanks to everyone for being so selfish. For the lucky ones not made ill by the recklessness of others, if you are stuck at home during this pandemic, there are still plenty of TV shows to entertain you and your loved ones. Here's a cool snapshot of all television show billboards gracing Tinseltown's sprawling quarantine skies this November.

TV billboards
Giant This Is Us season 5 billboard
First up is this giant billboard for the fifth season of heartwarming, tearjerking and time-hopping family drama, This Is Us, which manages to address the coronavirus and social justice issues whilst chronicling the lives of the 'Pearson' clan.
The Pack series launch billboard
This month Amazon Prime Video was also providing some super-sized ad support to its new canine-themed reality competition series, The Pack.
Between the World and Me billboard
Premium cabler HBO was adapting Ta-Nehisi Coates Between The World And Me for the small screen and shining a giant-sized spotlight on the special TV event.
Giant His Dark Materials season 2 billboard
The adaptation of Phillip Pullman's His Dark Materials fantasy tale was also back in a big way for a sophomore season this November.
Industry series launch billboard
In the new series, Industry, a group of young graduates compete for a limited set of permanent positions at a prestigious investment bank in London.
Murder on Middle beach billboard
HBO's new four-part true crime documentary series, Murder on Middle Beach, follows a first-time filmmaker trying to solve his mother's violent death near her Connecticut home in 2010
Flight Attendant series launch billboard
The streaming platform HBO Max was also dropping its new original series, The Flight Attendant with Kaley Cuoco, this Thanksgiving.
Stand TV remake billboard
Meanwhile fellow streamer, CBS All Access, was teasing its limited series remake of Stephen King's The Stand this month.
B Positive series premiere billboard
And over on CBS Thomas Middleditch and Annaleigh Ashford were starring in new kidney donor comedy, B Positive
Crown season 4 billboard
Streaming giant Netflix continued to keep its subscribers satisfied this month with a  fourth season of British Royal historical drama, The Crown, and the additions of storylines focusing on Princess Diana and Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
Selena Series billboard
Iconic Tejano singer Selena Quintanilla is also in the spotlight on Netflix this holiday season in the new biographical series starring The Walking Dead's Christian Serratos.
Dash Lily series premiere billboard
Dash & Lily was another new series bringing some festive spirit to the skies and small screen this November.
Kevin Hart Zero Fks Given Netflix billboard
Kevin Hart was hoping to reclaim his former glory in the spotlight with his new Netflix stand-up special, Zero F**ks Given, after his homophobic comments caused him to be fired as host of last year's Oscars.
Aunty Donnas Big Ol House of Fun billboard
And Aunty Donna's Big Ol' House of Fun was hoping to supply some laughs with its sketch comedy.
Big Mouth season 4 billboard
Whilst coming-of-age animated comedy, Big Mouth, was back with more growing pains for its fourth season. 
Giant Lego Star Wars Holiday Special billboard
Speaking of animation, and over on Disney+ the LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special was bringing the comedy from a galaxy far, far away.
Lego Star Wars Holiday Special billboard
This special short mixes Star Wars characters from the classic and new films and series in LEGO form.
Saved by the Bell reboot billboard
This Thanksgiving NBCUniversal's new streaming platform, Peacock, was hoping to attract new viewers with its nostalgic revival of its high school sitcom, Saved by the Bell.
Big Sky series launch billboard
ABC was trying to deliver the crime thrills with its kidnapping drama, Big Sky, this November.
Power Ghost season 1 part 2 billboard
And speaking of crime dramas, Starz was back with the the second half of the first season of Power Book II: Ghost.
Your Honor series premiere billboard
In the new Showtime limited series  Your Honor, Bryan Cranston is back on television this December as a New Orleans judge who's convictions are tested when his son is involved in a hit-and-run with an organised crime family.
Black Narcissus series premiere billboard
FX was supplying the drama this month with their limited series adaptation of Rumur Godden's 1939 book, Black Narcissus, about a nun sent to the Himalayas to establish a new order with her fellow sisters.
No Mans Land series premiere billboard
Meanwhile Hulu was streaming all episodes of the new Syrian civil war drama, No Man's Land.
Animaniacs Hulu series billboard
Plus the streaming service was supplying new animated antics with the return of the Animaniacs.
Julia Stiles AMC plus Riviera billboard
And speaking of streaming platforms, AMC+ was trying to promote its service and shows like Riviera and Mad Men.
Mad Men AMC plus billboard
Fans of 'Don Draper' and the 1960s Madison Avenue advertising firm drama, can also enjoy all these other Mad Men billboards.
Eric Andre Show season 5 billboard
The Eric Andre Show was back for a long-anticpated fifth season of comedy on Adult Swim with this arresting ad creative.
Adult Swim Festival 2020 billboard
Plus with the world facing a pandemic, the Adult Swim Festival was going online on YouTube.
Hillbilly Elegy movie billboard
And finally for this collection of TV ads, Lazor Wulf is back with more animated antics in its second season and an uplifting message to "feel good when things are bad".

So as you can see, there is more than enough television to watch whatever the genre. Make sure you compare this November's offerings with last year's eye-catching TV billboards around L.A.

For all the latest ad creatives around town make sure you check out my Daily Billboard Blog, and come back at the end of next month for more out-of-home roundups from around the City of Angels.

Until them, stay safe and well...