Tuesday, September 29, 2015

New Fall TV launch billboards around L.A. in September 2015...

Regardless of all the movie, music, fashion and lifestyle billboards crowding the L.A. skyline, this past month has really belonged to the new Fall 2015 TV shows. Here's a selection of all the rookie television offerings vying for you attention in the streets and skies of Los Angeles in September.

TV billboards
Special Crazy ExGirlfriend 3D balloon billboard
First up making a spectacle of herself to win back her high school soulmate is the Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, with this fantastic 3D balloon installation on top of the Whisky A Go-Go along the Sunset Strip.

You can also check out the standard series premiere billboards for Crazy Ex-Girlfriend at my Daily Billboard blog.
Giant Quantico series premiere billboard
Next up making her American TV debut is Bollywood actress and former Miss World, Priyanka Chopra, in the new FBI conspiracy thriller, Quantico (think Grey's Anatomy sexiness set at the FBI's training camp).
The Muppets series premiere billboard
Returning to our TV screens after surviving in the business on the big and small screen for forty years are The Muppets, with a new behind-the-scenes mockumentary style series.

If you're a fan of Jim Henson's lovable felt and foam creations, be sure to check out all these other Muppets TV and movie billboards from recent years.
Blood and Oil series premiere billboard
An ABC series which may feel a tad familiar this season is Blood & Oil, starring Don Johnson and Chace Crawford, in a soapy drama set in boomtown North Dakota which evokes classic shows like Dallas and Dynasty.
The Player series premiere billboard
This season Wesley Snipes is making his comeback in a new TV show where super rich people gamble on crime in Las Vegas, where Philip Winchester is The Player tasked with preventing these crimes from happening.
Blindspot series premiere billboard
Also on NBC and maybe the breakout hit of the season is Blindspot, where Jaimie Alexander stars as an amnesiac 'Jane Doe' whose body is found naked in a bag in Times Square covered in fresh tattoos that contain clues to upcoming crimes and catastrophes.
Bastard Executioner series premiere billboard
Over on FX Kurt Sutter, fresh off seven seasons of biker gang drama Sons of Anarchy, steps back into the past with the Medieval drama, The Bastard Executioner.

If you like this moody ad creative, be sure to check out this other cool special extension billboard for The Bastard Executioner.
Minority Report series premiere billboard
Joining the likes of Limitless this season, is another movie spin-off based of the 2002 Steven Spielberg sci-fi movie starring Tom Cruise, Minority Report.

I'd hoped this show was going to be great, but sadly I think it'll be one of the flops of the season. Everything from the costumes, to the sets, to the characters make this series feel small and insignificant compared to the original film (aside from Meagan Good bursting out of all her tight-fitting clothes).
The Grinder series premiere billboard
In The Grinder, Rob Lowe plays an actor who used to play a lawyer in a successful TV show, and when he returns to his small hometown he thinks he can practice law like his real lawyer brother played by Fred Savage.
Grandfathered series premiere billboard
Another Fox sitcom featuring an 80s man crush is Grandfathered with John Stamos, where the Full House star finds himself not only finds himself discovering he's a dad, but also grandparent.
Rosewood series premiere billboard
Meanwhile Morris Chestnut is playing a Miami pathologist-for-hire in his new crime procedural series Rosewood.
Code Black series premiere billboard
Over on CBS and Marcia Gay Harden headlines an all-new E.R. medical drama called Code Black.
Life in Pieces series premiere billboard
Whilst in new family comedy Life in Pieces, Dianne Wiest and James Brolin star as the matriarch and patriarch of the 'Short' clan and all its characters.
Late Show Stephen Colbert billboard
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert launched to much praise, replacing David Letterman in the talkshow time slot, and this is one of my favourite billboards for the new series. His interview with Vice President Joe Biden was especially poignant.
Daily Show Trevor Noah series premiere billboard
His replacement on Comedy Central, The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, also received this billboard to kick off his new weeknight show.
Hand of God series premiere billboard
Amazon's streaming service was bringing Hand of God for your binge-watching pleasure this month, starring Ron Perlman as a crooked judge who suffers a mental breakdown out for revenge when he believes God is talking to him.
Narcos series premiere billboard
Netflix was bringing drug cartel drama with Narcos this month, which chronicled the exploits of Columbian drug lord Pablo Escobar.
Narcos season 1 Netflix billboard
These series premiere billboards really do illustrate 'there's no business like blow business'.
Outlaw Chronicles Hells Angels series premiere billboard
And speaking of crime, the History channel was delving into the notorious biker gang culture with this atmospheric billboard for Outlaw Chronicles: Hells Angels.
Giant Ferrell Takes the Field HBO comedy special billboard
In the new HBO documentary comedy special, Will Ferrell Takes the Field in a baseball extravaganza for charity.
CNN Republican Presidential Debates 2015 billboard
Meanwhile with all the new Fall TV shows launching, there's still time for more comedy, drama and entertainment in the form of the Republican Presidential Debates, where prospective U.S. Presidential candidates are proving they really are some of the worst humanity has to offer and are making a mockery of politics.
Hulu There's no stopping you now billboard
Streaming service Hulu really seems to be stepping up to take on the other players like Netflix and Amazon of late, with a host of new original shows plus a commercial-free option now available to watch all your favourite programs.
Hulu bathroom breaks billboard
As you can see there's lots of choice this Fall TV season and only some of these new shows will survive, especially as they are competing with existing series also returning for new seasons, so be sure to stick around for all the returning show billboards.

In the meantime, be sure to also compare all these new shows to last year's Fall TV billboards and these 2013 Fall TV billboards.

Stay tuned...

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