Wednesday, March 29, 2017

New TV billboards making their debut in L.A.'s March 2017 skyline...

In spring the weather starts to change, plants start to bloom and new TV show billboards tend to appear throughout the skies of L.A. Here's a selection of the fresh television offerings making their debut on broadcast and streaming services this month.

TV billboards
Iron Fist series premiere billboard
First up is the latest street-level Marvel Comics hero from Netflix, Iron Fist. The kung fu hero may not be as critically-acclaimed as previous series, Daredevil, Jessica Jones and Luke Cage, but the fact that all four heroes will soon assemble in The Defenders mini-series mean that Iron Fist is still must-see TV.
Iron Fist series launch billboard
It may have its flaws, but personally I've enjoyed elements of the series and if you're a fan, make sure you check out these other Iron Fist billboards around the streets of L.A.
Patriot series premiere billboard
Netflix isn't the only streaming service with new shows this month, as Amazon was promoting its new quirky series Patriot in the city skies too.
The Son series premiere billboard
If you're a Western fan, AMC was shining a spotlight on its new Texan generational drama, The Son, starring Pierce Brosnan.
Genius series premiere billboard
Meanwhile the National Geographic channel was teasing its new ten-part series about Albert Einstein, Genius, in the streets of West Hollywood.
Genius series premiere billboard
Johnny Flynn plays the younger genius, whilst Geoffrey Rush stars as the older version of the theoretical physicist with the crazy hair that developed the theory of relativity.
Special Julies Greenroom series 3D billboard
From the world of science to the world of the performing arts, and Dame Julie Andrews was starring in Netflix's new pre-school series, Julie's Greenroom, encouraging kids to sing, dance and express their talents in every episode. This 3D embellished stage curtain billboard installation was certainly standing out in the skies this month.
13 Reasons Why series premiere billboard
The original series kept coming this month, with Netflix's new suicide mystery drama 13 Reasons Why turning heads all over L.A.
National Treasure series premiere billboard
Meanwhile over on Hulu, National Treasure was exploring what happens when a popular celebrity is investigated for sexual abuse, mirroring what's happened in recent times in the U.K. with lots of iconic BBC stars from the 60s, 70s and 80s.
Harlots series premiere billboard
And Hulu was also flashing back to the past to see the workings of an 18th century London brothel in Harlots.
Arrangement series premiere billboard
From sex workers to marriages of convenience, and The Arrangement was telling the tale of a Hollywood power couple coming together to progress their careers rather than for love.
White Princess series premiere billboard
2013's The White Queen was getting a sequel mini-series on Starz with The White Princess, and this giant billboard on the side of the Sofitel Hotel along Beverly Boulevard.
The Deed series premiere billboard
Over on CNBC Sidney D. Torres was looking like some spy in their ad creative for his new series about house-flipping, The Deed.
Trial Error series premiere billboard
And NBC was also putting the fun into murder with their new legal sitcom, Trial & Error, starring John Lithgow as a beloved professor accused of being a killer.
Jungletown series premiere billboard
Viceland was seeking new interns to travel to Jungletown for its new unscripted reality series and learn about living in a sustainable village in the Panama rainforest.
Breaks season 1 billboard
And after a TV movie early last year, VH1 was dropping a new TV series about the dawn of the hip hop revolution with The Breaks.
Brockmire series premiere billboard
Plus in the world of sports, Hank Azaria was starring opposite Amanda Peet in Brockmire as a major league baseball announcer trying to reclaim his career in a small town after a very embarrassing public meltdown.
Great News series premiere billboard
Meanwhile NBC was showing off its latest sitcom, Great News, about a TV station where a producer's mother gets a job as an intern leading to all kinds of embarrassment and hilarity no doubt.
Jerrod Carmichael 8 standup billboard
This month the sky continued to be filled with stand-up comedy specials, inducing this giant-sized HBO billboard along the Sunset Strip for Jerrod Carmichael.
Dave Chapelle Netflix comedy special billboard
Not to be outdone by size, Dave Chappelle was back with two stand-up specials on Netflix this March.
Amy Schumer Leather Special standup billboard
Plus taking on internet trolls everywhere, and making us laugh in the process, Amy Schumer was back with her very own Leather Special on Netflix, following in the footsteps of stand-up greats that have sported leather jackets like Eddie Murphy and Andrew "Dice" Clay.

If you like this assortment of new series, television fans should also check out what new TV show billboards were gracing L.A.'s skies this time last year.

Plus stay tuned for more returning TV show billboards gracing L.A.'s sprawling skyline in the days to come...

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