Saturday, March 31, 2018

New season TV billboards around L.A.'s streets and skies in March 2018...

Hands up if you think there's just not enough hours in the day to watch all the new television shows being pumped out by the streaming services, cable channels, online platforms and broadcast networks. The skies this month have been filled with fresh offerings from Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, HBO, AMC, NBC, ABC, FX, Freeform, Syfy and many more besides. Enjoy this selection of TV billboards filling Hollywoodland's March 2018 skies.

TV billboards
Ugly Delicious series premiere billboard
First up is this messy and eye-catching special extension cut-out for Netflix's new foodie documentary, Ugly Delicious, following host David Chang as he globe trots around the world exploring places, cultures and dishes.
Queer Eye Netflix season 1 billboard
The rebooted Queer Eye may have had a short eight-episode season but that didn't stop it bringing the feels with their male makeovers.
Alexa Katie series premiere billboard
Paris Berelc and Isabel May were dealing with cancer and the freshman year of high school as friends in the new teen comedy, Alexa & Katie.
How long does it take to bury the truth Seven Seconds billboard
Seven Seconds Netflix billboard
Netflix's new crime cover-up Seven Seconds, starring Clare Hope-Ashitey, was getting some extra support this month with these interconnecting billboards across the road from each other along the Sunset Strip.
Seven Seconds Netflix billboard
Are you starting to wonder yet how much money the streaming giant has for new programming and outdoor advertising?
Collateral series premiere billboard
Carey Mulligan was starring in the new British crime mini-series as a London detective in Collateral.
Wild Wild Country series premiere billboard
Wild Wild Country was a new documentary series about Indian guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh and his controversial utopian community in Oregon.
Ricky Gervais Humanity billboard
And the streaming platform continued to offer new stand-up specials for its subscribers, this month being Ricky Gervais' Humanity comedy special.
Dangerous Book for Boys series premiere billboard
Over on its streaming competitor Amazon Prime, The Dangerous Book for Boys, Conn and Hal Iggulden's 2006 book was being adapted as a small screen series.
Hard Sun series premiere billboard
Whilst over on Hulu Hard Sun was the new pre-apocalyptic crime series available to binge-watch.
Krypton series premiere billboard
Audiences appetite for comic book characters doesn't seem to have subsided, with Syfy delivering the Superman TV prequel series Krypton this month.
Siren series premiere billboard
And over on Freeform Siren was delving beneath the waves into the world of mermaids with this cool special cut-out billboard.
Trust series premiere billboard
FX's new drama series about the Getty family was adding a burst of artistic colour to the city skyline this month for Trust.
Laverne Cox Glam Masters series premiere billboard
Over on Lifetime Laverne Cox was hosting the new makeup reality competition Glam Masters, and today she's helping us celebrate the Trans Day of Visibility.
Barry series premiere billboard
On HBO Bill Hader was playing a disillusioned hitman who finds new meaning in acting in the dark comedy Barry.
Wyatt Cenacs Problem Areas series billboard
And I loved this post-it note map of America ad creative for comedian Wyatt Cenac's Problem Areas late night docu-series on HBO.
Terror series premiere billboard
This month AMC's new drama The Terror was bringing the chills with this snowy ad creatives in L.A.
Terror series launch billboard
Based on Dan Simmons 2007 book the same name, the series follows two polar explorer ships, the HMS Erebus and the HMS Terror, who become trapped in ice and have to survive the harsh environment and each other.
Splitting Up Together billboard
March is always the time for a new spring season on network television, with new family sitcom offerings like Splitting Up Together on ABC, about a married couple divorcing but having to stay living together under the same roof.
Alex Inc series premiere billboard
Zach Braff was returning to TV in the new StartUp sitcom Alex, Inc., based on Alex Blumberg's Gimlet Media.
Champions series premiere billboard
Meanwhile NBC was bringing the sitcom Champions, about a gym owner and his younger brother living a bachelor life when he suddenly gets a 15-year-old son dropped in his lap.
Genius Junior series premiere billboard
And Neil Patrick Harris was pitting the smartest kids in America against each other in the new game show, Genius Junior.
Jesus Christ Superstar Live in concert billboard
They were also giving some giant-sized support to their new live musical spectacular, Jesus Christ Superstar, starring John Legend.
Giant One Strange Rock series premiere billboard
National Geographic was also giving some super-sized support to its new documentary series from the perspective of astronauts who've been to space, One Strange Rock.
Last OG giant series premiere billboard
Tracy Morgan was also getting super-sized for his new TBS comedy, The Last O.G., about an ex-con trying to rebuild his life after spending fifteen years in prison.
Giant Youth and Consequences YouTube Red billboard
YouTube Red was also debuting their new original series, Youth & Consequences, in a big way this March.
Kevin Hart What the Fit YouTube billboard
And one of the busiest men in Hollywood, Kevin Hart, was back with a new YouTube series, What The Fit, working out in hilarious ways with celebrity guests.
Ballmastrz 9009 series premiere billboard
In the world of grown up animation, the quirky Ballmastrz 9009 was hoping to fill the Rick & Morty void over on Adult Swim.
Comedy Central Clusterfest 2018 billboard
And not strictly TV, but Comedy Central was advertising its stand-up Clusterfest taking place in San Francisco this June.

These billboards along with all the returning TV shows have made for busy skies in L.A. this March.

You can compare all these new offerings with last March's TV billboards and check out all the latest cool ad creatives every day on Daily Billboard.

Don't be a stranger...

Friday, March 30, 2018

Returning TV show billboards filling L.A.'s March 2018 skies...

At certain times of year there's just so many TV show billboards flooding the city skyline that I have to split them between new offerings and returning series. That's the case this March 2018, so here's collection of new season billboards from broadcast, cable and streaming services all vying for your attention in L.A.'s sprawling streets and skies.

TV billboards
Arrangement season 2 billboard
This month I was loving this giant-sized faux awards campaign billboard to launch the sophomore season of E!'s The Arrangement drama.
Giant Jessica Jones season 2 billboard
Speaking of super-sized ad creatives, this billboard for Marvel Television's second season of Jessica Jones really stood out near Netflix's Hollywood HQ.
Santa Clarita Diet season 2 billboard
Another series returning to the streaming service this month for a sophomore season was the zombie comedy, Santa Clarita Diet.
Unfortunate Events season 2 billboard
Neil Patrick Harris was back in the skies as 'Count Olaf' for season two of Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events.
Love final season 3 billboard
And Netflix's relationship comedy-drama Love was back for its third and final season.
Standups season 2 billboard
The streaming giant was also shining a light on more stand-up comedian talents with the sophomore season of The Standups.
Sneaky Pete season 2 billboard
Amazon Prime's Sneaky Pete was back for a second season of crime capers with this clever blood money-themed ad creative.
Empire season 4 part 2 billboard
On Fox music drama Empire returned with all-new episodes for the second half of its fourth season.
Americans final season 6 billboard
And on FX after many years of 80s Russian espionage The Americans was back for a sixth and final outing with this striking ad creative.
Legion season 2 billboard
Plus Marvel Television's Legion was back for second mind-bending season set in the X-Men universe on FX.
Billions season 3 billboard
Billions was back for a battle of wills, greed and corruption for a third season of drama on Showtime.
Ash vs Evil Dead season 3 billboard
And Starz Evil Dead TV spin-off, Ash vs Evil Dead, was back for a third gory season of destroying Deadites with this fun special extension cut-out.
American Idol season 16 billboard
This month ABC was reviving American Idol for a revamped sixteenth season of hopeful singing stars.
Roseanne revival billboard
And speaking of revivals and the sitcom Roseanne was back after twenty years, although her real-life political beliefs will mean I won't be giving this new iteration a try.
Impractical Jokers season 7 billboard
The Impractical Jokers were back for a seventh season of pranks with this gaming-inspired ad creative.
Chris Gethard discomfort zone billboard
And The Chris Gethard Show's first season on TruTV, third season overall, was back with a fresh batch of all-new episodes.
Tosh season 10 billboard
Over on Comedy Central Daniel Tosh was back for a tenth season of his topical series, Tosh.0.
Relax were screwed Jim Jefferies billboard
Australian comic Jim Jefferies was saying what we're all feeling for the second season of his late-night show.
Weed Week Viceland billboard
And finally for this batch of billboards,Viceland was celebrating their second annual Weed Week.

Make sure you compare this collection of ad creatives with last March's returning TV show billboards and stick around in the coming days for all the new television series advertising in L.A.'s crowded and competitive skies...

Thursday, March 29, 2018

An eclectic selection of lifestyle billboards in L.A.'s March 2018 skies...

This month the skies haven't been as full of lifestyle billboards compared to all the movie, music, fashion and TV billboards trying to stand out, but these sports, travel, tourism, drinks, food, car, property, health, fitness and cause-related ad creatives have all been trying to catch passersby eyes in the City of Angels this March 2018.

Sports billboards
Zlatan For your consideration LA Galaxy billboard
First up is this faux 'For your consideration' billboard which the entertainment industry regularly uses for it shows and stars around awards season, but this month LA Galaxy were using the technique to shine a spotlight on the addition of Swedish football player Zlatan Ibrahimovic to their soccer team.
Playing for LA Galaxy since 96 billboard
Meanwhile French midfielder Romain Alessandrini was also celebrating soccer season in L.A.

Health, fitness and cause-related billboards
Neighbors vape can contain formaldehyde billboard
In the world of health this wall mural ad in Hollywood was highlighting the dangers of smoking and vaping for your neighbours even if you don't care about your own safety, especially children.
Make March Matter Childrens Hospital LA billboard
And speaking of kids, Children's Hospital Los Angeles was trying to make March matter for children with cancer.
Sensory Sensitivity sign of Autism billboard
And as World Autism Day is fast approaching this April 2, this 'sensory sensitivity' ad creative really stood out this month.
Cedars Sinai Orthopaedics billboard
And for me this Cedars-Sinai orthopaedics billboard was especially relevant as I continue to battle with my back problems after running all those marathons in recent years.

Food and drinks billboards
Lotsa Matzah Fresh Brothers Pizza billboard
In the world of food Fresh Brothers were tailoring their pizza offering to all their Jewish customers celebrating Passover.
Aussie Pie Kitchen Grubhub billboard
Food delivery service Grubhub continued to advertise in the skies of L.A. this month, highlighting everything local eateries offering everything from pies to ice cream.
Sweet Rose Creamery Grubhub billboard
Meanwhile their competitor Postmates was also highlighting that their app could deliver alcohol too in a fun way.
vodka toast Postmates billboard
If you like this humorous ad creative, make sure you check out all these other cool Postmates We get it billboards filling the streets and skies in recent weeks.
Coors Light beer billboard
In the land of beer, Coors Light was continuing to make its presence felt in Hollywood with this refreshing ad creative.
Oatly Oat Milk wall mural ad
Plus Oatly Oat Milk was using clever wall mural ads along Melrose Avenue to get its message across, rather than simply resorting to social media.

Travel, tourism and exhibition billboards
Hotel Californian Santa Barbara billboard
After all the wildfires and mudslides in the Santa Barbara area it's no wonder that the Hotel Californian is advertising its new look in a big way along the Sunset Strip this month.
Doing takes Going Virgin Atlantic billboard
Meanwhile although the Virgin brand may have sold off Virgin America to Alaska Airlines, Virgin Atlantic's billboard still has the humour of their old domestic offering with their latest outdoor ads.
Renaissance Pleasure Faire 2018 billboard
And if you're wondering what do do this spring break, maybe the Renaissance Pleasure Faire will be somewhere to while away a few hours.

This 2018 ad creative for the Medieval Times event recycles an old knight image, so be sure to check out all these Renaissance Pleasure Faire billboards from recent years for comparison.
King Tut exhibition billboard
Plus if you want your kids to learn about the culture and history of the ancient Egyptians this school break, then maybe consider a visit to the King Tut exhibition.

Autos billboards
Ford Mustang Personalize the Pony wall mural ad
Meanwhile in the world of motoring Ford was bringing burst of colour to the walls of Melrose Avenue with this vibrant Mustang ad creative.

Property billboards
Compass real estate sunrise sunset billboard
And finally in the world of property, Compass was trying to tempt people with the promise of infinity pools in their new home, which is far more achievable here in Southern California (if you have the money) than other parts of America.

Be sure to compare this March's ads to last year's lifestyle billboards and don't be a stranger in the coming days as there are more snapshots of all the TV billboards gracing L.A.'s sprawling skies to come...