Monday, September 30, 2019

September 2019's new fall TV billboards standing out around L.A...

This September the skies were inundated with all the new TV shows hoping to stand out and attract an audience for a new television season. Enjoy this cool collection of billboards for dramas, sitcoms and documentary series, in genres from sci-fi to legal, comedy to espionage, super-heroics to sleuthing.

TV billboards
Prodigal Son series premiere 3D billboard
Fox is supplying the family drama this season with its crime series, Prodigal Son, starring Michael Sheen as the serial killer dad of Tom Payne's former FBI profiler.
Almost Family series premiere billboard
And speaking of sinister fathers, in Almost Family Timothy Hutton plays an IVF specialist who has used his own sperm on almost 100 patients.
Politician 3D series premiere billboard
Netflix was really shouting about its new series The Politician this September along the Sunset Strip, with specialist installations and a multitude of ad creatives to tempt potential viewers.
Politician promise nasty women billboard
If you like these fun ad creatives featuring the comedy-drama's stars Ben Platt, Gwyneth Paltrow and Jessica Lange, make sure you check out all these other clever billboards for The Politician.
Spy series premiere billboard
The streaming service was also offering up some covert drama with The Spy, starring Sacha Baron Cohen in more of a serious role than we're used seeing him in.
Unbelievable series premiere billboard
In the crime mini-series Unbelievable, Toni Collette and Merritt Wever star as detectives investigating a series of rapes in Washington and Colorado.
ILand series premiere billboard
The streaming giant was also offering up more thrills with the limited series, The I-Land, where a group of people wake up on a treacherous island with no memory of how they got there.
Raising Dion series premiere billboard
Netflix was also adapting another comic book for the small screen this season, with the superhero science fiction series Raising Dion.
Dark Crystal Age of Resistance billboard
Jim Henson's 1982 puppet animated fantasy movie, The Dark Crystal, was also getting a prequel series on the streamer, with the Age of Resistance further exploring the world of Gelflings, Skeksis and Mystics.
Carnival Row series launch billboard
Amazon Prime Video was also serving up some fantasy this season with its original series, Carnival Row, starring Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne, where mystical creatures and humans co-exist in Victorian times.
Undone series premiere billboard
The streaming service was also offering up some reality-bending animation with its new series, Undone.
Batwoman series premiere billboard
The CW was extending its Arrowverse this fall and adding lesbian crime-fighter, Batwoman, to its pantheon of DC superheroes.
Nancy Drew series premiere billboard
Plus teenage detective Nancy Drew is back in her own mystery series this season, investigating murder most foul.
Bluff City Law series premiere billboard
NBC hopes to supply the legal drama this fall with its estranged father and daughter lawyer combo in Bluff City Law.
Leavenworth series premiere billboard
And Starz has a new five-part true crime docu-series, Leavenworth, about the military justice system coming this October.
Evil series launch billboards
Plus CBS was examining the cause of Evil, science or supernatural, in its new mystery series starring Mike Colter and Katya Herbers.
Stumptown series launch billboard
Over on ABC, Cobie Smulders was starring in another comic book adaptation, Stumptown, about a military veteran turned private investigator.
Emergence series premiere billboard
And Allison Tolman was investigating the mystery of an amnesiac girl in the conspiracy thriller, Emergence.
Mixedish series premiere billboard
In the world of comedy, Black-ish was spawning another spin-off, this time a prequel series focusing on Tracee Ellis Ross character's childhood with Mixed-ish.
Tiffany Haddish Kids Say the Darnedest Things billboard
Plus this fall Tiffany Haddish will discover that Kids Say the Darnedest Things in the revival of the show originally hosted by Bill Cosby in the late 1990s.
Unicorn series launch billboard
CBS meanwhile was hoping to bring the funny with The Unicorn, starring Walton Goggins, about a widower and single parent moving on and starting to date again after the death of his wife.
Carols Second Act series billboard
And if that wasn't your cup of tea, Carol's Second Act was supplying a medical workplace comedy starring Patricia Heaton, kickstarting a new career as a doctor after being a teacher.
First Wives Club TV remake billboard
Over on the streaming service BET+, The First Wives Club was getting a TV remake with the help of Jill Scott, Michelle Buteau and Ryan Michelle Bathe.
Catherine the Great series premiere billboard
This month HBO was giving some giant-sized support to its new limited series starring Helen Mirren, Catherine the Great.
Watchmen series premiere billboard
Plus the premium cable channel was also teasing its new television adaptation and reimagining of the Watchmen comic book series.
Godfather of Harlem series premiere billboard
And on Epix, Forest Whitaker was starring as 'Bumpy Johnson', the Godfather of Harlem, which is a prequel to 2007's American Gangster film.
Treat yoself NBC Comedy starts here billboard
NBC was hoping to be seen as a destination for comedy this fall, with an outdoor ad campaign featuring familiar quotes from classic and contemporary sitcoms.
NBC Comedy starts here street posters
In addition to its choir comedy Perfect Harmony, it was also offering up its immigration-themed sitcom Sunnyside this fall season.
Sunnyside series premiere billboard
Plus the boardcaster was making late-night history with its new host on A Little Late with Lilly Singh, starring the Canadian YouTube personality.
A Little Late with Lilly Singh season 1 billboard
And speaking of talk shows, Comedy Central was giving comedian Anthony Jeselnik as new series where he speaks with his funniest friends in Good Talk.
Good Talk with Anthony Jeselnik billboard
Plus Alec Baldwin was getting roasted by friends, family and comics this month in a comedy special.
Comedy Central Roast Alec Baldwin billboard
Plus Crank Yankers was hoping to bring the puppet laughs with their re-enactment of crank phone calls by series regulars and celebrity guests in the revival of the show.
Crank Yankers series revival billboard
And speaking of puppets, ventriloquist and stand-up comic Jeff Dunham was back with a new Netflix special, Beside Himself.
Jeff Dunham Beside Himself billboard
Whilst stand-up comedian Dave Chappelle believed he had the right to say anything in his new comedy special, Sticks and Stones.
Chappelle Sticks Stones standup billboard
Plus comic Bill Burr was also back on stage for his new Netflix stand-up special this month, Paper Tiger.
Bill Burr Paper Tiger billboard
If you're looking for animated antics this TV season, then maybe Bless the Harts will be able provide the Southern family laughs.
Bless the Harts series premiere billboard
And if you're looking for something scary to watch on your smartphone to keep you in the Halloween spirit, then maybe the spooky Snap original, Dead of Night, will do the trick.
Dead of Night Snap originals billboard
And finally this PlutoTV billboards stands out with its simplicity and humor and certainly tempts passersby to try out its free TV offering (although you can never replace a good book).
This was enough reading for today PlutoTV billboard
Once again you can see it's been a busy start to the fall TV season in the city skyline.

Make sure you also check out all the returning TV show billboards gracing L.A.'s skies this September and flashback too last year's new season TV billboards as a comparison.

Here's hoping you enjoy some of these new television shows however you watch them, and come back next month for more snapshots from around L.A. of all the TV, movie, music, fashion, drinks and lifestyle billboards turning heads on a daily basis.

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