Sunday, December 1, 2019

Winter TV awards consideration billboards campaigning in the November 2019 skies of L.A...

With the Emmys out of the way in September, it's the time of the year for the television industry to start campaigning for awards like Golden Globes, Screen Actors Guild Awards and Critics' Choice Awards and other accolades in the city skyline. Enjoy this cool collection of 'For your consideration' billboards trying to turn heads around Tinseltown in November 2019.

For your consideration billboards
Handmaids Tale season 3 FYC billboard
First up is this arresting ad FYC creative for the third season of Hulu's adaptation of The Handmaid's Tale, which continues to be all too timely and real in these strange days we're living in.
Sorry for Your Loss season 2 FYC billboard
Next is this contemplative billboard for the sophomore season of Facebook Watch's I'm Sorry for Your Loss, starring Elisabeth Olsen.
Mr Robot final season FYC billboard
And with Mr. Robot coming to an end with its fourth and final season, will the conspiracy hacker drama be able to garner some nominations for its swan song season?
Spanish Princess FYC billboard
Premium cable channel Starz was also supporting its dramas and comedies this winter awards season, including this FYC ad for The Spanish Princess, starring Charlotte Hope as 'Catherine of Aragon'.
Dublin Murders FYC billboard
Starz limited series adaptation of Tana French's Dublin Murders was also getting some outdoor support this month.
Vida season 2 FYC billboard
Plus the second season of the Latino comedy-drama, Vida, was also part of Starz cohesive outdoor ad campaign this November.
Watchmen 2019 FYC billboard
Speaking of cohesive billboards campaigns, and HBO was back in full force this month to support its premium programming, like newcomer Watchmen, starring Regina King and based on the acclaimed DC comic book series.
Big Little Lies season 2 FYC billboard
The sophomore season of Big Little Lies was also getting some support, and can there be any doubt that this cast won't receive multiple nominations this awards season, especially Meryl Streep?
Succession season 2 FYC billboard
Plus HBO's family media empire drama, Succession, was also hoping for some recognition with this FYC billboard for its second season.
Chernobyl 2019 FYC billboard
Chernobyl scored ten Primetime Emmys for the limited series about the 1986 nuclear power plant meltdown, so let's see if will fare as well this awards season.
Our Boys FYC billboard
Plus the Gaza war mini-series, Our Boys, was hoping to stand out with this "powerful" ad creative.
Barry season 2 FYC billboard
In the world of laughs, HBO was hoping its hitman comedy Barry starring Bill Hader would continue to receive critical acclaim.
Veep final season FYC billboard
And even though the final season of the political satire Veep missed out on any wins for its seventh season, let's see if Julia Louis-Dreyfus and company, can garner some nominations this winter awards season.
Russian Doll winter FYC billboard
Meanwhile streaming giant Netflix was also rolling out its 'For your consideration' billboards this month, including this special extension cut-out for Natasha Lyonne's freshman comedy Russian Doll.
Living With Yourself 2019 FYC billboard
Plus Paul Rudd's clone comedy, Living With Yourself, was also getting some ad support along the Sunset Strip.
Politician season 1 FYC billboard
Ryan Murphy's first project for the streaming service was also hoping to garner some accolades with this FYC billboard for The Politician.
Unbelievable 2019 FYC billboard
And Netflix was also promoting its true crime rape drama, Unbelievable, starring Merritt Wever, Toni Colette and Kaitlyn Dever.
Spy Netflix FYC billboard
Sacha Baron Cohen was also hoping his mini-series, The Spy, would land a few nominations this season.
Stranger Things 3 FYC billboard
Plus the third installment of Stranger Things was also hoping to score some nominations for the fan-favourite 1980s sci-fi horror series.

As you can see, the weather may have been mixed, but the FYC billboards kept coming this November.

You can also compare these campaign ads to last November's For your consideration billboards, plus come back next month for more roundups of all the cool outdoor ads filling L.A.'s streets and skies in December...

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