Tuesday, March 30, 2021

TV and awards consideration billboards in L.A.'s March 2021 skies...

The pandemic may have shut and then slowed down TV production, but looking at the city skyline you wouldn't really have guessed it as there are plenty of new television show and returning favourites filling L.A.'s March 2021's skies.

TV billboards
Pooch Perfect 3D billboard installation
On of the most eye-catching billboards this month is this 3D installation for the new dog grooming reality competition series, Pooch Perfect.

If you like this 'before' billboard, make sure you check out the 'after' billboard for the show hosted by Rebel Wilson.
Mighty Ducks Game Changers billboard
Over on streaming platform Disney+, The Mighty Ducks film franchise was being revisited with a new Game Changers TV series with Emilio Estevez reprising his role as the youth ice hockey coach.
Falcon and Winter Soldier series billboard
Two Marvel Studios superheroes were also getting their own TV spin-off on the platform with The Falcon and the Winter Soldier following the recent hit WandaVision series.
Generation series premiere billboard
Streaming service HBO Max was offering something for a new Generation this month with its original series starring Justice Smith, exploring modern sexuality, life and love. 
Allen v Farrow series premiere billboard
The streamer also had two docu-series that got audiences thinking, first up a four-part look at Allen v. Farrow, with the sexual abuse allegations against Woody Allen explored.
Giant Q Into the Storm series billboard
The second timely documentary series tried to pull back the curtain on the QAnon conspiracy theory cult in the six-part Q: Into the Storm.
Law & Order Organized Crime billboard
NBC was teasing the return of Christopher Meloni as 'Detective Stabler' to the Law & Order TV franchise, with a crossover with SVU and new spin-off Organized Crime series coming in April.
Debris series premiere billboard
Plus Debris was hoping to bring the sci-fi thrills, with a crack team investigating pieces of destroyed alien spacecraft that has fallen to Earth.
Genius Aretha series billboard
The 'Queen of Soul', Aretha Franklin was in the spotlight this month for the third season of National Geographic's Genius anthology series, with Cynthia Erivo playing the titular role.
Mayans MC season 3 billboard
A third season of biker gang drama, Mayans M.C., was riding back into the city skyline this March.
Breeders season 2 billboard
FX's parenting comedy, Breeders, was back with more wry observations of having kids and living with them with its second season.
Solar Opposites season 2 billboard
And speaking of sophomore seasons, Hulu's adult animated series, Solar Opposites, was back for more alien refugee antics in Middle America.
Moodys season 2 billboard
More dysfunctional family comedy is also available with the second season of FOX's sitcom, The Moodys.
Hells Kitchen season 19 billboard
Gordon Ramsey was back with the nineteenth season of reality chef competition with Hell's Kitchen.
Chad series premiere billboard
Over on TBS Chad was hoping to bring the high school comedy, in the latest series to have adults playing teenagers.

Wipeout TV reboot billboard
And the extreme obstacle course gameshow Wipeout was being rebooted by TBS with the help of John Cena and Nicole Byer.
Cypher series premiere billboard
In The Roku Channel's crime drama, Cypher, the FBI's leading crypto-analyst finds out the document he's hired to decipher is a hit list, putting his in the crosshairs of those who want it back.
City on a Hill season 2 billboard
Kevin Bacon and Aldis Hodge were back with a second season of crime and corruption in the 1990s-set Boston drama, City on a Hill.
Desus and Mero season 3 billboard
Also on Showtime, Desus & Mero were hoping to keep the late-night laughs coming for a third season of conversation and comedy.
Paradise City series premiere billboard
On streamer Amazon Prime Video, cult rocker movie American Satan was getting an episodic spin-off continuation with Paradise City.
Invincible series premiere billboard
And Robert Kirkman's Invincible was joining the ranks of superheroes on the small screen in animated form for the platform.
Luminaries series launch billboard
Meanwhile premium cabler Starz was showing the TV adaptation of Eleanor Catton's 2013 New Zealand Gold Rush novel, The Luminaries.
Ginny & Georgia series premiere billboard
This month streaming giant Netflix was supporting its new mother-daughter dramedy series, Ginny & Georgia.
Waffles + Mochi series premiere billboard
Plus Former First Lady Michelle Obama was mixing puppets, food, travel and kids with Waffles + Mochi for the streaming service.
Floribama Shore hits the road billboard
MTV's Floribama Shore was hitting the road for more reality series partying for its fourth season.

Awards consideration billboards
Ted Lasso SAG Award nominees billboard
This month, following the Golden Globes, the skies with filled with TV shows competing for Screen Actors Guild Awards, like Apple TV+ 's Ted Lasso sports comedy starring Jason Sudeikis.
I Know This Much Is True SAG nominee billboard
HBO was also supporting its dramas, like Mark Ruffalo's limited series, I Know This Much Is True.
Nicole Kidman Undoing SAG Award nominee billboard
And the delicious murder mystery mini-series starring Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant, The Undoing.
I May Destroy You SAG nominee billboard
Michaela Coel and her powerful British sexual assault drama, I May Destroy You, was also being supported outdoors.
Screen Actors Guild Awards 2021 billboard
We'll all find out who this year's winners are when they are announced on Sunday at the 27th Screen Actors Guild Awards telecast.

As you can see there's no shortage of television to watch, although you'll probably end up spending lots of money on streaming services to watch it all (especially now Netflix is cracking down on account sharing).

Make sure you compare this collection with last March's attention-grabbing TV billboards and check out my Daily Billboard Blog every day for all the latest cool outdoor ads around Hollywoodland.

Stay safe, be kind and get vaccinated...

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