Welcome to another fabulous week here at Daily Billboard where EMMY WEEK has officially been extended by a day because of sheer volume.
Kicking off proceedings today is the funny and talented Samantha Bee, getting super-sized and replicated all over L.A. her late-night satirical talk and news show Full Frontal on TBS.
The former correspondent for The Daily Show is back this year with a second season of political observations and satire on Wednesday nights and she even hosted a special Not The White House Correspondents' Dinner to mock Donald Trump's refusal to attend the glittering press gala following his war on what he calls fake news.
TBS is certainly supporting its female late-night host with this smattering of consideration billboards for the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards.
The giant-sized FYC billboard was spied along the Sunset Strip on the side of West Hollywood's Andaz Hotel on May 22, whilst the landscape ads were spotted along Pico Boulevard,Vine Street and Sunset Boulevard through June 9, 2017.
Meanwhile another TBS show receiving praise this past year was the comedy Search Party: The Curious Case of the Lost Soul starring Alia Shawkat investigating the disappearance of an old college acquaintance with her friends.
This quote filled Emmy consideration billboard for the series debut season was snapped along Robertson Boulevard on May 23, 2017.
Billy Eichner continued to ask probing questions of passersby and plays game with celebrities on the streets of New York in the fifth season of Billy on Street.
And for his comedic efforts in his Emmy consideration billboard he's wondering why Donald Trump was nominated for an Emmy (for reality competition series The Apprentice) but voters won't nominate his series.
This timely giant-sized FYC billboard was photographed towering over eastbound traffic along the Sunset Strip on the side of the Andaz Hotel on May 23, 2017.
Meanwhile IFC's new sports commentator comedy, Brockmire starring Hank Azaria, was posing a similar question, this time with O.J. Simpson being the butt of the joke.
This Brockmire series launch billboard also featuring co-star Amanda Peet was snapped above Cahuenga Boulevard on March 23, whilst the Emmy consideration billboard was photographed along Sunset Boulevard on June 12, 2017.
Let's see if this witty approach to their advertising does the trick for either show this Emmy season.
Comedy Central was giving some Emmy support to one of its late-night offerings, The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, as the South African comedian has certainly risen to the occasion of finding the hilarity and horror in a Trump presidency.
This Emmy consideration billboard was snapped along West Hollywood's Sunset Strip on June 12, 2017.
Meanwhile another Comedy Central show trying to garner Emmy votes this year was Drunk History, which as the name suggests, represents U.S. history through an inebriated lens.
This time they've used the season three key art of a drunken 'Uncle Sam' for the fourth season Emmy consideration campaign, snapped above Sunset Boulevard on June 14, 2017.
If you like this ad creative, be sure to check out all previous hilarious Drunk History billboards from recent times.
Speaking of U.S. history, and the Underground railway drama on WGN America was getting some Emmy support this season, although the recent announcement that the scripted series has been cancelled by the cable channel after two seasons isn't the best timing.
These Emmy consideration billboards adapted from the sophomore season promo artwork were snapped along Venice Boulevard and Pico Boulevard on May 28, 2017.
USA Network's critical darling from summer 2015, Mr. Robot, was back for its second season last summer, so let's see if the hacker conspiracy drama can land Rami Malek another Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series this year.
These Emmy consideration billboards adapted from the sophomore season key art were snapped above the Sunset Strip from June 1 to June 9, 2017.
Lifetime's drama series UnREAL took us behind-the-scenes of a reality TV dating competition show and earned all those involved rave reviews, including two Emmy nominations.
Can Constance Zimmer garner another nomination for the second season, or will it be Shiri Appleby's turn this time around.
This season two Emmy consideration billboard for UnREAL featuring the two actresses was spied above West Hollywood's Sunset Plaza on June 12, 2017.
Leah Remini did almost the unthinkable when she exposed some of the secrets and the truths behind the Church of Scientology when she left, but it made for brilliant television.
This documentary series launch billboard for Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath was photographed above San Vicente Boulevard on December 3, 2016.
Meanwhile the Emmy consideration billboard featuring the actress herself was snapped along the Sunset Strip on June 12, 2017.
Speaking of documentaries, Google's online video channel YouTube Red is trying to get in on the Emmy action this season for its offering, Gigi Gorgeous: This is Everything.
This documentary by Oscar-winning director Barbara Kopple chronicles the transitioning of vlogger Gregory Gorgeous, known for his online makeup tutorials, into model and personality Gigi Gorgeous.
These original movie billboards were spied above Wilshire Boulevard and along the Sunset Strip on January 29 and February 12, respectively.
Meanwhile the Emmy consideration billboard for the documentary was spotted along Sunset Boulevard on June 12, 2017.
AMC seemed to have a smaller presence in the skies this year than previous Emmy seasons when Mad Men was vying for critical acclaim and accolades.
The Breaking Bad spin-off prequel, Better Call Saul, was back for a third season of dodgy shenanigans and these Emmy consideration billboards shining a light on Bob Odenkirk were first spied along La Brea Avenue on May 23, then spotted later at Hollywood & Vine and along the Sunset Strip through June 1, 2017.
Fans of the series can also enjoy these season three billboards for Better Call Saul and previous years Emmy consideration billboards filling L.A.'s crowded skies.
The other TV offering from AMC getting some Emmy support was new Western drama, The Son, starring Pierce Brosnan.
These Emmy FYC billboards were first spied along Robertson Boulevard on May 22, then snapped along La Brea Avenue at Sunset Boulevard on May 28 and above Robertson Boulevard on June 9, 2017.
And finally for this collection of ad creatives, Starz has been wowing audiences this TV season with its raunchy and timely adaptation of Neil Gaiman's 2001 American Gods novel, starring Ian McShane and Ricky Whittle.
Let's see if rave reviews can translate into Emmy nominations with the help of this duo of vertical billboard ads spotted along West Hollywood's Sunset Strip on June 2, 2017.
Be sure to also compare these outdoor ads to this other eclectic selection of Emmy consideration billboards from 2016, plus stay tuned for the nominations when they are announced on July 13, 2017.