This year there's nothing particularly cohesive about Netflix's Emmy consideration campaign, in fact they're only collected here by the virtue that they are shows that all stream on the same platform.
This season the scheming 'Underwoods' were on top form, more devious and deceptive than ever before, and Daily Billboard certainly wouldn't want to run against them in a Presidential election.
Their patriotic Emmy consideration billboard was first spied along Fairfax Avenue on June 8, 2016. Let's see if it helps to garner the votes they need for a nomination or two this year.
Will TV Academy voters 'Dare to Consider' the Man without Fear and Charlie Cox's portrayal of a blind lawyer and crime-fighting vigilante this season, or will Jon Bernthal's well-received turn as the fan-favourite 'Punisher' earn him an Emmy nod (it's already secure him a solo spin-off series for the anti-hero on Netflix).
Krysten Ritter certainly does deserve some recognition for her portrayal of a grouchy kick ass super-powered private investigator, who's also a rape survivor suffering from PTSD.
Wagner Moura starred as the Colombian criminal drug lord 'Pablo Escobar' in the show that had everyone talking (and binge-watching).
Emmy FYC ads for Master of None from Universal Television, where the series is produced.
These joyous billboards, including a super-sized version were snapped from May 26 to June 13, 2016, along the Sunset Strip and Wilshire Boulevard.
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt season two billboards for more hilarious examples.
The comedy garnered seven Emmy nominations for its inaugural season (although Ellie Kemper criminally didn't receive any recognition individually for her gleeful titular role), so it'll be interesting to see if the love is still there for the sophomore season.
Another hit Netflix show getting the Emmy treatment this month is women's prison dramedy, Orange is the New Black, just starting its fourth season, but under consideration for its third season due to streaming dates.
This character headshot ad creative evokes the show's opening title sequence which features closeups of inmates, but with so many complex and compelling characters how could you possibly choose from the performances.
The show has already won four Primetime Emmys (out of sixteen nominations) across its first two seasons, so let's see if it can garner more recognition this year. This FYC billboard was captured above Santa Monica Boulevard on June 19, 2016.
As you can see there is a real eclectic selection of dramas, comedies, documentaries and more for you to consider from the game-changing subscription streaming service.
Care to take a gamble on how many nominations Netflix will receive when they are announced on July 14, 2016?
UPDATED: Sitcom Grace &Frankie may not have received a separate Emmy consideration billboard, but their season two ad creative (snapped along Wilshire Boulevard on June 22, 2016) certainly wants you to consider the show and its stars. Lily Tomlin received a Golden Globe and Emmy nomination last year, will lighting strike twice for the much improved comedy.