These joyful Emmy consideration billboards for the special were spied along the Sunset Strip and along La Cienega Boulevard on June 7, 2016.
If you're a fan of the show, be sure to check out these series launch billboards for Master of None from last Fall.
The Latina actress won an Emmy back in 2007 for her role as Ugly Betty, so can she or any of her fellow comedy castmates earn a nomination or two this season?
Last year the freshman comedy was nominated for seven Primetime Emmys, so lets see if this 'Mole Woman' trying to start a new life aboveground in New York City is still a favorite of TV Academy voters.
Netflix's Emmy consideration billboards for Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt here at Daily Billboard.
If you're a fan of the creepy drama, make sure you also check out these Emmy consideration billboards for Bates Motel's third season from the skies of L.A. this time last year.
And finally, The Blacklist may be in its third season, but it still knows how to surprise viewers, like with the 'Death of Liz Keen' during childbirth this season.
Is the crime conspiracy thriller starring James Spader and Megan Boone still a critical darling or has its time in the spotlight passed?
If you want to see who some of these shows are competing against this year, be sure to also check out these 2016 HBO Emmy consideration billboards (currently being rotated around the city skyline), these 2016 Hulu Emmy billboards, these Amazon 2016 Emmy consideration billboards and AMC's 2016 Emmy consideration ad campaign.
Stick around in the coming days for even more Emmy roundups, including collections for Netflix, Starz, Fox and more besides (the billboard companies must love this time of year).
UPDATED: Here's also another Emmy billboard, this time for cult drama The Path, which streams on Hulu and stars Aaron Paul, Michelle Mongahan and Hugh Dancy. This ad was snapped along Ventura Boulevard on June 17, 2016.
Plus here's another landscape version spied along La Brea Avenue in better lighting on June 19, 2016.