Graphics for NBC’s 2014-15 Season
Fall is just around the corner and before we know it we’ll be reunited with some of our favorite NBC shows Favorites such as some of Chicago’s finest men and women in Chicago Fire and Chicago PD, or track down some of the world’s worst criminals with a fellow criminal in The Blacklist. And let’s not forget about the debut of NBC’s new series. There’s a story of one couple’s journey in life, love and everything in between in A to Z. Or there’s Emerald City, which finds the beloved Dorthy Gale amid a bloody battle for control of the magical land. Take a look at some of the promotional art below for NBC’s Fall 2014-15 season.
The season three finale of Chicago Fire ended with most of Firehouse 51 trapped inside a burning building after a gut-wrenching explosion. Viewers were left the fate of many of their favorites at in question especially after previews confirming not all of 51 makes it out alive. In the season three promotional graphic below, we see a few of 51’s finest pictured. Casey and Severide are pictured front and center, while Shay, Dawson, Mills and Chief Boden stand in the background. The graphic has an orange-ish tint to it much like a fire has The phrase “This Family Burns Deep” is emblazoned on it indicating being part of Firehouse 51 is more than just a job. They’re a family and along with family comes good times, bad bad times and most important. love for one another..Season three of Chicago Fire premieres Tuesday, September 23rd at 10/9c.
The season finale of Chicago PD, turned up the drama.Head of the Chicago P.D.’s Intelligence Unit, Voight finally uncovered the leak in his squad forcing him to strike a deal with corrupt Internal Affairs sergeant, Stillwater. However, Voight came to a new revaluation at the end of the episode and found himself standing over the dead body of the very man previously caught between him and Stillwater. Sheldon Jin. The series’ season two promo poster below, shows Voight in the middle with Intelligence Unit detectives Erin Lindsay and Antonio Dawson, The red and blue colors of the photo are symbolic of the glow of police lights, while the slogan, ;”Break the Rules, Not the Law” is featured. This is a nod Voight’s methods of police work. He and his squad are willing to do what is needed to break the case even if it;s unconventional. Chicago PD returns for it’s second season Wednesday, September 24th at 10/9c.
Last year, NBC’s breakout hit series, The Blacklist, grabbed hold of viewers from it’s debut and took them on one hell of a ride all season long. FBI newbie, Elizabeth Keen, teamed up with Raymond Reddington, better known as, Red, one of the world’s top criminals, to take down some of the worst offenders. He has a mysterious connection to her father and for weeks many viewers, us included, were sure Red himself was her father.The Blacklist season two poster below, shows Red standing tall in front of the city skyline. He is much larger than the skyline much like Red and his personality are larger than life. And of course, the red background is symbolic of Reddington’s nickname, Red. The Blacklist returns Monday, September 22nd at 10/9c for it’s second season.
A to Z
New to NBC this Fall, A to Z, a comedy, chronicles the relationship of a newly paired couple. Like the romantic comedy’s graphic reads below, the series tells the story of “Everything that’s happened since Andrew met Zelda.” The show’s stars are pictured facing one another in the promo graphic. Andrew, who is aptly labeled with an arrow pointing to him, has a huge smile on his face. While, Zelda appears as if she’s trying not to laugh at whatever he thinks is funny indicating maybe she grounds him and he loosens her up a bit. A to Z premieres Thursday, October 2nd at 9:30/8:30c, but NBC is offering a free digital preview on it’s site.
Coming in 2015, NBC gives one of the most magical worlds ever created another visit in Emerald City. Based on L. Frank Buam’s 14 book series, “Oz,” the story will have a more modern and sophisticated feel to it. Dorthy finds her self submersed in a battle for control of the magical city. The new show’s promotional poster below, shows the image of a woman walking towards a tornado. The sky in the poster has a dark and ominous look to it. The slogan, which simply reads, ‘Surrender’ and the combination of the woman literally walking towards the tornado suggests maybe Dorothy chooses to go into a storm or battle for the city to secure the fate of the beloved Emerald City.