From new arrivals like Watchmen to the final season of Game of Thrones, networks and streamers aim to capture tone, theme, plot and more in one (or sometimes more) key pieces of creative art.
On day four of the 12 Days of Promax, we present our favorite key art images of 2019:
10. Prodigal Son (Fox)
The mind of a serial killer (Michael Sheen) unravels and reveals his analogous son (Tom Payne) in this key art for Fox’s new drama, Prodigal Son.
9. Veep (HBO)
HBO concluded the seventh and final season of Veep with a special postage stamp adorned with Selina Meyer’s (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) face and signature.
8. Snowfall (FX)
FX uses a dynamic ‘80s color palette to complete the season two key art for Snowfall.
7. Fleabag (Amazon Prime Video)
Amazon nods at the protagonist’s (Phoebe Waller-Bridge) personal woes, guinea-pig cafe and infatuation with a priest in the season two key art for Fleabag.
6. American Horror Story 1984 (FX)
FX channels ‘80s slasher films in more than 20 editions of key art for season nine of American Horror Story.
As the third installment of Netflix’s sci-fi series prepared to launch on Fourth of July, the streamer captured its holiday release date, summer theme and frightening reactions in a series of key art images that interchange characters such as Eleven, Steve and Will Byers.
4. Watchmen (HBO)
HBO revealed the premiere date for Watchmen through this bold and dynamic key art featuring series star Regina King.
3. When They See Us (Netflix)
An American flag shades five teenage boys of color, formerly known as the Central Park Five, in this symbolic key art for Ava DuVernay’s four-part miniseries.
2. Game of Thrones (HBO)
As part of its #ForTheThrone campaign, HBO focuses on all-important elements of Game of Thrones, such as the Iron Throne and fiery dragon eyes, in the final season’s key art.
1. Pose (FX)
Angel, Blanca, Elektra and Pray Tell strike a Pose in the black and white, editorial-themed key art for season two of FX’s drama.