From all the great Super Bowl ads, we found 8 that carried a special message.
Football, especially the NFL, needs to make some changes or it won’t be around for Super Bowl 100. But is the NFL willing to listen?
Ad meter trends favored Super Bowl ads that appealed to the drunk and desperate in many ways, but we have the five that really were the best of the lot.
Using documentary footage without permission? Cultural appropriation? Such are the claims made in Beyoncè’s two most recent videos. Ethics matter, Bey.
You never know when the big game is going to be a blowout; it’s happened to Denver 3 times before. Here are some conversation starters, just in case.
This is our final review of Super Bowl ads before the big game. We’ve seen the good, the bad, and William DeFoe in a dress. Here’s what to watch and not.
There are dozens of celebrities and dozens of dachshunds in this Sunday’s Super Bowl commercials, but our favorite, so far, is a picture sweet as candy.
Burgers and Barbies are pieces of Americana. A fair number of us are likely descended from Vikings. So chances are you can identify with at least one of these ads.
CBS and the NFL don’t want you to see PeTA’s sexy ad, but they’re fine letting you watch the overt violence of the Super Bowl. I’ll show you the ad. You decide which is worse.