While Jason Alexander admittedly couldn't tell you which teams are facing off in this year's Super Bowl, there is one thing he's sure of: "People really, really look forward to the commercials."
This year’s Super Bowl commercials may leave viewers thirsty for more.
Well, we finally know who's playing in the Super Bowl for 2021, which means it's time to finalize the menu for you and your family and organize that virtual watch party.
As millions of people lost their jobs amid the pandemic, Indeed joins the Super Bowl fray to inject some hope into the search process.
Budweiser isn't airing a Super Bowl ad this year. But the Anheuser-Busch brand has aired ads during football's biggest night for 37 years straight. Here are some of the best.
Commercials cost as much as $5.6 million per 30 seconds this year. Here's how some of America's largest corporations (and Michael Bloomberg and Donald Trump) spent their money.
This year’s 77 Super Bowl commercials feature notable LGBTQ figures, women behind the camera and in front, and two big-name politicians.
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Kobe Bryant's death impact Super Bowl advertising
College education and clean water will be among the social issues that feature in commercials this Sunday, along with a spotlight on women, as advertisers seek to grab the attention of what is often the year’s largest television audience: the National Football League’s Super Bowl championship.
Auto giant Fiat Chrysler, which has run convention-breaking ads in the Super Bowl since 2009, said Friday it would not run any commercials in the game this Sunday, marking the second big advertiser to pull back from the event this year.
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Morgan Freeman is known for his voice. He's famous for a lot of things, of course, such as his impressive talent and an extensive résumé, but it's his voice that is unmistakable. Maybe that's why his latest role is so striking, because instead of using his own vocal cords in a new commercial, he borrows Missy Elliott's, lip-syncing to her hit "Get Ur Freak On." Actually, it's not just that.
The NFL has rejected a one-page advertisement for the Super Bowl program from the American Veterans (AMVETS) organization that included the message "Please Stand," according to USA Today's Erik Brady.
The NFL has denied advertising space in the Super Bowl program for a veterans group that declined to alter language about standing for the national anthem. NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy confirmed Tuesday that American Veterans, or AMVETS, submitted an advertisement last week to the third-party publisher of the game program with the message, "Please Stand."
The greatest comeback in Super Bowl history ended in overtime. How could it get better than that? And then it did. You could see it in the faces of three soldiers serving overseas who got to see the game and, in a virtual sort of way, their families by way of world-bending, whiz-bang technology.
There was little excitement in this year's crop of Super Bowl ads. Many of the best had already been seen on social media; the others were underwhelming.
You voted and here are the best Super Bowl 50 commercials from USA TODAY's ad poll: