The Hottest 2020 Super Bowl Sunday Commercials Are…

The Hottest 2020 Super Bowl Sunday Commercials Are…

We previously told you about all the star-studded Super Bowl commercials you’d be seeing during the Big Game. With this year’s commercials costing brands upwards of $5-million a pop, the competition was fierce – and it showed on Sunday.

While most of America’s eyes were on the game, Twitter couldn’t get enough of the 30-second spots. Here are some of the most notable Super Bowl Sunday commercials:

  • So, we said “30 seconds,” but one of the funniest commercials coming just in time for the Big Game clocks in at just over 10-minutes. Ram Trucks has highlighted their best features with the help of 80s hair metal band Maximus Stëel. Fans can’t get enough of the informative hit, one comment summed it up perfectly: “didn’t think that I would watch a commercial for more than 10 mins.” 

  • Tom Brady had fans thinking he could be retiring when he posted a cryptic picture to social media last week… but it turned out to just be a still from his Super Bowl ad for Hulu. Twitter user Trey Wingo has it in a phrase: “Damn you, Brady.”

  • We told you before about Planter’s unfortunately-timed Mr. Peanut funeral campaign. During the Big Game, the Kool-Aid man’s tears watered seeds in Mr. Peanut’s grave, bringing him back to life. We give you, “Baby Nut.” Just like Baby Yoda, Baby Nut has captured the Internet’s hearts.

  • Google pulled at the Internet’s heartstrings with their commercial. In the ad, an old man asks Google to remember details about his life with his late wife Loretta… and it’s a total tear-jerker. Twitter’s response was similar to that of the Tom Brady ad: “Damn you, Google.”

  • On a lighter note, Sam Elliott got some laughs with his ad for Doritos, where he delivers a dramatic monologue version of the lyrics of Lil Nas X’s mega-hit “Old Town Road.” The commercial became an instant fave of Twitter’s, user Rick Bonnell writing, “Doritos commercial wins.”

  • Bill Murray brought it back to “Groundhog Day” with his Jeep commercial. The dreaded Ned made a comeback, who Murray tried his best to avoid, running off with the groundhog in his orange Jeep… over and over again. Our favorite part? When he was playing whack-a-mole in front of the unimpressed groundhog and said, “It’s not personal, it’s just a game.”

Want more? Here are a few others that caught our attention:

Cheetos: “Can’t Touch This”

Facebook Groups



Mountain Dew: “The Shining”

Rocket Mortgage: “Creepy Jason Momoa”

Hyundai: “Smaht Pahk”

Amazon Alexa

Audi: “Let It Go”

Source: Dr. Dave’s Ultimate Prep


February 3rd, 2020

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