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Super Bowl commercials: Check out the biggest commercials of 2023 you may have missed

10 hours ago

M&M’s “Spokescandies” return after the end of the Super Bowl

That was fast.

The so-called “Spokescandies,” a lineup featuring the red, yellow, green, and purple M&Ms, were once again the stars of M&M commercials after the Super Bowl ended.

Earlier in the evening, an ad starring Maya Rudolph took on the role of spokeswoman and wreaked havoc on the iconic candy. She renamed them Ma&Ya’s and changed them to Chocolate Covered Clam Bites. The original “Spokescandies” returned to consumer relief.

Last month, candy maker Mars said it would replace the candy icons with Rudolph after facing far-right criticism for its mascot makeover. On Sunday, it declared the Spokescandies were “back for good”.

-Lillian Rizzo

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The Chiefs are champions again

The Kansas City Chiefs have won their second Super Bowl under coach Andy Reid and NFL MVP quarterback Patrick Mahomes. Final score: 38-35. A classic.

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Did you just click on the Tubi app? No, that was an ad

Free streaming service Tubi made Super Bowl viewers think they flipped the channel on Sunday.

In what seemed like a comeback from the commercial break with Fox broadcasters Kevin Burkhardt and Greg Olsen at the top and in the middle, the Tubi interface suddenly appeared.

The ad-supported streaming service, owned by Super Bowl broadcaster Fox Corp, brought viewers into its interface as if they were clicking around the app. Fox Nation original content took center stage, such as “Yellowstone One-Fifty,” the program narrated by Kevin Costner to celebrate the national park’s 150th anniversary. Super Bowl viewers tweeted her confusion.

-Lillian Rizzo

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The Chiefs are seconds ahead

Harrison Butker redeemed an earlier mistake to give the Chiefs a three-point lead with just seconds left in Super Bowl LVII.

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“Grease” is the word for T-Mobile 5G advertising

T-Mobile is targeting “Grease” fans with its Super Bowl commercial.

The cellphone company has tapped John Travolta to reprise his role in the 1970s movie duet “Summer Lovin'” to spread the word about its 5G home internet. Travolta is joined by Zach Braff and Donald Faison, co-stars of long-running sitcom Scrubs.

T-Mobile has been pushing its 5G internet, creating competition that has hit traditional cable providers lately.

Also on Sunday, the company published an ad for its web featuring actor Bradley Cooper and his mother Gloria. The spot features a series of mishaps from the mother-son duo and playful banter about Bradley’s bright pink shirt, which Gloria said looked like a “flamingo”.

-Lillian Rizzo

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Melissa McCarthy travels in the musical ad

On, Melissa McCarthy sings an ode to the travel agency’s website in her second Super Bowl commercial.

During the 30-second spot, the Emmy Award-winning comedy star and producer makes split-second visits to luxury locations. As she stops by places like a Malibu beach house, a poolside resort and a ski lodge in the mountains, she sings the song “Somewhere, Anywhere” by, a Booking Holdings brand, debuted its first Super Bowl commercial last year, starring Idris Elba, adding to the wave of travel ads aimed at capitalizing on pent-up vacation demand caused by the pandemic hit.

The Super Bowl ad is part of a larger ad campaign featuring McCarthy. To kick off the marketing campaign, the travel agency is giving away 10,000 travel credits to 50 winners who enter the sweepstakes on social media.

– Rebecca Picciotto

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Jalen Hurts scores a third rushing touchdown

Philadelphia’s Jalen Hurts set a quarterback record by scoring his third rushing touchdown of the game. And then he connected it with a two-yard conversion run.

He also matched the overall record for rushing touchdowns held by running back Terrell Davis.

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Ram addresses “premature electrification”

Ram’s 60-second “Premature Electrification” spot parodies male enhancement commercials and indirectly captures fear points associated with today’s all-electric vehicles, particularly pickup trucks.

The ad features EV owners, including couples, in an innocent but sexually proactive manner discussing issues they have had with their EVs.

The spot debuts the production version of the all-electric Ram 1500 REV pickup truck, which is expected to start production next year. The truck debuted as a concept at the CES technology show last month.

It stars actor Jason Jones, a Canadian-American comedian best known for his work on the HBO series The Flight Attendant and The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.

– Michael Wayland

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The Chiefs now lead by 8

The Kansas City Chiefs are on the road to success. After the longest punt return in Super Bowl history, the team scored a touchdown. They now lead 35-27 with under 10 minutes to play.

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Turf battle at State Farm Stadium

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Kadarius Toney enters the end zone and scores a touchdown during Super Bowl LVII between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on February 12, 2023.

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A shootout between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs was overshadowed by the field on which Super Bowl LVII will be played.

Throughout Sunday’s game, players struggled to stay on their feet on the grass field at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.

The new playing surface, installed two weeks ago, cost nearly $1 million and was grown at a local Phoenix sod farm.

Players on the Eagles swapped out their cleats and opted for shoes with higher spikes for better grip on the loose surface. During the third quarter, Eagles kicker Jake Elliott slipped during a kickoff and slid to the ground.

-Sarah Whitten

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The Chiefs take the lead

Patrick Mahomes marched down the field with Kansas City to open the fourth quarter with a touchdown. The Chiefs now have their first lead.

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Comedians roast Mr. Peanut in Planters commercial

Planters’ mascot Mr. Peanut is roasted by a variety of comedians in the Hormel brand commercial.

Jeff Ross, Natasha Leggero, Atsuko Okatsuka, Frank Castillo, Yamaneika Saunders, David Lucas and Sarah Tiana take the stage to insult the cartoon character.

Although Mr. Peanut is roasted, it’s a relatively tame commercial for Planters, who previously killed him in his 2020 spot and revived him as a baby in his 2021 ad. Mr. Peanut references this death at the end of this year’s commercial, saying he wishes Planters had killed him all over again instead.

– Amelia Lucas

11 hours ago

‘Binky Dad’ Goes Viral in Kia Telluride Ad

When parents forget a favorite Binky for their baby, things can quickly go wrong. Because of this, mothers and fathers go to extreme lengths to keep or regain the child’s precious item.

That’s the premise of Kia’s 60-second Binky Dad commercial, which stars a dad driving a 2023 Telluride X-Pro and going viral trying to find a forgotten Binky.

The commercial is set to 1976’s “Gonna Fly Now,” now better known as the theme song for the “Rocky” film.

– Michael Wayland

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Eagles kick field goal

Philadelphia went up to 27-21 with a field goal in the third quarter. It was one of the seemingly rare times this game that the Eagles didn’t make it to fourth place.

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Rupert Murdoch and Elon Musk spotted together

Media mogul Rupert Murdoch was spotted sitting next to Tesla CEO Elon Musk during the Super Bowl.

The chairman of Fox, which is broadcasting the matchup, and News Corp also sat with daughter Elisabeth. The Fox broadcasters pointed to the CEO duo others tweeted about it, during the third quarter.

– Lillian Rizzo

11 hours ago

“Air” pendant

Ben Affleck and Matt Damon reunite for Air, the story of the groundbreaking partnership between Michael Jordan and Nike’s basketball division.

Affleck and Damon reunite as Nike executive Sonny Vaccaro and Nike co-founder Phil Knight. Viola Davis plays Michael Jordan’s mother, Deloris Jordan.

– Sarah Witten

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Rihanna reveals pregnancy

Rihanna brought down the house with her halftime performance – and also revealed that she is pregnant.

The Grammy-winning pop singer wore a red, part-latex outfit. At one point, when the camera zooms out on her, she shows her stomach. After Rihanna rubbed her tummy, Twitter was sent into a frenzy of speculation that she was announcing her pregnancy.

Her rep later confirmed the baby news to .

This was Rihanna’s first appearance in seven years and also since becoming a mother in 2022. Singer and rapper A$AP Rocky welcomed a boy together last year.

– Lillian Rizzo

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The Chiefs are still alive

The Chiefs scored a touchdown after a 10-play drive to open the second half. It’s 24-21 now, Eagles.

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Rihanna is in the spotlight at the Super Bowl

Rihanna performs onstage during the Apple Music Super Bowl LVII Halftime Show at State Farm Stadium on February 12, 2023 in Glendale, Arizona.

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Halftime performer Rihanna arrived at State Farm Stadium on Sunday and sang the hit song “B —- Better Have My Money” before entering a mash-up of “Rude Boy,” “Where Have You Been,” “Only Girl In the world” and “diamonds”.

During the performance, dozens of costumed performers danced on multiple elevated stages suspended from the stadium ceiling.

Here is Rihanna’s complete setlist:

  • “B — Better have my money”
  • “Where have you been”
  • “Only Girl (In The World)”
  • “We found Love”
  • “Rude Boy”
  • “Work”
  • “Wild Thoughts”
  • “Pour it up”
  • “All Lights”
  • “Run This City”
  • “Umbrella”
  • “diamonds”

-Sarah Whitten

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Creed III trailer is coming to the Super Bowl

The trailer for the next installment in the Creed series aired Sunday during the Super Bowl. The film hits theaters on March 3rd. Michael B. Jordan will reprise the role, this time opposite Jonathan Majors in the film.

-Lillian Rizzo