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A Definitive List of All The 2020 Super Bowl Ads
We’ve done some digging and have managed to put together a list featuring all of the 2020 Super Bowl commercials that have been released so far.
Some of them have been shared around the web already, some still have low view counts. The last spot on this list (scroll to the bottom to check it out) had only 124 views on YouTube at the time we hit publish. That’s going to change.
Just in case you don’t want to spoil the ads for yourself, you can check out this list of teaser spots for Super Bowl LIV.
Here’s a look at all of the 2020 Super Bowl ads released so far, in alphabetical order. Before you dive in, be sure to sign up for our weekly newsletter, The Ad Spot. We’ll send you an email every Friday morning full of trending ads.
Canadian viewers of the Super Bowl are set to get a blast from the past this week. Whassup is coming back to the great white north, and this time, smart speakers are getting in on the action.
Agency: Goodby Silverstein & Partners
Hard to come up with a better song for a Cheetos commercial than “Can’t Touch This”.
Agency: Lightning Orchard
You can’t get into heaven if you can’t remember your password!
Snoop Dogg joins the General in a low rider to drive a point home.
Director: Michael Bay
Quick cuts, J-Lo, A-Rod, DJ Khaled…it’s a chase to remember.
Four 30-second spots would run you north of $24 million, so Heinz decided to put four spots together. This one’s directed by Roman Coppola, son of famed director Francis Ford Coppola.
Michael Bloomberg for President
There are two presidential campaign ads set to run during the Super Bowl, Bloomberg dropped this one early while Trump is leaving his ad to be a surprise on game day.
This is one of two Super Bowl 2020 ads starring John Cena this year, but you get Jimmy Fallon in this spot as well. It’s a favorite.
Michelob ULTRA Pure Gold
Find out what a 6-pack does to help a farmer go organic.
MTN DEW Zero Sugar
Agency: TBWA/Chiat/Day New York
Bryan Cranston and Tracy Ellis Ross star in what’s sure to be a fan favorite for 2020. This is a take on Stephen King’s The Shining, and it nails it.
WeatherTech/University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine
No matter what you think of this ad, the story behind it is pretty amazing. Check this out:
David MacNeil is the CEO of a company called WeatherTech, a manufacturer of automotive accessories and home and pet care products. When his dog Scout, featured in this commercial, got sick, MacNeil took him to the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine for help.
Scout had cancer and despite having the odds set against him, this lucky dog is now cancer-free.
MacNeil was so thrilled, he had this ad made, starring Scout, to draw attention to the people who helped save Scout. The commercial has a link in it where people can go to donate to the veterinary school to help in the fight against canine cancer.