The Super Bowl 2016 TV commercial ads are usually one of the biggest attractions of the most watched sporting event in the United States — and some people only watch the big game for that! That said, as a matter of fact, the Super Bowl 2016 television advertisements are so popular that the average cost of a 30-second commercial spot skyrocketed to about $5 million this year, which is 11 percent increase as compared from the last year, according to Business Insider. This year’s Super Bowl 50 broadcaster, the CBS, says the last remaining commercial TV ad spot could even go for as high as a whopping $6 million per 30-seconds.
The multi-million dollar question is, will the 2016 Super Bowl commercials surpass some of the past years’ TV ads in terms of viewers popularity? Well, with the popular Hollywood stars like Ryan Reynolds starring in one and Seal’s voice serenading us in others — both of their 2016 Super Bowl commercial ads were released on Monday.
You may check out all the Super Bowl 2016 TV commercial ads below:
T-Mobile — “Restricted Bling”
This T-Mobile TV ad spot, starring the Canadian rapper, singer, songwriter Drake on the set of the “Hotline Bling” music video, which broke the record previously set by PSY for The Fastest a Song Has Gone From Being Hot to Being in a TV commercial.
The South Korean automaker is going huge in its very first time as an official NFL sponsor, with all four TV ads that will expectedly be running over the course of the big game. Featuring many Ryan Reynolds in this spot is either about the benefits of the all-new Elantra’s danger-detection system or the perils of driving while tripping on the surroundings.
Mini’s “Defy Label”
This star-studded ad spot topbills everybody from the American professional tennis player Serena Williams — who is ranked No. 1 in women’s singles tennis — to American actor and producer Harvey Keitel to artist T-Pain and among others sounding defiant notes that suggest they’re not at all insecure on driving around in a Mini car.
The NFL’s “Super Bowl Babies” featuring Seal
For this year’s championship game, the NFL and Seal brought together some actual Super Bowl Babies to recreate one of the greatest love songs of all time to celebrate the greatest game of all time.