5 Super Bowl LIV Commercials That Kept Us in the Game

After last year’s snoozefest, expectations were low for the biggest night in sports, but Super Bowl 54 proved to be a smash. The Kansas City Chiefs won their first Super Bowl in 50 years, taking the W over the San Francisco 49ers. But the real winners, of course, were brands! (The biggest loser? President/Very Stable Genius Donald Trump, who congratu-tweeted the Chiefs on their historic victory and thanked them for honouring the “Great State of Kansas”. The team is based in Missouri.) From Audi to Amazon and every brand in between, here are our top 5 picks for the best Super Bowl ads of 2020:


Legendary director Martin Scorsese teams up with actor and Fit God Jonah Hill for Coke’s big push for the beverage giant’s new energy drink. You’ll need the boost to sit through all 9 hours of The Irishman!



Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams takes Audi’s new e-tron Sportback for a spin while belting ‘Let It Go’ – the ubiquitous anthem from Disney’s Frozen – proving that everyone sings in the car. Stars: they’re just like us!



At $10 million a minute for a Super Bowl spot, leave it to Porsche to bring you a full heist film.


Snickers offered a pretty sharp commentary on the state of the world: The climate crisis and a fraught political landscape may spell doom, but maybe we just need a Snickers.



Daytime icon Ellen DeGeneres and wife Portia de Rossi imagine life #BeforeAlexa (hint: it’s bad!) in this sweet little spot.