The Best Commercials From the 2019 Super Bowl

If you’re looking for a play-by-play analysis of the winning touchdowns…you’re not going to get any of that here. But if you’re here for the objectively more entertaining part of this year’s big game — the commercials — then you’ve come to the right place.

Here are my pics of the best commercials from Super Bowl 53:


Pepsi may sponsor the Super Bowl, but Coca-Cola runs Atlanta. So, in enemy territory, Pepsi brought out the big guns: Steve Carell, Lil Jon and Cardi B. The commercial begins with a diner waiter asking a patron if “Pepsi is okay,” referring to the widely held opinion that Coke is, well, much better.


A tranquil field of wheat. A farmhouse straight from a Grant Wood painting. Some soft music, some beatific lighting, and a man walking through it all, embracing his grandfather, who presents him with a brand new Audi. It seems pretty schmaltzy at first glance, but Audi commercials often have a twist…


This has no right to be as funny as it was, because at its core, this commercial is just a cheap joke at Michael Bublé and the word Bubly.


With this commercial, Google highlights the remarkably heartwarming way in which its Translate feature unites people of different cultures. .

Bud Light

Just when we thought we’d seen enough of the beer company’s “Dilly Dilly” commercials, which are set among knights in medieval Europe, we hear familiar and dramatic violins approach. Wait … is that the “Game of Thrones” theme? A swift dragon appearance would suggest so…