Super Bowl Commercials The Best and Worst

Alyssa Esquivel

Lowest Views For Super Bowl Commercials

The Super Bowl which aired on Sunday February 3rd is one of the most anticipated days of the year. Aside from the teams playing against each other, an uncanny excitement is mainly for the Super Bowl commercials. Having a commercial aired during this time is important because millions tune in to watch the Super Bowl and it’s commercials. This year though there was not a lot of excitement for the Super Bowl unlike other years. This Super Bowl was the lowest watched  in over 11 years. Only 98.2 million people watched the Super Bowl this year unlike in 2018 which had an estimated 111.3 million viewers.

Most Viewed Commercial

As for the Super Bowl commercials of this year, viewers were not impressed with what they saw . The highest rated commercial aired was the Pepsi commercial staring Cardi. B, Steve Carell and Lil John. They featured a comic take on their Cardi’s famous ‘Okurr” and Lil Johns raspy ‘okaaay’. Over all this commercial showed to be the most viewed and most anticipated for the Super Bowl. During the Super Bowl, having a commercial air for 30 seconds to a minute costs around 5.1 million dollars. Which is why it’s important to have a memorable commercial for the audience.

Lowest Rated Commercial

The worst rated commercial was a Devour “Food Porn” commercial which had the lowest ratings only because it left people feeling confused and uncomfortable. The commercials goes on to portray a man who has a frozen food addiction and he’s constantly choosing that over a real hot meal. The innuendos in it are unsettling to the mind. The “food porn” issue is solved with Devour pitching their own frozen food that looks less like processed food and more like a home cooked meal.  Over all a lot of the commercials aired were successful and creative in their own way. While many were not. Either way it helped take the mind off a very dull and disappointing football game.

 

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