Super Bowl Commercials 2017: 10 Ads You Need to Watch Before the Big Game
Because saving your Super Bowl commercial for the actual game is so 2000-and-late, brands have spent this past week pushing their million-dollar ads online in advance of Sunday’s main event — but how many of them did you actually see? READ MORE & WATCH VIDEOS
Budweiser's Timely Super Bowl Commercial Celebrates Immigration
This Super Bowl Sunday, when you reach for a cold Budweiser, a new ad suggests you’d do well to thank the German immigrant at the heart of that brew’s origin story. READ MORE
Hamilton's Schuyler Sisters to Perform During Super Bowl LI Pregame Show
The Schuyler Sisters have compelled the Super Bowl to include women in the prequel. READ MORE
Mr. Clean's 'Sexy' Super Bowl Ad Will Have You Feeling... Some Type of Way
Someone needs to tell Mr. Clean’s personal trainer that not every day is glute day. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
TVLine Items: Lucifer Finds God (?), Lucci Hosts AMC Reunion and More
Lucifer is setting its sights on the Man Upstairs.
Psych vet Timothy Omundson will guest-star during a Season 2 episode of the Fox drama as READ MORE
Lady Gaga Confirms Super Bowl Halftime Stint: 'It's Not an Illusion'
It’s official: Super Bowl 51 is now the LoveGame. READ MORE
Lady Gaga Eyeing Super Bowl 51 Halftime Performance — Report
While you wait for “Perfect Illusion” to finally grow on you, here’s something else to wrap your brain around: Lady Gaga could very well be our next Super Bowl halftime performer. READ MORE
Adele on Rejecting 2017 Super Bowl Halftime Show Offer: 'I Don't Dance'
At least they can say that they tried.
Adele on Saturday confirmed that she has turned down an offer from the NFL to headline the 2017 Super Bowl halftime show READ MORE
Super Bowl 50 Draws 111.9 Million Viewers, Ticking Down From Last Year
The early numbers for Super Bowl 50 are in, and they’re humongous (if not record-breaking). READ MORE
'Super Bowl Babies' Ad: Kids (and Seal) Sing About Being Conceived During the Game — Genius or Gross?
For one of its big Super Bowl 50 commercials, the NFL took a slightly different approach to the concept of scoring a touchdown. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO