Welcome to the new edition of our 10 most talked-about TV ads on social media: WandaVision wins again, Pepsi is ready for the Big Game and GrubHub is not giving up.
Check them out! Any other great campaigns you spotted?
#1 -Disney+ TV Spot, ‘WandaVision’
#2 – Grubhub TV Spot, ‘Perks: Delivery Dance’ Song by Bomba Estereo
#3 – Microsoft Surface Pro 7 TV Spot, ‘The Better Choice’
#4 – Pepsi Super Bowl 2021 Teaser, ‘Get Ready’ Featuring Abel Makkonen Tesfaye, Song by The Weeknd
#5 – Hulu TV Spot, ‘Hulu Doesn’t Just Have Live Sports’ Featuring Damian Lillard
Related | Budweiser Has Already Won The Super Bowl
#6 – Paramount+ TV Spot, ‘Expedition: Call to Adventure’ Ft. Bill Cowher, Nicole Polizzi, DJ Khaled
#7 – Discovery+ TV Spot, ‘Fixer Upper: Welcome Home’
#8 – Paramount+ TV Spot, ‘Expedition: Roll Call’ Ft. Snooki, James Corden, Gayle King
#9 – Truth TV Spot, ‘This Is Quitting: Quit Together’ Featuring Jerry Purpdrank, King Victober, To$ha
#10 – Progressive TV Spot, ‘Dr. Rick: Methods’
This top 10 is provided by iSpot.tv, the leading real-time measurement tool for TV advertising. iSpot.tv aggregates all online video views, social actions, and search activity, to evaluate ad performance compared with its industry
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