David Goldman, Associated Press
Maroon 5 performed the halftime show during Super Bowl LIII on Sunday, February 3, 2019.
SALT LAKE CITY — So many commercials, so many reactions.
A number of commercials aired during Super Bowl LIII on Sunday night, just like any other year. And, like many years in the past, you might have missed a few.
As The New York Times noted, the advertisers focused on the technology of the future, as well as championing women and celebrating nostalgia.
Here’s a roundup of the popular Super Bowl commercials you might have missed. Note: Some of the commercials come from alcohol brands.
"Avengers: Endgame" airs a new teaser.
Jason Bateman appears in the Hyundai commercial.
Hulu announces the return of “The Handmaid’s Tale."
Ridley Scott has a mini-film for Turkish airlines.
Doritos brings in Chance the Rapper and the Backstreet Boys.
“Captain Marvel” releases a new teaser.
Expensify includes a song from 2 Chainz.
Pepsi united Cardi B and Steve Carell.
T-Mobile went with a simple commercial.
Avocados from Mexico featured Kristin Chenoweth.
"Hobbs & Shaw" made its debut.
Mr. Peanut showed Alex Rodriguez.
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“The Twilight Zone” marked its return.
Turbo Tax went a little robotic.
“Million Dollar Mile” announced its debut.
NFL celebrated 100 years.
Mint Mobile (also known as the “chunky milk” commercial) had people talking.
Amazon announced a new Prime show called “Hanna.”
Microsoft warmed our hearts.
Burger King wants you to #EatLikeAndy.
Budweiser had us in our feelings.
Amazon Alexa went a little wild.
The Washington Post showed off the importance of journalism.
“Toy Story 4” teased its summer release.