Super Bowl 2024 - M&M’S, Coors Light, Mountain Dew, Squarespace, Nerds

Chris Pash
By Chris Pash | 9 February 2024
Pluto TV, couch potato country.

They grow couch potatoes out there, with M&Ms washed down with Coors Light.

The Super Bowl is almost here and the flow is fast of trailers to commercials to be played at the football game which attracts an audience of more than 100 million on February 11.

CBS, this year's broadcaster of the Super Bowl, has reportedly been selling 30 second commercial spots ranging from $US6.5 million to $7 million.

Last year's broadcaster, Fox, pulled in nearly $US600 million in ad dollars from the Super Bowl.

More trailers HERE , HERE and  HERE  and HERE

Pluto TV

Couch Potato Farms


Almost Champions Ring of Comfort

“With help from famous Almost Champions Dan Marino, Terrell Owens, Bruce Smith – and Scarlett Johansson?! – we transformed M&M’S Peanut Butter into diamonds for the first-ever M&M’S Ring of Comfort.”


Coors Light

Chill Train | Big Game Ad (ft. LL COOL J)

For this year’s Big Game, a mountain cold hero returns.  

Waking from retirement in the Rocky Mountains, the Coors Light Chill Train is embarking on an epic journey across the country. Traveling at a frosty 900 MPH, the ice-cold locomotive will stop at nothing to bring chill wherever it’s needed. And this time, it’s bringing refreshment to a watch party that has unfortunately turned tense. 

If there’s one thing that'll fix the mood, it’s mountain cold Coors Lights. And a massive train. And LL Cool J.


Marty & Francesca Make a Website

“Keep your eyes peeled during the Big Game to see what Martin Scorsese has been working on with his daughter, Francesca.”

Mountain Dew

Aubrey Plaza Having a Blast 

Uber Eats

Jason “Jelly Roll” DeFord forget something pretty important. What is it? We also forgot.

“What a feeling! Unleash your senses with Addison Rae and try NERDS Gummy Clusters – a union of fruity sweet gummy, and tangy crunchy NERDS!”


 Home Internet Feeling 


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