Inside you’ll find a link to watch every great Superbowl 2012 commercial, along with the ranked order of which commercials were the most popular. This way, you can see if your taste lines up with what everyone else was thinkin’.
BEST COMMERCIALS FROM SUPER BOWL XLVI
Children of the 80′s proved to be a successful demographic when marketing ideas for commercials, as Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and Star Wars both shaped the two most popular commercials from yesterday. Hondo came out strong with “Matthew’s Day Off” and Volkswagen also did well with “The Bark Side” and “The Dog Strikes Back.” But which one was crowned the king?
Hulu’s AdZone 2012 took votes, and while “Matthew’s Day Off” was the most watched, “The Bark Side” was the most beloved commercial that ran during the Superbowl.
Hulu teamed up with Ad Age and Toyota to “build the ultimate Super Bowl commercial experience.” Basically, you can watch them all for free, even if you didn’t bother to see them during the actual Super Bowl.
Overall Most Liked Ads
7. M&M’s: It’s That Kind of Party
8. Audi: Vampire Party
9. E*Trade: Fatherhood
Did you laugh or cringe?
Because this was on Hulu, we have reason to believe people were skewed in voting and that’s why Will Arnett took first place in celebrity cameos over not just Matthew Broderick but also Jeremy Seinfeld, Adriana Lima and David Beckham.
Best Celebrity Cameo
1. Will Arnett – Hulu Plus: Huluboratory Extra Mushy Edition
2. Matthew Broderick – Honda: Matthew’s Day Off Extended
3. Jerry Seinfeld – Acura: Transactions
4. Adriana Lima – Kia: Optima
5. David Beckham – H&M: David Beckham Bodywear
Animals make people happy.
If you thought you saw a lot of commercials with babies, you’re correct.
Did you hope to iTunes?
Everyone’s thinking ’bout the past.
Votes were counted as of 11:00 pm PT Sunday, Feb. 5 / 2:00 am ET Monday, Feb. 6.
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