Super Bowl 2023 Commercials: Doja Cat, Snoop Dogg, and More

There are some very interesting Super Bowl ads this year.

BYEmily Burr
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Super Bowl LVII - Previews - Wednesday February 8th

It's almost time for the Super Bowl and it's all anyone is talking about. The Eagles are playing against the Chiefs. Rihanna is headlining the Apple Music Super Bowl Halftime Show. It's going to be historic, as always. However, enough people watch the Super Bowl for the commercials that they're worth talking about. This year's lineup of ads includes the likes of many familiar faces, all promoting products and brands in ways that we'll all buzz about.

One of the most notable Super Bowl commercials this year is PopCorners' return to the Breaking Bad universe, including none other than Bryan Cranston playing Walter White. Additionally, Aaron Paul will be reviving his character, Jesse Pinkman, in what could possibly be the last hurrah. “I’ve had opportunities to bring Walter White back into the milieu twice,” Cranston told ExtraTV. “I did it for Aaron’s movie El Camino and then once again for Better Call Saul. We were able to come back. And each time, we think, ‘Well, this is the last time we’re ever going to do this.’ And then PopCorners calls and it was like, ‘Well, we’ll do it one more time and then that’s it.’ So this might be the retiring episode of the Breaking Bad universe.”

PopCorners: Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, and Raymond Cruz

This is only one of the many star-studded and to-be-discussed commercials during the Super Bowl this year. Ben Stiller and Steve Martin are representing Pepsi, showcasing their acting abilities in a multitude of roles and concluding with taking a sip of the drink and asking the audience "Is it good? Or am I just acting?" Will Ferrell dives deep into the Netflix universe, entering the worlds of shows like Squid Game, Breaking Bad, and Stranger Things. Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone sing a musical about and John Cena sings a musical about paying rent for Experian.

Check out the lineup of musicians in the Super Bowl commercials. The list includes performers like Diddy making the perfect hit for Uber One with special guests. Additionally, Doja Cat showcases the Google Pixel 7's camera for Google. Also, Snoop Dogg matches his Skechers to his many colorful outfits. Meghan Trainor gets her hand stuck in a Pringles can for the brand, and Nick Jonas shows off his Dexcom G7. Watch these and more below.

Uber One: Diddy, Montell Jordan, Kelis, Donna Lewis, Haddaway, and Ylvis

Skechers: Snoop Dogg, Howie Long, Tony Romo, and Martha Stewart

Google: Doja Cat, Giannis Antetokounmpo, and Amy Schumer

Dexcom: Nick Jonas

Busch Light: Sarah McLachlan

Budweiser: Metro Boomin and Kevin Bacon

Pringles: Meghan Trainor

Crown Royal: Dave Grohl and Donna Grantis


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