Ahead of this year’s Super Bowl, CBS will air a special commemorating the most memorable and exciting Super Bowl commercials of all time. Hosted by Boomer Esiason and Daniela Ruah, the hour-long special will air at 8 p.m. ET.
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Viewers will be able to vote live on Twitter for their favorites during the broadcast. This year’s special will pick the All-Time Funniest Super Bowl Commercial from 10 hilarious nominees, and the two most popular commercials will advance to the live vote during the broadcast. The winner will eventually be revealed at the end of the show.
You can also watch the top 10 selections ahead of time on CBS.com and vote for your favorite. In order to vote, you need to tweet one of the hashtags listed below. The Top 10 All-Time Funniest Super Bowl Commercials and their Twitter hashtags are:
– Bud Light’s “Cedric Date” (2001) – #SBGCCedricDate
– Budweiser’s “Lamb Streaker” (2006) – #SBGCStreaker
– CareerBuilder.com’s “Celebration” (2006) – #SBGCmonkeybiz
– Chevy’s “Happy Grad” (2012) – #SBGCHappyGrad
– Doritos’s “Best Part” (2011) – #SBGCBestPart
– Hyundai “First Date” (2016) – #SBGCFirstDate
– Hyundai “Ryanville” (2017) – #SBGCRyanville
– Tide to Go’s “Talking Stain” (2008) – #SBGCTalkingStain
– Reebok’s “Terry Tate” (2003) – #SBGCTerryTate
– The NFL’s “TD Celebrations to Come” (2018) – #SBGCBestTDDance
During the Super Bowl Greatest Commercials special, Kevin Frazier, co-host of Entertainment Tonight, will go behind-the-scenes and look at the making of 2019 Super Bowl commercials for Hyundai and “Avocados from Mexico.” The special will also include the world premiere of both TV spots. Frazier will also interview Cedric the Entertainer to talk about his famous 2001 commercial and his new CBS sitcom The Neighborhood.