Super Bowl Sunday is just around the corner. With 111.5 million viewers tuning in last year (112.6 if you count streaming), which broke another record that it previously set for the most-watched television event in U.S. history, it's safe to say that most of us will be watching Super Bowl XLIX on February 1st, 2015, whether via TV, web, or mobile.
Of the millions that will be watching the big game, many won't be paying attention to the majestic athleticism and sacrifice displayed by the players. No, a lot of people will be tuning in just for Katy Perry's halftime show and the various blockbuster commercials.
For those of you who could care less about the actual game, you can watch most of the 2015 Super Bowl ads and teasers now without needing to sit through the game. And if you want to see the real deal without paying attention to hours and hours of American football, keep an eye on NBC's Super Bowl 2015 Tumblr page or YouTube's AdBlitz 2015.
Arnold is back in a big way, returning to his iconic role as the Terminator in Terminator Genisys. Catch the Super Bowl spot for the film now.
I guess the world hasn't seen enough of her after she reportedly "broke the internet," so watch as T-Mobile and Kim Kardashian attempt to break the Super Bowl and save your data.
Seeing a previous 007 star in a car, you may assume that this ad will be packed with action, but it actually may not be what you're expecting.
In this quick ad, charging phone case manufacture Mophie shows us what could happen if Morgan Freeman-like God loses power.
Ever wonder what it would be like if Danny Trejo was in The Brady Bunch? Well, so did Snickers. See who's not themselves when they're hungry in this hilarious commercial.
Aside from all the negative publicity and outrageous antics, it's been a while since we've witnessed the awesomeness that is Lindsay Lohan. Take a look at the behind-the-scenes before the big game, and let's hope, for her sake, she has some eSurance.
Watch as former NFL stars Brett Favre, Emmitt Smith, Terrell Owens, Larry Allen, and Franco Harri use Wix.com to prosper their small, yet hilarious, businesses.
Here's, yet again, another Carl's Jr. commercial that objectifies women, while also including some cheap, Austin Powers-type jokes.
There's not much to be said about this teaser, but everyone in the add has one humongous muscular arm, so that's cool. Let's just hope Beast Mode makes an appearance.
With mostly men watching the Super Bowl, Vitoria's Secret knows what they want—half-naked women. But unlike Carl's Jr., this ad is somewhat tasteful.
Find out what the popular writer and star of the hit show The Mindy Project, Mindy Kaling, would do if she was invisible in this Nationwide Insurance commercial teaser.
Bud Light is giving one lucky individual the night of his life with a life-sized game of the '80's classic Pac-Man.
This may be my personal favorite. The ad displays the hilarious effects of Mountain Dew's two new Kickstart flavors on some casual gamers, their dog, and a recliner.
Watch as this inspirational Toyota ad shows Paralympian Amy Purdy accomplish more with two prosthetic legs than most of us could with our actual legs.
Starring Katie Couric and Bryant Gumbel, BMW's eye-opening ad shows how far we've come by opening with an old clip of the two stars asking "What is the internet?"
There's no scantily-dressed women in this beer ad. Instead, Budweiser strokes a different chord with an adorable lost puppy.
In a patriarchic society where the term "like a girl" has a negative connotation, P&G attempts to change the collective perception by showing us what the term means to prepubescent girls.
McDonald's doesn't accept conventional currency from customers in this commercial. Without saying too much, it's pretty lovin'.
Fast cars, crying babies, and Nissan. Try to decipher the teaser before the full-length commercial airs.
To the tune of the Beatle's "All You Need Is Love," Ecuador attempts to convince you that "All You Need Is Ecuador" in hopes that you make them your next vacation spot.
For more great 2015 Super Bowl content, check out NBC's Super Bowl 2015 Tumblr page for awesome GIFs, memes, and videos, and YouTube's AdBlitz 2015 for all of the new commercials immediately after they air.