Telling – that’s what comes to mind in an attempt to personify this year’s Super Bowl ads and its infamous halftime performance. Some buddies and I sat down to watch the game, the San Francisco 49ers confronting the Kansas City Chiefs. The entertainment offered in between the main event provided an intriguing and, at times, unsettling snapshot into mainstream culture in the U.S.
The Super Bowl is a cultural cornerstone of our society, the way we think, and the way we act. The NFL has over 20 million more Twitter followers than the official Star Wars page. In 2020, 102 million digital spectators tuned in to see the Super Bowl LIV broadcast. I suppose it’s a big deal.
Keeping in mind the vast viewership the game garners for itself, it should be noted that the commercials and other side-entertainment associated with this annual event have a significant impact. This year’s…
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