Super Bowl 56 commercials list: Watch the best ads here

Super Bowl LVI is Sunday, Feb. 13 in LA

Watching out for Super Bowl commercials with Detroit connections

Companies are shelling out the big bucks yet again for a spot during the Super Bowl -- and we’ve got a look at the best of the best, as they come out!

Super Bowl LVI is Sunday, Feb. 13 on NBC. The average price for a 30-second ad for Sunday’s game is reportedly around $6.5 million, and as high as $7 million, and spots are sold out. It was around $5.5 million for CBS last year.

We’ll be updating the list below as more commercials are released. Let us know your favorite in the comment section!

Super Bowl LVI commercials


Evil has come to Detroit to do some good. Actor Mike Myers once again assumes his role as the iconic “Austin Powers” villain Dr. Evil in General Motors’ Super Bowl advertisement for electric vehicles.


This one features two very well known comedic actors -- Paul Rudd and Seth Rogan. They spend some time reminiscing about roads trips and other weird things.

Amazon Alexa

Things go wrong for Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost when they find out what Alexa can do.


It wouldn’t be a Super Bowl with a Budweiser ad. This one is directed by the incredible Chloe Zhao and it’s dialogue free.

Meta Quest

A furry relic gets a second lease on life.


Arnold Schwarzenegger stars in this ad for BMW’s electric car line. He plays Zeus, but will the coffee shop get his name right?


The Sopranos?

Sam’s Club

Comedian Kevin Hart tries to stunt with his VIP status, which literally anyone can get.


Larry David is always right.


Kanye West would love this one. Former NFL linebacker Jerod Mayo tackles food waste in this spot -- and comedian Pete Davidson.


Former Community co-stars Joel McHale and Ken Jeong debate the best way to eat nuts.


The Mannings star in this one.


Another Super Bowl staple. This one is for the birds -- and the crocs.

Planet Fitness

Lindsay Logan makes fun of herself in this star-filled spot for a gym.


A couple of former “Scrubs” stars unite for a musical number about internet.

AT&T Fiber

Demi Moore and Mila Kunis aren’t related, but they have something in common: Ashton Kutcher. Awkward.


Hannah Waddingham (Ted Lasso) goes all in during a high-stakes card game.

Uber Eats

Uber Eats is pushing delivery for all things not food, with a few different spots, including Gwyneth Paltrow, Jennifer Coolidge and Trevor Noah.


An adorable robot dog escapes an electronics store to chase the love of its life.

Rocket Mortgage


It’s Dolly Parton and Miley Cyrus. Nuff said.

About the Author:

Ken Haddad is the digital content and audience manager for WDIV / He also authors the Morning Report Newsletter and various other newsletters. He's been with WDIV since 2013. He enjoys suffering through Lions games on Sundays in the fall.