The top commercials for the 2015 Super Bowl include Budweiser's "Lost Dog," BMW 's “Newfangled Idea” starring Katie Couric and Bryant Gumbel, Microsoft's "Braylon," Always' "Like a Girl," Fiat's "Blue Pill," Dove's “Real Strength,” Doritos' "Middle Seat" and Dodge's "Wisdom," which highlighted advice from centenarians.
These top-rated commercials tugged at audience's heartstrings, sparked discussions about diversity and stereotypes and featured cameo appearances.
Some of the funniest top-rated Super Bowl commercials featured well-known actors. For instance, Snickers' "Brady Bunch" commercial stars Danny Trejo as Marcia Brady on the set of the Brady Bunch TV show, while Steve Buscemi makes a cameo as Jan. In Esurance's "Sorta Mom" commercial, actress Lindsay Lohan makes a cameo as a terrible driver.
One of the more inspirational commercials was Toyota's "How Great I Am," which stars Amy Purdy snowboarding, dancing and running with her artificial legs. Over the spot, is a motivating speech by boxer. Muhammad Ali.
One of the more chilling spots was produced by No More, featuring a recorded call to 911 which appears to be a woman simply ordering pizza, but which later turns out to be a ruse to disguise her cry for help. No More's PSA is the first Super Bowl commercial addressing domestic violence.