Adweek’s Top 10 Commercials of the Week


Google ‘Here’s to the Moms’

Google traditionally does a special Google Doodle for Mother's Day. This year, it's adding the commercial below from creative agency Whirled, saluting moms for everything they do.


Volkswagen ‘Think Blue’

Are you a parent? Then it's likely this new U.K. Volkswagen spot will resonate with you. Don't worry, the feature highlighted here is one you can turn off.


YouTube Comedy Week ‘The Shoot’

YouTube's Comedy Week promises to blow your mind as, for one week, "the world of comedy" comes together in the "single most culturally significant event that has ever happened since ever."


Samsung Galaxy ‘Grad Party’

In this new spot, every adult at a graduation pool party has an iPhone and every kid has a Samsung Galaxy S4—just like the real world, where iPhone popularity is plummeting among the young... right?


Infiniti ‘Unravel’

Spring has sprung and Infiniti wants to help you shed those bulky winter clothes.


Philips Sonicare ‘Odyssey of the Manual Toothbrusher’

You're an intelligent, civilized human who enjoys all the efficiencies of modern life. So why do you use knuckle-dragging technology to clean your teeth? That's Philips Sonicare's question to its target market.


Schwinn ‘Let’s Ride’

In its latest spot, Schwinn provides the ride and a promise of a lifetime of enjoyment on the breezy path to happily ever after.




Old Navy ‘In-Flight Entertainment’

Boyz II Men are the newest retro celebs to star in Crispin Porter + Bogusky’s zany spots for Old Navy. In this new ad, 1990s R&B romancers Boyz II Men reinterpret their hit "I’ll Make Love to You" as an ode to white jeans.


Audi ‘The Challenge’

"The Challenge," is a charmingly bizarre vignette from Audi in which two of geek culture's greatest heroes refrain from taking themselves too seriously. "New Spock" Zachary Quinto plays his part pretty straight, leaving plenty of room for the original Vulcan, Leonard Nimoy.


Wolfenstein: The New Order ‘Announcement Trailer’

This new spot from AKQA and video game Wolfenstein: The New Order, asks you to imagine the year is 1960 and the Nazis have won World War II. 

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