Ad of the Day: Ikea Touchingly Explores the Moment a Father-Daughter Bond Breaks Down

In Ikea Sweden's latest spot, "A Good Listener," a familiar family drama unfurls.You don't get all the details, but you know the code: A teenage daughter, increasingly agitated for mysterious reasons, returns home every day and locks herself in her room. Her father sits just outside, waiting for the day she's ready to let him in. 

Ad of the Day: How Would You Feel If Your 13-Year-Old Daughter Married a 30-Year-Old Man?

Lucas Alexander is lucky he didn't get punched in the nose by one or more of the fathers he met while filming this provocative public-service campaign for Danish nonprofit BØRNEfonden (Child & Youth Foundation.) 

Ad of the Day: Ram Trucks Salutes Blue-Collar Workers in Big, Poetic Ad for Thanksgiving

Ram Trucks is giving thanks this holiday in classic Fiat Chrysler style with a big, sweeping, poetic paean to blue-collar American workers—in a 90-second spot from The Richards Group, airing Thursday, that gives praise to waitresses, janitors, mill and factory workers, fishermen and more, as well as the work they do.

Ad of the Day: Homebuyers Start Turning Into Their Parents in Progressive’s New Ads

Some serious Mommy and Daddy issues are amusingly on display in Arnold Worldwide's latest campaign for Progressive insurance.

Ad of the Day: Drake Sings ‘Bad Blood’ in Apple Music’s Fun Sequel to Its Taylor Swift Ad

Back in April, Taylor Swift sang along to Drake and Future's "Jumpman," got distracted by the music, and fell off of her treadmill in a slapstick spot for Apple Music. 

Ad of the Day: San Francisco Is Shocked by a Store Where Everything Costs Five Times the Norm

California's Bay Area—home to nine counties, from Alameda to San Francisco—has always been an enclave of diversity, both in terms of ethnicity and cost of living. But thanks to Silicon Valley, median household income has skyrocketed to $153,057—about five times more than families who live below the poverty line, which clocks in at about $24,300. 

Ad of the Day: Dollar Beard Club Casts a Slew of Shaggy Celebs in Latest Campaign

Grooming its brand for a broader audience, Dollar Beard Club drops a commercial today that's thick with hirsute celebrity endorsers.Seattle Seahawks star Richard Sherman is the most famous of these bushy brand-boosters. Most have niche appeal. And not a bare chin in sight. Their moms must be proud.

Ad of the Day: Organic Valley, in Deadpan Style, Celebrates the End of the War on Butter

Sugar is the new heroin, and sitting is the new smoking. But one formerly vilified habit—eating butter—is apparently off the naughty list. Gingerbread cookies and basted turkeys for everyone!

Ad of the Day: Xfinity Turns a Real Grandma’s House Into a Digital Paradise for the Holidays

Entering the gates of hell, where there's no wifi and no shows—aka, Grandma's.

Ad of the Day: Airbnb Preaches, and Pledges, Acceptance in Evocative Post-Election Ad

A diverse group of Airbnb hosts and staff representing various races and age groups appear in this minute-long film, "Accept," which touts the service's recently introduced Community Commitment. Poignant in its own right, the spot resonates even more strongly in light of Tuesday's election results.