Tom Brady Vows 'I'm Not Going Anywhere' in Hulu Super Bowl Ad

It’s the streaming service’s first Big Game ad with a celeb spokesman in 8 years

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Hulu enlisted six-time Super Bowl winner Tom Brady for its fourth consecutive ad in the big game.

In a 30-second spot that aired in Super Bowl’s first quarter, Brady, the 42-year-old quarterback for the New England Patriots, nodded to ongoing speculation about whether or not he will return to the sport next season.

“They say all good things must come to an end,” Brady says in the ad, while walking into an empty football stadium. But then Brady pivots, telling fans all about Hulu’s live sports and television offerings before answering the questions on fans’ minds: “Me? I’m not going anywhere.”



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