6 things we all learned from this year's Super Bowl adverts

6 things we all learned from this year's Super Bowl adverts

While you'd think the Super Bowl would be all about the football, it never really is. Many people out there don't give two hoots about the game, and instead, tune in to lap up the halftime show and A-lister-packed adverts.

So, what did we learn this year from the long-awaited adverts, which can cost companies as much as $5 million for a mere 30 seconds? Join us as we relive the very best ad breaks from Sunday.

Toy Story 4 is coming soon - and we couldn't be more excited!

Viewers were thrilled to be gifted with a teaser clip from the fourth and final Toy Story. In the footage, we're given a glimpse of Buzz Lightyear struggling to break free from a game at a funfair. He's bullied by fluffy prizes Ducky and Bunny, while Woody chats with his old flame Bo Peep, who has a new look.

Game of Thrones shouldn't be crossed with Bud Light

When audiences laid eyes on the Game of Thrones-Bud Light crossover advert, they weren't completely sure about the mix, with one Twitter user even going as far as saying the show should be stripped of Emmy Award rights for it.

That's not to say other people weren't here for it though!

Jordan Peele is the man of the moment

The director of Get Out made his mark on the Super Bowl by appearing in the Toy Story 4 teaser, taking the audience into The Twilight Zone and sharing a look at his new film Us.

Our favourite shows are on their way back

A special clip of the new series of The Handmaid's Tale was broadcast at the Super Bowl. Based on Ronald Reagan's Morning in America presidential campaign advert, it hints at trouble ahead for Elisabeth Moss' character Offred.

While we'd love to tell you Sex and the City is back too, it's not - but on the bright side, we did get to see Sarah Jessica Parker as Carrie one last time. But perhaps not Carrie as we know her - since when did she order beer over Cosmopolitans?

Pepsi is feeling a little defensive

We're all used to being asked if Pepsi is okay by waiters - and the soda company are fed up of it, as shown by an all-star advert featuring Cardi B, Steve Carell and Lil Jon.

John Legend isn't going to give up his Stinky Booty Duty song anytime soon

An adorable advert showed John and a choir of other fathers break into song while changing his baby's nappy. It's Chrissy Teigen who steals the show at the end though!

While millions tuned into the Super Bowl at the weekend, thousands of other people - including many celebrities - boycotted proceedings in support of Colin Kaepernick.