The 10 most popular commercials from Super Bowl 50

The Denver Broncos defeated the Carolina Panthers 24-10 yesterday at Super Bowl 50. But for millions of viewers, the advertisements that play during breaks are just as exciting as the game itself.


We've already rounded up the bestand worst ads of the Super Bowl, but now we're checking out which commercials were most popular with viewers.

Using data from their Unruly Viral Video Chart, ad-tracking companyUnruly determined the 10 most shared Super Bowl commercials based on the number of YouTube and Facebook shares. 

"The key driver of video shares is making a strong emotional connection with people," said Devra Prywes, Unruly's VP of insights. 

Doritos' Crash The Super Bowl contest produced the top-shared ad this year with 893,465 total shares for "Ultrasound." Doritos "created a spot that surprised, amused and entertained viewers," Prywes said, though the "Doritos Dogs" ad ultimately won the contest. T-Mobile and Heinz each appear twice on this list for the 30-second and extended versions of their commercials.

Check out the 10 most popular commercials below.



10. Heinz — "Weiner Stampede"

9. T-Mobile — "Drop the Balls"

8. T-Mobile — "Restricted Bling" (30 Sec)

7. Mountain Dew — "#PuppyMonkeyBaby"

6. Hyundai — "First Date"

5. Heinz — "Weiner Stampede" (Extended version)

4. Pokémon — "#Pokemon20"

3. Budweiser — "#GiveADamn"

2. T-Mobile — "Restricted Bling" (Extended version)

1. Doritos — "Ultrasound"