Can some streaming service get going on a series named \"The Adventures of Paul and Seth\" please Every week they would get into totally crazy scrapes, like accidentally launching themselves into space during a visit to NASA, or locking themselves inside a toy store, or accidentally harboring a fugitive. There could be an entire episode of them just digging a hole in one of their backyards and it would still be worth watching.
According to Social Media, TV, and various conversations with coworkers here at Adlava who care about football, Super Bowl LI is just around the corner, and with it comes the most highly anticipated commercials of our time. In 2016, the cost to run an ad during the Super Bowl was $166,666 per second! And with good reason; (successful) Super Bowl commercials transcend advertising, with some reports stating that viewers watch the Super Bowl explicitly for the commercials. But who exactly is watching these commercials Below is a short data story aimed at answering that question.
Time to put in your order for wings and beer and scope out your favorite spot on the couch. That's right, football's biggest night is here and we have all the information on how to watch Super Bowl LVI!
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After the New Year, there's likely a bit of Super Bowl energy and excitement running through your classroom. Luckily, there are plenty of great ways to wrangle those murmurs and turn them into teachable moments. If you're looking to incorporate the Super Bowl into your lessons in the coming weeks, here are some of my favorite football resources from around the web. There's a little bit of every subject -- from media studies, to math, science, and the arts. 1e1e36bf2d