WATCH: 2020 Super Bowl ads

WTOP's Jason Fraley previews Sunday's Super Bowl commercials

Super Bowl LIV between the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs is on Sunday, but there are several brands that have already released their commercials.

Bloomberg reported that Fox sold all 77 national spots back in November — typically spots sell out around Christmas, or even January.

And for as much as $5.6 million each for a 30-second slot, the ads are sure to be as entertaining as the game.

Below are some you might see on Sunday.

Olay asks, “Is there enough space … in space … for women?” D.C.-native Taraji P. Henson, Busy Philipps, Lily Singh and real-life astronaut Nicole Stott find out in this 30-second ad.

Here’s the full Cheetos ad featuring M.C. Hammer! (It’s different from the teaser ad below.)

Chrissy Teigen bids farewell to “old luxury” in this Genesis ad with hubby John Legend.

This Amazon commercial featuring Ellen DeGeneres and wife Portia de Rossi hilariously explores what life was like before Alexa.

Part of the NFL’s Inspire Change initiative — which showcases how players, owners and the league are working together to create positive change in communities across the U.S. — the commercial features former NFL player Anquan Boldin, who started the Players Coalition after cousin Corey Jones was killed by a police man who was in plain clothes and driving an unmarked vehicle.

This Budweiser ad celebrates and extols what makes America typical.

A night at the Porsche museum turns into a high-speech chase in the dark, winding, cobblestone roads of a European city.

The Michelob ULTRA Pure Gold ad highlights its work to change farming through its 6 for 6-pack campaign — pick up a six-pack and Michelob promises to help transition 6 square feet of farmland to organic.

The New England Patriots are not playing but Hyundai’s commercial is heavy on the Boston accent highlighting the 2020 Hyundai Sonata’s Smart Park feature. The commercial has actors Chris Evans, John Krasinksi and Rachel Dratch, who’s had some practice with the twang from her Saturday Night Live days. Wicked smart, says former Boston Red Sox David Ortiz, who also makes an appearance.

This Doritos teaser shows actor Sam Elliott sauntering into a saloon and saying the words to Lil Nax X’s “Old Town Road.” In another teaser ad, Lil Nas X rides into Cool Ranch riding on a horse.

You can’t touch the piano keys with Dorito fingers. And this teaser ad hints at the inspiration behind MC Hammer’s “U Can’t Touch This.” Another teaser ad shows you how the rapper came up with some of his moves.

Balance those salty snacks with something sweet. This Pop-Tarts teaser ad features “Queer Eye’s” Jonathan Van Ness

John Cena spots Jimmy Fallon on his quest to get fit in Michelob Ultra’s Super Bowl commercial.

“Schitt’s Creek” and “12 Monkeys” actress Emily Hampshire makes her Super Bowl debut in this Tide ad teaser, joining “It’s Always Sunny” actor Charlie Day to…sort their laundry?

Rick and Morty make a guest appearance in this year’s Pringles commercial, which reveals how creative advertisers must be to get customers to take action.

Most people probably don’t hold an avocado the way they would a baby. This year’s Avocados from Mexico commercial is hoping to change that.

You can solve all of the world’s problems with a Snickers bar, according to the candy bar’s 2020 Super Bowl commercial.

Mr. Peanut is gone, so this Super Bowl ad takes a break from football to let viewers say a proper goodbye.

This Walmart commercial gives us a glimpse of what shopping could look like in the future.

Microsoft’s commercial tells the story of the first woman to coach in a Super Bowl.

The commercial endorses the brand’s new soda but will likely leave viewers thinking about “The Shining.”

See how Google helps a man celebrate the love of his life.

Facebook is looking toward debuting its groups feature in this year’s Super Bowl commercial.

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Abigail Constantino

Abigail Constantino started her journalism career writing for a local newspaper in Fairfax County, Virginia. She is a graduate of American University and The George Washington University.

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