What makes a good TV title sequence? YouTuber Ryan Hollinger of Screen Smart explores that question in a video of nearly seven minutes, using the starting sequences of American Horror Story, Twin Peaks, Stranger Things, The Sopranos, Mad Men, Game of Thrones and many more.
Sooner or later, everyone's sausage needs some support. If you find yourself in such straits between now and this Friday—say, from 8 a.m.
When Major League Soccer began play in 1996, those of us who lived in New York City had only one team to root for—the New York/New Jersey MetroStars.
One December day at the International Scene of Contemporary Dance in Stockholm, Sweden, a man named Olle, one of the best air acrobats in the world, did a triple-somersault jump.
U.S. Cellular sets a new standard for tedium with this preroll ad that lasts seven hours. It's about as exciting as watching grass grow.
It's not every day that an automaker launches a new, brightly colored car based on social media demand.
It remains the most notorious night in advertising history—June 13, 1991. The Clio Awards were scheduled to hand out their radio and print awards.
You could probably use a little levity after last night debate's, so here's some political comedy from Katy Perry, who suggests that you vote in November no matter how you look or what you're wearing (or not wearing).
Travel can be rough on animals. So, to celebrate National Dog Week (Sept. 19-25) and promote its 600,000 pet-friendly homes, Airbnb shined a light on social media star Marnie the Dog, a senior pet who just moved from New York to sun-soaked Beverly Hills.
The lottery may not have much to do with fate, but it's a lot like love—if you don't play, you won't win, says a new ad from Spain.
Can Will and Grace convince you to cast your vote for Hillary Clinton this November? A new mini-reunion episode of the sitcom that starred Debra Messing, Eric McCormack, Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally appeared just hours before tonight's debate. read more
Prostitution has always been fraught with the risk of violence, but today the internet provides broader scope and anonymity.
If you're looking for a low-calorie dessert that mixes avocados and chocolate, then Oreos has a video for you.
There's one thing almost everyone watching Monday night's first presidential debate will be able to agree on—that this new Audi commercial, "Duel," airing during the telecast, is a brilliant bit of perfectly timed entertainment.
Tecate thinks building a wall between the U.S. and Mexico is a great idea—as long as it's 3 feet tall and is used as a meeting place for guys from both sides of the border (and all sides of the political spectrum) to get together and have beers.
If you don't know jack about the townsfolk of Lynchburg, Tenn., that's about to change. Lynchburg's most famous resident, Brown-Forman brand Jack Daniel's, puts the spotlight on some of its less-renowned neighbors in new ads from Arnold Worldwide created for the distillery's 150th anniversary.
The first trip a person makes to Ikea is often with his or her parents. Buzzman Paris brings that bittersweet visit to life in "My Son," an ad that opens on a mom strolling the store with a boy who can't be more than 10 years old. For someone so young, the kid proves oddly precocious.
There's been a movement in two directions over the past few years in how movie trailers are edited and assembled.
There are lots of current applications of drone technology, but not many of them are very useful to the average consumer.
Gatorade is back to gleefully shame more of its own consumers for being lazy and out of shape—this time with a roving crew of top athletes and nasty sportscasters, who all pop out of the back of a box truck to mock them for drinking the beverage while not sweating.