Last year's game had a television audience of 92 million, the lowest since 2006.
As his rendition of “Lose Yourself” ended during the Super Bowl halftime show, Eminem took a knee and held his head in his hand.
Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar all performed together for the first time -- with some help from a...
Coinbase's ad featured one long shot of a QR code floating around the screen like a classic screensaver.
The R&B singer was accompanied by a harpist and sang in her distinctive feathery voice.
Before country music star Mickey Guyton got to the Super Bowl stage, she had already made history.
Before last year, the NFL had gone 54 years without a team playing a Super Bowl in its home stadium.
“I don't feel deserving of this,” Kupp said. “The guys standing here challenged me, they pushed me. I am just so grateful.”
The Super Bowl halftime show is arguably one of the biggest performances of the year for artists and costs millions of dollars to put...
From Zendaya to Schwarzenegger, Super Bowl ads are packed with celebrities this year.
Los Angeles has the star power, while Cincinnati has a bunch of relative no names outside of Joe Burrow and Ja'Marr Chase. Here's a...
Days after his final Olympics competition, snowboarding star Shaun White posted a selfie at the Super Bowl -- his first time attending.
With 30-second spots costing $7 million, the pressure is on for advertisers. Some are banking on nostalgia, while others take a futuristic angle.
Whether you're a casual fan or die-hard Rams or Bengals fan, here's your simple guide to watching Super Bowl 56.
Dr. Evil is back and this time he's going to save the world...before he takes it over.
The "Euphoria" star becomes a savvy businesswoman after creating a webstore with Squarespace in the ad.
What seems like a simple question leads to all sorts of nutty chaos in this year's Super Bowl commercial for Planters.
The three men who are now in their 80s have attended every game since the first AFL-NFL World Championship Game was held 55 years...
The American Gaming Association predicted about $7.6 billion would be wagered on the championship game.