It’s not hard to sit through a Super Bowl’s worth of commercials and tease out some trends. As a whole, the creative was a notch above last year’s. The humorous moments felt genuinely funnier without a shred of meanness (though, not everyone hit their marks, of course). It was also a more inclusive batch of ads: We saw what were most likely the first drag queens in a Big Game ad. Ellen and Portia’s marriage was taken at face value. Jonathan Van Ness put the pop in Pop-Tarts. And Lil Nas X bested Sam Elliott in a dance duel.
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As of Sunday, the new coronavirus has killed more than 300 people, and there are more than 14,000 confirmed cases.
The virus, which was first reported in Wuhan, China in late December 2019, has since prompted the World Health Organization to declare an international public health emergency.