Updated 05:29 PM EST, Tue, Jan 18, 2022

Super Bowl XLIX 2015 Commercials: Victoria's Secret, Carl's Jr. & More! [Watch Videos Here]

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It's the time of year for the release after release of teasers for the commercials premiering at the Super Bowl. 

Trying their luck at converting precious airtime on Feb. 1 at 6:30 p.m. ET (3:30 p.m. PT) on NBC into sales, the commercials will approach their possible consumers with tearjerkers, humor, sexual innuendos and cliff hangers.

"The latest teaser is for Budweiser's 'Lost Dog' ad, which looks like a real tearjerker--though it will surely have a happy ending," said Zap2it in a report.

The ad preview shows a dog sneaking into an empty lot and then hiding in a box. Watch it here.

According to the Daily Mail, the commercial is akin to last year's Super Bowl commercial following a lost dog's unlikely friendship with a Clydesdale horse.

There's also one showing Charlotte McKinney of Guess fame and her beautiful body's peek-a-boo moments, boasting a new, believe it or not, all-natural burger from Carl Jr.'s.

"Perhaps one of the raciest Super Bowl spots, ever, will be seen on Super Bowl Sunday by less than half the country," said USA Today, explaining that the ad will be shown only in the West, where the burger chain is based. 

According to USA Today, Victoria's Secret confirmed Wednesday that it will borrow the star power of its models in their Super Bowl spot.

Per Business Insider: "Just in time for Valentine's Day, Victoria's Secret is invading the crowded arena of Super Bowl commercials with a sexy new ad," as its sexy models Adriana Lima, Candice Swanepoel, Lily Aldridge, Behati Prinsloo and Doutzen Kroes don pads and helmets.

It will be the fist time since 2008 that football fans will see the lingerie line's commercials at American football's top level, said Time, adding that their spot is at the fourth quarter.

On it's second year, Bud Light is using it's "Up For Whatever" campaign, where a random guy is treated to a wild night out after drinking a bottle of the beverage offered by a stranger.

This year's ad is "Coin."

Mindy Kaling also has a teaser that is surely confusing. In "Invisible Mindy Kaling," the star of "The Mindy Project" first notices that she seems invisible to some people then thinks she is. She decides to do crazy things but, in the end, the teaser for the Nationwide's insurance commercial reveals that she is not invisible.

Another ad is one about a community with overdeveloped right hands, by Skittles. The unsettling ad is "It Will be Settled," so we're guessing we will know at the Super Bowl what the commercial is about.

According to Adage, carmakers like BMW, Kia, Nissan, Mercedes-Benz and Toyota have bought spots. So have Coca-Cola, PepsiCola, Carnival Corp., Doritos, Dove Men+Care, among others.

Here are some of them, as shared by 9News:

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