The Funniest Commercials Of The Year 2014 Airs Tonight On Spike TV

Posted: Dec 18 2014, 9:04am CST | by , Updated: Dec 20 2014, 11:08am CST, in News | Latest TV News

The Funniest Commercials of the Year 2014 Airs Tonight on Spike TV
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The Funniest Commercials of the Year 2014 show will be hosted for the first time by Gabriel Iglesias.

The Funniest Commercials of The Year 2014 show will air tonight on Spike TV. This is the 10th anniversary of the show highlighting the funniest commercials of the year. Comedian Gabriel Iglesias is hosting the show for the first time.

Among the funniest commercials of year featured tonight are the Doritos Super Bowl Ad titled Time Machine, a Value City Furniture ad, a Go Daddy Ad titled Stick it, an Old Spice Ad and a Colon 101.

The Funniest Commercials of The Year 2014 show airs on Spike TV at 10/9c.

The Super Bowl 2015 is approaching fast and will bring again a long list of funny commercials. See the Best Super Bowl Ads of 2014.

Watch the teaser for The Funniest Commercials of The Year 2014 show below.

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