As Liz Lemon gets ready to utter her final "Blerg!" on the series finale, here’s a look back at 20 fake shows from the world of 30 Rock that are so close to being real it’s almost not funny (but is).
Milk first, saving the world later.
Budweiser sidesteps funnybone and goes for the heart with its Clydesdale-focused spot.
Axe and BBH London orchestrate a complex, social-media-intensive, multi-phase campaign, in the service of getting a few good (enough) men some nookie (and selling Axe Apollo).
Rogen and Rudd DO NOT talk about the Super Bowl in the next next big thing spot from Samsung.
The answer, according to Adaptly’s Charlie Neer, is probably yes. But that’s not a bad thing, if humans rethink their role in relation to technology.
A pair of teasers for Cars.com’s Super Bowl ad show that the brand is not afraid of a little drama and neither should you be.
Filmmakers are increasingly turning to camera-equipped drones to film aerial shots. Here, a German expert gives us the 400-foot view of a new mode of moviemaking.
A new book tells the story of the Grand Central Station that we know, and what could have been.