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Among the latest releases, Old Spice Hair Care recommends going all in when using its products and Adult Swim Games promotes updates to its smartphone game based on the show "Rick and Morty."
Two pro golfers front new ads, with Jason Day talking about what it takes to be No. 1 for Canadian bank RBC and newcomer Bryson DeChambeau demonstrating his scientific approach to the game for Bridgestone Golf.
Finally, DirecTV recruits Jon Bon Jovi to help a couple "turn back time" by catching up on the TV shows they missed -- but he goes a step further and suggests a few more lifestyle changes.