The video, out of Energy BBDO and directed by Pete Riski of Rattling Stick, racked up 74 million views in its first week on the chart. Meanwhile, a new Squatty Potty video, which explains the use of a toilet footstool with prince and unicorn characters, earned 24 million views in its first week. Samsung has two videos back on the viral chart after a hiatus: "#OptionsIncluded" and "It's Not a Phone, It's a Galaxy," in spots three and five, respectively.
Sprint posted a sunshine-filled spot featuring a fedora-wearing woman who learns about the wireless network's deals. Called "Love Your iPhone?", the spot came in at No. 4 and garnered 13 million views this week.
Videos from Crest, Walmart and Cheetos took spots six, seven and eight, and attracted 7 million views each. Jennifer Aniston's new Emirates spot came in ninth with six million views, and Facebook's new "Helpful Tip," explaining how to create groups, came in tenth with six million views.
iPhone Forever is the world's best deal. You get iPhone 6s and a new iPhone every year. Sounds good, doesn't it? http://sprint.co/1JysnbvPosted by Sprint on Monday, September 28, 2015
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Check out the first of my Ghostery Store pranks featuring Cheetos Bag of Bones—back again this Halloween.Posted by Cheetos on Monday, September 21, 2015
Helpful Tip: It's easy to create a group for anything you're into.Posted by Facebook on Monday, October 5, 2015