Watch Some Poor Guy Lose His Job in a Grim New Geico Spot

Plus Brand-New Commercials from Buick, Chevrolet, AT&T and Taco Bell

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Every weekday, we bring you the Ad Age/iSpot Hot Spots, new and trending TV commercials tracked by, a company that catalogs, tags and measures activity around TV ads in real time. The New Releases ran on TV for the first time yesterday. The Most Engaging ads are showing sustained social heat, ranked by SpotShare scores reflecting the percent of digital activity associated with each over the past week. See the methodology here.

Among the new spots, you'll find Taco Bell's already notorious Ronald McDonald stunt, which Ad Age's Maureen Morrison previewed yesterday.

Today's TV Ad Highlights
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New Releases
Top new ads recently aired on national TV
Taco Bell: Ronald McDonald Loves Taco Bell Taco Bell: Ronald McDonald Loves Taco Bell
Network: Comedy Central
Show: Tosh.0
Primetime Airing: Mar. 27, 10:50 pm EST
Chevrolet: Captain America Chevrolet: Captain America
Network: CBS
Show: Late Show With David Letterman
Airing Date: Mar. 27, 12:21 am EST
GEICO: Bad News GEICO: Bad News
Network: History Channel
Show: Vikings
Primetime Airing: Mar. 27, 10:14 pm EST
AT&T: Sleeping Baby AT&T: Sleeping Baby
Network: ABC
Show: Grey's Anatomy
Primetime Airing: Mar. 27, 9:17 pm EST
Buick: Hmm Buick: Hmm
Network: TBS
Show: 2014 NCAA Basketball Tournament
Primetime Airing: Mar. 27, 10:41 pm EST
Most Engaging
Top ads by SpotShare for the past 7 days
Chanel: Chase Chanel: Chase
Online Views: 1,081,064
Social Actions: 20,964
SpotShare: 2.53%
5 Hour Energy: Race Day 5 Hour Energy: Race Day
Online Views: 3,379,405
Social Actions: 82
SpotShare: 2.24%
Beats Audio: Cesc Fabregas Beats Audio: Cesc Fabregas
Online Views: 1,566,015
Social Actions: 13,674
SpotShare: 2.22%
McDonald's: The Club McDonald's: The Club
Online Views: 807,820
Social Actions: 9,366
SpotShare: 1.36%
Honey Maid: This is Wholesome Honey Maid: This is Wholesome
Online Views: 1,440,623
Social Actions: 2,736
SpotShare: 1.19%

As always, you can find out more about the making of the best commercials on TV at Ad Age's sister publication Creativity.

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