Sling TV promotes its A La Carte service, that allows consumers to pick their personal channel line-up from various genres and build, thus, the perfect TV package for them, in a series of new ads, encouraging viewers to get picky about their TV.
One of the spots, titled “Pumpkins”, features a man coming home and bringing to his wife, who’s sitting on the porch, various pumpkins. She doesn’t like any of them, though, and doesn’t hesitate to show her discontentment.
From a simple “No”, to “You’re kidding, right?”, “That one reminds me of your mother.”, to “That’s perfect… for the trash.” – she says them all, making her husband throw the last pumpkin against the ground.
The commercial ends with the voiceover raising the question “If you can get this picky about your pumpkins, why not get picky about your TV?” and introducing A La Carte TV from Sling, which starts from $20/month.