If you were expecting to see a small Nebraska town and a country star during last night's Super Bowl, you were out of luck.
A Pepsi commercial was filmed in Milligan, Neb., with country singer Lee Brice, but it was always intended to run online and promote the Super Bowl's halftime show.
Still, some on social media were upset they didn't see the commercial (or themselves standing on the streets of Milligan) during the Super Bowl broadcast.
"Sooo they're not going to show the Pepsi commercial from the concert in Milligan? #allascam #sadtweet," wrote Miranda Horsley on Twitter.
Sorry, Miranda. It wasn't ever going to air during the big game.
"The footage shot (in Milligan) will be used as an online video promoting the halftime show, which is sponsored by Pepsi, of the Super Bowl," The World-Herald reported last month.
The video, which was posted on Jan. 14, has garnered more than 800,000 views on YouTube.