Youtube is a huge social network that is connected daily by billions of users around the world. It contains a large number of videos on various topics and users spend a lot of time here.
In this blog post, we have compiled a list of YouTube channels that have the most subscribers on this social network which has billions of users.
10. Vlad and Niki
70 million subscribers
The first kids channel of the list, Vlad and Niki features two brothers. The videos are mostly of the two playing and engaging in usual children activities. This is the story of Dubai-based Russian-American brothers Vlad and Niki as they play games, often with their mother as well. The channel is run by parents Sergey and Victoria Vashketov, who add animation and music to target each episode at young kids. They have 16 channels and translate the content into 13 languages, attracting more than 112M subscribers in total and making the growth of this only two-year-old channel most impressive!
9. 5-Minute Crafts
73 million subscribers
Into the final three, and we have 5-Minute Crafts, a DIY channel that covers a whole range of subjects. Originally started in 2016, it’s gone from strength to strength since and is the most subscribed to channel of its type.
Along with craft videos, 5-Minute Crafts also includes life hacks for every part of your life, along with content for kids and parents.
8. Zee Music Company
75 million subscribers
Zee Music Company is an Indian music company, a subsidiary of Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd. The channel’s content is made up of music videos, some of which are from films and television shows. The channel says it’s aggregated over 220k hours of video content.
7. Like Nastya
75.4 million subscribers
Kicking off the list is the most subscribed to channel in the Russian Federation. Aimed at kids it features Like Nastya, and her parents who run the channel, recreating scenes from films and TV shows, singing songs and nursery rhymes, and going on trips.
79.2 million subscribers
World Wrestling Entertainment is the most popular sports channel on the list. Hugely popular the world over, WWE have pulled in tens of millions of subscribers from every corner of the planet.
5. Kids Diana Show
81.2 million subscribers
This channel puts the limelight on 6-year-old Diana as she plays with her family, including brother Roma, and her friends. The channel is all about childhood, with toy unboxings, stories, and games, this little Ukrainian girl quickly came to dominate YouTube’s children entertainment sphere.
4. SET India
109 million subscribers
Sony Entertainment Television is an Indian Hindi-language general entertainment pay television channel that was launched on 30th September 1995.
The channel has what you’d expect from a TV channel including full episodes of TV shows, teaser trailers, and episode clips.
110 million subscribers
Felix Kjellberg is the UK-based Swedish gamer. He is YouTube’s number one in terms of popularity and number of subscribers before. He has reigned YouTube for a while now, even if he’s fought for this place with other famous YouTubers, notably Smosh. Mainly a gaming influencer, he also likes to diversify into comedy sketches and Vlogs, and even published a book recently. His content has expanded into coverage and commentary of internet memes and viral videos.
2. Cocomelon – Nursery Rhymes
115 million subscribers
This channel high position represents how much young kids watch YouTube videos. The platform has become an easy way for parents to keep their kids entertained, especially with its autoplay feature.
The channel itself has exactly what its title suggests. A huge bank of nursery rhymes about a range of subjects, featuring CGI characters and locations in a cartoonish design.
188 million subscribers
Early, PewDiePie was the most followed YouTube channel. And then came along T-Series, a record label and film production company from India. Despite PewDiePie trying his hardest to stay ahead of T-Series, he’s now far, far behind.
The content on the channel is a huge collections of music videos, film, clips, and trailers from T-Series creative output. Only time will tell if PewDiePie can ever retake the top spot.