20 Most Subscribed YouTube Channels In The World

YouTube is an enormous platform. The website gets the most searches and has over a billion users, and people spend a lot of time on it. YouTubers have also used it as a platform to rise to stardom on their own.

YouTube has videos on every conceivable subject, from cooking shows to streamers. We have compiled a list of the most subscribed YouTubers and channels.

Top 20 Most Subscribed YouTube Channels 

1. T- Series (231m subscribers)

PewDiePie was the most popular YouTube channel for 1,920 days. The Indian record label and film production company T-Series then appeared. PewDiePie is far behind T-Series, despite his best efforts to stay ahead.

The channel has a lot of music videos, movie clips, and trailers from the work of the T-Series. If PewDiePie can ever reclaim the top spot, only time will tell. Hence, T- Series tops the list being the most subscribed YouTube channel in the world.

2. Cocomelon (149m subscribers)

The position of the Cocomelon is indicative of how frequently young children watch YouTube videos making it the second most subscribed channel. With its autoplay feature, the platform has become easy for parents to keep their kids occupied.

The channel has an extensive collection of nursery rhymes about various topics, featuring cartoonishly designed CGI characters and locations.

3. SET India (148m subscribers)

We now have Sony Entertainment Television, or SET, India, in the third position among the most subscribed channels.

This Hindi-language channel is owned by Sony and is operated by the Indian television channel with the same name.

You will find full episodes of television shows, teaser trailers, and episode clips all available on the channel.

4. MrBeast (119m subscribers)

MrBeast, a YouTuber megastar and viral expert, has some of the most watched and liked videos on the platform. As he works to grow his business, you can expect him to stay in this position for some time.

5. PewDiePie (111m subscribers)

The YouTuber Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg, better known as PewDiePie, comes next.

He is one of the highest-earning YouTubers and is the most famous person on the planet. This is partly because of a few controversies and his competition with another channel, T-Series.

Gaming, including live streams of him playing, is PewDiePie’s primary focus. In addition, he frequently vlogs about his life in Japan, his work with other YouTubers, and other topics.

6. Kids Diana Show (105m subscribers)

We have a few such channels on the list because children’s channels are extremely popular on YouTube. This one is about a girl named Diana, and the content is about her life and what it’s like to be a kid (she’s probably always being filmed, I suppose).

Unboxing of toys, challenges, outings, and other child-related activities are featured in the videos. A concept that would have seemed odd just a few years ago, but here we are.

7. Like Nastya (102m subscribers)

The Russian Federation’s most popular channel focuses on kids. It highlights Like Nastya and her parents, who run the channel, reproducing scenes from movies and Programs, singing tunes and nursery rhymes, and going on trips.

Additionally, Nastya has a 15 million-subscriber second channel. It is simply referred to as “Like Nastya,” It features videos comparable to one another, but they focus more on playing and trips to amusement and activity parks.

8. WWE (92.3m subscribers)

The most-watched sports channel on the list is WWE, which stands for World Wrestling Entertainment.

WWE has attracted tens of millions of subscribers from all over the world, demonstrating its worldwide popularity.

The WWE channel has full matches, recaps of recent matches, and a lot of footage from their archives, including interviews and classic fights.

9. Vlad and Niki (91.2m subscribers)

Vlad and Niki feature two brothers and sit 9th on the list. Most of the videos feature the two of them playing and engaging in typical activities for young children. The fact that the channel has only existed since 2018 makes its appearance on the list even more impressive.

10. Zee Music Company (90.6m subscribers)

In the music category, we have the Indian music channel Zee Music Company in the list of most subscribed YouTube channels. Music videos, some of which are from movies and shows, make up the majority of the content on the channel. The channel claims to have collected more than 220,000 hours of video content.

11. BlankPink (83.4m subscribers)

Another K-Pop subscriber magnet is BLACKPINK. One of the most well-known acts in both K-pop and pop, the channel has Interviews, music videos, and other general band-related videos.

12. Goldmines Telefilms (79.8m subscribers)

Goldmines Telefilms is a comedy, music, and film channel in the Hindi language. It was only launched in January 2021, which means that it has grown at a remarkable rate.

13. 5-Minute Crafts (78.1m subscribers)

The DIY channel 5-Minute Crafts comes next, and it covers a wide range of topics. Initially began in 2016, it’s gone from one solidarity to another since and is the most bought-into feed of its sort.

In addition to craft videos, 5-Minute Crafts has content for kids and parents and life hacks for every aspect of your life.

14. Sony SAB (75m subscribers)

The Sony SAB channel, part of a television channel with the same name, can be found in the 14th position in the list. It produces Hindi comedies, dramas, romances, and other types of content.

15. BangtanTV (72.5m subscribers)

You’re never over a couple of snaps from some BTS content. Indeed, we couldn’t say whether that is 100 per cent valid, yet the Korean pop band have become worldwide megastars over late years. Our list places their official channel in the 15th position.

16. Justin Bieber (70.6m subscribers)

It’s clear that Pop is effective on YouTube. Justin Bieber, who started as a child musician but has since become a regular music sensation, comes next. Given that Bieber was discovered on YouTube, his position so far up the list makes sense.

We are accustomed to seeing music videos on his channel: music videos, promotional content, interviews, and footage from behind the scenes.

17. Hybe Labels (69.2m subscribers)

Since K-pop has gained a lot of popularity in recent years, it shouldn’t be surprising that related channels appear on this list multiple times.

Big Hit Entertainment is the company that manages major K-pop acts like BTS and runs the Big Hit Labels channel. Videos from various artists can be found on the channel.

18. Canal KondZilla (66.3m subscribers)

Dantas runs KondZilla Records and produces music videos. On his channel, he posts music from KondZilla.

This music centres on the funk ostentação genre and has done well on YouTube. Unexpectedly, there are a lot of music videos and behind-the-scenes footage on the channel.

19. Zee TV (64.9m subscribers)

Another Indian television channel that is the most subscribed YouTube channel is Zee TV, which successfully generated a lot of interest online.

The channel’s content is very similar to other TV channels: programs, promos, and interviews with their stars, all to increase viewership and revenue for television shows.

20. Shemaroo Filmi Gaane (63m subscribers)

The last is Indian content media house Shemaroo Entertainment, India’s first video rental business in the late 1970s. Bollywood movies and music videos are shared on their YouTube channel, Shemaroo Filmi Gaane.

These were the Top 20 most subscribed YouTube channels with a huge number of viewership. 

All this Information is taken from Wikipedia.

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