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This article lists the most-viewed channels on the video platform YouTube.[1][2][3] The most-viewed YouTube channel is T-Series, an Indian record label known for Bollywood music.[1][3][4][5][6] The second most-viewed YouTube channel is WWE.[4]

Top channels[edit | edit source]

As of August 2018, the top 10 includes three Indian channels, two American channels, and one channel each from Turkey, Brazil, Sweden, Canada and the United Kingdom.[1]

Rank Channel name Network Primary
language(s)
Views[1]
(billions)
Content
category[1]
Country
1. T-Series[7] T-Series Hindi 47 Music  IND
2. WWE[8] WWE English 26 Sports  USA
3. Ryan ToysReview[9] N/A English 24 Entertainment
4. netd müzik[10] netd.com Turkish 23 Music  TUR
5. SET India[11] Sony Pictures Networks India Hindi 22 Shows  IND
6. Zee TV[12] Zee Entertainment Enterprises Hindi 21 Entertainment
7. Canal KondZilla[13] ONErpm Portuguese 19 Music  BRA
8. PewDiePie[14] N/A English 18.7 Entertainment  SWE
9. Justin Bieber[15] N/A English 17.8 Entertainment  CAN
10. Little Baby Bum[16] N/A English 17.5 Education  GBR

Historical progression of most-viewed channels[edit | edit source]

The first YouTube channel to exceed 10 billion views was PewDiePie in September 2015. Since then, 30 channels have exceeded 10 billion views as of January 2018.[3]

T-Series became the most-viewed YouTube channel of 2016,[17][18][19] and exceeded 14 billion views by January 2017.[20] It eventually surpassed PewDiePie to become the most-viewed YouTube channel of all time by February 16, 2017.[21] T-Series has also had the most monthly views since 2016,[22][23] and currently receives over 2 billion views per month as of August 2018.[24]

Music is the most-viewed program genre on YouTube, across the globe.[17] By 2016, the most-viewed YouTube channels were record labels (e.g. T-Series), YouTubers (e.g. Ryan ToysReview), music stars (e.g. Justin Bieber), and nursery videos (e.g. Little Baby Bum).[25][26]

The following table lists the last seven channels to become YouTube's most-viewed channel, since October 2011.

  Current record for most days as most-viewed channel
  Former record for most days as most-viewed channel
Channel name Network / owner Country Date achieved Days held Reference
T-Series[7] T-Series  IND February 16, 2017 972 [21]
PewDiePie[14] Felix Kjellberg  SWE January 2, 2015 776 [27]
EMI Music[28] EMI Music  GBR June 15, 2014 201 [29]
Rihanna VEVO[30] Rihanna  BRB March 22, 2014 85 [31]
Machinima[32] Machinima  USA July 29, 2013 236 [33][34]
VEVO[35] Vevo  USA March 23, 2013 128 [36]
Universal Music Group[37] Universal Music Group  USA October 1, 2011 539 [38]

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References[edit | edit source]

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