10 Unique YouTube Channels You Should Watch Next

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YouTube’s popularity has reached extreme heights since its inception in 2005. There are channels with millions of subscribers and videos with billions of views. While a large amount of content can lead to many entertaining YouTube sessions, it’s also a double-edged sword, as the number of YouTubers and YouTube videos can seem overwhelming.

So if you’re looking to add more YouTubers to your roster, look no further. Here are 10 unique YouTube channels ranging from gaming to comedy to supernatural.

Benito Skinner

Benito Skinner, aka Benny Drama, is an actor and videographer in Brooklyn, New York, who fills his channel with skits and hilarious parodies. Each skit has original characters, and his work is deeply rooted in pop culture and celebrity drama. He loves creating content involving the Kardashians and the zodiac signs, and his 312,000 followers love watching.

Peanut ButterGamer

Austin Hargrave, or PeanutButterGamer (PBG), is a YouTuber who posts content including gaming videos, top 10 lists, reviews, and more. He plays different types of games and his videos mostly consist of comedic commentary filled with random effects and high quality editing. With over 471 million views, he has many highly regarded series, such as “G-Files”, in which he talks about weird video games and weird things found in video games, and “Zelda Month”, during which he only downloads Zelda– content linked in November.

jacksfilms

Known on YouTube as Jackfilms, Jack Douglass is a YouTuber known for his satirical videos, parodies, music videos, and skits. It constantly posts great content, including memes, current trends, and responses from its viewers.

Douglass has a solid fan base with nearly 5 million subscribers, and he interacts with them more intimately than many other YouTubers. And with a tagline like “Help Me Laugh at Everything,” you know it’s going to be a cheeky, comedic moment.

BuzzFeed Unresolved Network

Buzzfeed’s Unresolved Network covers mystery, conspiracies, true crime, supernatural and everything in between. His most notable series include “Buzzfeed Unsolved: Supernatural” and “Buzzfeed Unsolved: True Crime,” in which two hosts attempt to explain the unsolved mysteries of true crime and prove that the paranormal exists. It is an educational and entertaining series in documentary form created, produced and hosted by Ryan Bergara, the supernatural believer, and co-hosted by Shane Madej, the sarcastic skeptic.

Although the Buzzfeed Unsolved: Supernatural and Buzzfeed Unsolved: True Crime series have ended, the channel is still producing related videos and creating quality content.

looper

looper prides itself on being the “go-to source for the movies, TV shows, and video games we all love.” The channel is dedicated to posting opinions and informative videos on arts and entertainment. In the videos, a narrator with a pleasant and heartbreaking voice reveals easter eggs and secrets from the movies, exposes movie mistakes, and highlights the best deleted movie scenes.

The channel has nearly 6 million subscribers and covers everything from superhero movies to star wars on reality TV.

brandon roger

This YouTube channel has been dubbed “YouTube’s little trash corner” by its creator Brandon Rogers, comedian, actor and director. Rogers is best known for his satirical sketches in which he impersonates different characters such as Hall Monitor Helen, a blind fashion designer named Jürgen Klausvonschwitz, and ruthless CEO Bryce Tankthrust, to hilarious comedic effect. He mainly publishes sketches and episodes for various series such as “Blame the Hero”, “Blood and Makeup” and “Normal British Series”.. He often goes out in public dressed as his characters and then acts out their crazy antics, causing him to be kicked out of certain establishments.

Swoozie

Adande Thorne, aka Swoozie, is an actor, screenwriter, producer, director and host, YouTube personality and gamer who has nearly 8 million subscribers on YouTube. After joining in 2006, he focused most of his content on his travels, which later evolved into advice and hours of stories. In his videos, he talks about his crazy love life, the humorous adventures of his job at Disney World, and advice that all his fans can benefit from.

Poor lip reading

Poor lip reading doubles footage from TV shows, movies, political debates, music videos, and more, with a new soundtrack of hilarious interpretations of people’s speech. The first video published by Poor lip reading was a parody of Rebecca Black’s song “Friday” titled “Gang Fight”, in which she appears to sing about gang violence. Following this, the account posted more NFL game videos, musical high schooland The Walking Dead.

The account has over 8 million followers and is run by an anonymous producer. He’s won numerous awards for his comedic videos and even won praise from Michael Bublé after his song “Havn’t Met You Yet” was spoofed in the electronic-inspired song “Russian Unicorn.”

CinemaSins

Created by Jeremy Scott and Chris Atkinson, CinemaSins’ goal is to expose “sins” in movies such as plot holes, ridiculous science, or picky observations. According to Scott and Atkinson, “No movie is without sin. We exist mostly just to remind you of that. The videos for the channel’s main series, ‘Everything Wrong With’, consist of a rundown of movie scenes in which the sins are accompanied by sarcastic comments.Of the hundreds of videos uploaded, the most popular include Fifty shades of Grey, Frozenand 2012.

The account has over 9 million subscribers and posts new videos every Tuesday and Thursday.

how it should have ended

How it should have ended (HISHE) was started by Daniel Baxter and Tommy Watson after they started discussing alternate endings for movies they had watched. In 2005, they released their first video, “How star wars should have ended,” and now has over 10 million YouTube subscribers.

The videos consist of alternate endings to animated parody movies, with the most popular having to do with Avengers: Infinity War, Toy Story 3and jurassic world.

Raymond T. Helms