Top 50 Most Viewed US YouTube Channels • Week of 07/10/2022

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This week we saw some interesting results in our US Top 50.

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Of course, the channel at the top of the ranking is the one that has dominated this ranking more than any other competitor. But beyond the top spot, many chains have shuffled their positions, and there’s an athletic newcomer in the No. 4 position.

Tops

Since the beginning of July, we have published two rankings of the American Top 50, and Cocomelon – nursery rhymes was above both.

The children’s media empire, based in California but owned by London-based company Moonbug, now has more than 133 billion lifetime views. 569.8 million of these views came in the past seven days, and while that was 8% less success than Cocomelon recorded a week ago, it was still more than enough to retain the top spot in our US Top 50.

The runner-up on our latest US charts has achieved runner-up status after growing its viewership by 38% week after week. seven days ago, Diana show for children ranked fourth in our star-studded rankings, but that was before the Florida-based chain resumed 475.1 million weekly views. Look for Diana and company. exceed 100 million subscribers before the end of the year.

A channel with many similarities to Kids Diana Show fell one spot to third place in our US Top 50. Like Nastya, the Florida-based channel run by its incumbent kidfluencer, lost 18% of its week-over-week viewership. As a result, she fell behind on a family channel she overtook last week, although she was still receiving 317 million weekly views.
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The biggest twist in the US Top 50 came at #4. Omar Raja – ESPNwho placed eighth a week ago, jumped four places after dropping out 297.3 million weekly views. The sports channel, whose incumbent reporter formerly worked at House of Highlights before moving to ESPN, was Shorts’ most-watched YouTube platform in the United States this week. Raja and his crew really dove into the competition.

LankyBox completes the US top five this week. With its combination of long-form and short-form content, the culture and entertainment hub recorded 255.8 million weekly views and moved up six places.

Top Winners

The Minecraft star Technoblade passed away last week after being diagnosed with cancer a year prior, but as his fans like to say, Technoblade never dies.

In the wake of his passing, his YouTube channel took off. Although it was already popular initially, it has now reached our Top 50 in the US, ranking at #44. For the week, Technoblade received 59.4 million weekly viewsas her friends, followers and colleagues gathered in her comment sections to bid farewell.

The video announcing the creator’s death has continued to trend since it was uploaded in early July. To date, “so long, nerds” has received over 70 million total viewsTo accompany 7.8 million likes and 1.3 million comments. We can’t count the exact number of tears that were shed as a result of this video, but the number is undoubtedly high.

Although Technoblade’s YouTube channel has become a gathering place for those wishing to celebrate him, his death has resulted in activity on YouTube. If you would like to do your part to honor Minecraft stars, you can donate to the Sarcoma Foundation of America.

Channel distribution

This week there is 21 YouTube short film channels in the US Top 50.


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Raymond T. Helms