Top 50 most watched YouTube channels in the world • Week of 02/10/2022

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The United States and India continue to dominate our Global Top 50.

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31 of the 50 entrants in this week’s ranking – including all of the top six – hail from one of these two countries. And one Indian channel in particular is still reaching heights that no other channel can.


T-series started October the same way it ended September: in addition to our Global Top 50. The official YouTube home of a major Indian record label still has more weekly views, lifetime views and subscribers than any other channel on the platform. As the calendar turned, the T-series counted 619.9 million weekly viewswhich gave it a comfortable lead over the next most watched hub.

SET India took second place for the second consecutive week. The Sony-owned channel, which broadcasts clips and TV episodes to a wide audience of South Asian consumers, recorded 577.5 million weekly views in our latest count. SET India now has 130 billion lifetime views on YouTube, and if he can close a one million subscriber gap, he’ll have the most subscribers of any non-T-Series channel.

The channel that currently leads SET India in terms of subscribers doesn’t look like it’s going to slow down anytime soon. Cocomelon – nursery rhymes retained the third spot it won a week ago, and its seven-day traffic was not far behind SET India. America’s purveyor of animations and jingles hooked 545.5 million weekly viewswho places him above 140 billion lifetime views. T-Series is the only other YouTube channel to achieve this milestone.

Thanks to a 50% increase in viewership week over weekthe abbreviated hub LeoNata family rose to fourth place in the Global Top 50. The all-ages hub, which ranked 12th in this chart a week ago, got 428.2 million weekly views during our most recent measurement period. That’s a pretty impressive total for a channel that only started its YouTube journey a year ago.

Diana show for children rounds out this week’s world top five. The collected family vlog 400.2 million weekly views and ended up just ahead of runner-up #6 Sony SAB.

Top Winners

A trend has emerged among the foreign-language Shorts YouTube channels that feature in our Global Top 50. Although channels like Sky and Bayashi TV hail from distant lands, they attract viewers from all over the world using the universal language of the physical. the comedy.

Ruben Tuesta goes against this trend. Like many other TikTok and YouTube Shorts creators who cracked our global rankings, Tuesta makes humorous videos. But while other chains downplay their native languages ​​to achieve global appeal, Tuesta caters to the Spanish-speaking crowd. His one-minute clips are fast-paced, wordy, and full of stereotypes that may or may not translate across cultural boundaries. My Spanish is rusty, but I still know what it’s like when your family tries to stretch household goods at the end of the month.

Tuesta broke out on TikTok, but is now making waves on YouTube Shorts. This video, which has more than 58 million total viewshelps its Peruvian-born star climb into our Global Top 50. Tuesta halved his ranking this week, moving up from 68th to 34th. By winning 214 million weekly viewsthe comedian increased his YouTube traffic by 43% week after week.

These big numbers are impressive in themselves. They become even more amazing when you consider Tuesta’s commitment to her target audience. If he started uploading the “silent comedy” that has the world laughing, who knows how high his channel might go?

Channel distribution

Here is a breakdown of the 50 most watched channels this week according to their country of origin:

  • United States: 21 channels in the Top 50.
  • India: 10 channels in the Top 50.
  • Pakistan: 3 channels in the Top 50.
  • United Kingdom and Vietnam: 2 channels in the Top 50.
  • Argentina, Brazil, China, Cyprus, Israel, Japan, Latvia, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Russia, South Korea and Turkey: 1 channel each in the Top 50.

This week, 27 channels in the Top 50 are mainly active on YouTube Shorts.

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Raymond T. Helms