Top 50 most watched YouTube channels in the world • Week of 07/24/2022

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This week, the channels at the top of our Global Top 50 are tightly grouped. All of them got at least 400 million weekly views on YouTube, but none of them surpassed 600 million.

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The proximity of the graph did not change his result. The most prolific YouTube channel of all time is still on top of the world.

Tops

T-series got more views than any other channel in the world this week.

In itself, this fact is not unusual, since the Indian label has been at the top of every ranking we published in July. I’m more interested in seeing if T-Series can top 200 billion lifetime views before the end of the year. Although he now has more 197 billion lifetime views, his pace slowed down a bit. In the past seven days he has won 562.1 million weekly viewswhich was the smallest weekly sum released this month.

This week’s global finalist is Cocomelon – nursery rhymes. The top-ranked US-based channel in our global rankings fell just behind T-Series after dropping 494.7 million weekly views. Cocomelon isn’t just second in the rankings in terms of weekly views: of all the channels in our latest Global Top 50, the California-based animation hub trails only T-Series in lifetime views and viewership. subscribers.

Another US-based channel, Like Nastya, finished in third place in the World Top 50. The Florida-based family vlog continues to be one of the most consistent channels in the world, consistently ranking near the top of our global rankings. During the last full week of July, Nastya and her family collected 483.7 million weekly views on their main channel. With a little push, they can pass Cocomelon next week.

Another US-based family chain, Diana show for children, is also up this week. The house of eight-year-old Diana, her parents and her brother Roma hung 447 million weekly views this week. If the kid-friendly channel is able to maintain that pace, it will top 80 billion lifetime views before the summer is over. Good luck, Diana!

Sony SA rounds out this week’s world top five. The Indian channel, which uploads TV content for YouTube audiences, has recovered 402.9 million weekly views thanks to its large audience of South Asian consumers.

Top Winners

Younes Zarou found a new use for YouTube Shorts.

Zarou, who is based in the UK, has only been posting on his current YouTube channel since May 2021. During this period, he is attracted to 3.8 million subscribers and attracted more than 4.5 billion lifetime views. The secrets of his success are revealed in his short films, which tend to feature multiple camera angles and deceptive filming techniques.

Zarou’s most-watched short film offers a good example of his style. In one corner of the screen, you can see the bloody mess that Zarou initially revealed to his audience. The rest of the screen offers a behind-the-scenes look: we see how Zarou uses fake blood, sleight of hand, and off-camera assistance to make his gruesome “wounds” look real. No special effects are needed.

I don’t know if these videos are popular because of their gruesome vignettes or their fascinating insights into the production process, but I guess the latter quality is more appealing to the average viewer. This clip won 138.7 million views to date, and it has helped Zarou achieve one of his best weeks yet on YouTube. For seven days he collected 215 million weekly views and reached 20th place in our global top 50.

If so much fake blood is too much for you, maybe Zarou’s other colorful adventures will be more your style. This clip featuring oranges has its own camera tricks — and it looks delicious, too.

Channel distribution

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

  • United States: 20 channels in the Top 50.
  • India: 13 channels in the Top 50.
  • Japan, Pakistan, Turkey and United Kingdom: 2 channels in the Top 50.
  • Argentina, Belarus, Brazil, China, Italy, Mexico, Moldova, Puerto Rico and Russia: 1 each in the Top 50.

This week, 24 channels in the Top 50 are mainly active on YouTube Shorts.

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Raymond T. Helms