Top 50 most watched YouTube channels in the world • Week of 07/31/2022

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The #1 channel in this week’s Global Top 50 continues to enter unprecedented territory.

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As it completes a dominant July, the channel in question is approaching a round number milestone that we have never seen before. How long until he completes his last ascent in the record books?


T-series ended a perfect month of July. We released five Global Top 50 charts in month seven, and the Indian label took No. 1 in all of them. Over the next five weeks, we’re expecting the T-Series to surpass 200 billion lifetime views, so watch as it maintains its current viewership rate. During our last seven-day measurement period, it gained 618 million weekly views. It was good for a 10% increase week over week since the last publication of our Global Top 50.

Although T-Series was the only channel to register over 500 million views this week, two US-based hubs found themselves a stone’s throw from that plateau. The second channel in the Global Top 50 (for the second consecutive week) is Cocomelon – nursery rhymes, a long-lasting presence near the top of our global rankings. The highest ranked American channel in the ranking obtained 497.3 million weekly views during the week that was. It turns out that there are one or two young children who enjoy watching colorful and musical YouTube videos.

These kids also enjoy watching the toy-filled adventures of the “kidfluencer” set, and few young creators are as influential as Diana, the eight-year-old star of the YouTube empire known as Diana show for children. During the last week of July, Kids Diana Show followed Cocomelon in our global Top 50. Thanks to his 496.2 million weekly viewsthe all-ages hub was able to earn a spot in the Global Top 50.

Besides T-Series, the other Indian channel to reach the top 10 of the Global Top 50 this week is Sony SA. The TV-adjacent channel landed the same ranking as a week ago: fourth place. Despite a 8% increase in traffic week over week and 435.9 weekly viewsSony SAB could not improve its chart position.

Job Othoniel rounds out this week’s world top five. The Mexican channel, which plies its trade on YouTube Shorts, moved up 12 spots after securing 412.3 million weekly views.

Top Winners

This week, the Turkish flag appears three times in our Global Top 50, and one of these three participants is celebrating their best week in our Global Top 50. Nurse captivated TikTok audiences with culturally relevant cartoons and videos, and that channel’s YouTube Shorts analogue is also on the rise.

In the most typical Nursema videos, the creator of the channel puts pen to paper. Some of these clips are simple artistic pursuits, but others use drawing as a doorway to other YouTube genres. Nursema can turn a simple sketch into a makeup tutorial or DIY project. Sometimes the channel drops the art altogether to make a statement about short video culture. According to Nursema, people shouldn’t spill milk on purpose because some people don’t have enough to eat.

This clip, which received over 56 million views, was instrumental in Nursema’s growth on YouTube. The channel is closing in on a billion lifetime YouTube views, and many of those hits have come in the last seven days. In our latest Global Top 50, Nursema ranked 38th with 193.8 million weekly views. It was good for a 60% increase in traffic week over week.

Nursema is just the latest channel to climb the YouTube charts by redirecting popular TikToks. If the Turkey-based channel wants to make another comment on TikTok culture, maybe they should discuss this particular trend.

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: 9 channels in the Top 50.
  • Turkey: 3 channels in the Top 50.
  • Japan, Pakistan, Russia, United Kingdom and Vietnam: 2 channels in the Top 50.
  • Australia, Brazil, Latvia, Mexico, Moldova, Netherlands and Puerto Rico: 1 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