Unknown young people have risen to the Hall of fame thanks to YouTube, hooking millions of users and catching up in popularity with some celebrities. They are famous YouTubers. But which are the YouTube channels with the most subscribers?

These are the YouTube channels with the most subscribers right now

As 400 hours of content are uploaded to this platform every minute, it is impossible to keep up to date if you do not subscribe to the channels to filter them, so we suggest you become a subscriber. 

This will make it easier for you to find videos of specific YouTubers since they will all appear in the "Subscriptions" tab of your YouTube account.

10.  WWE (60.4 million)

If you like professional wrestling, then you know WWE stands for World Wrestling Entertainment. You also know that WWE is known for iconic pro wrestling shows like Raw and SmackDown. With this YouTube channel, free fans can watch videos of their favorite shows, exclusive bonus content, and even full matches. The channel launched in May 2007 and has since accumulated more than 40 billion views.


9. 5 Minute Crafts (66.7 million)

Launched in 2017, 5-Minute Crafts has surpassed some of YouTube's most popular channels, such as whinderssonnunes and elrubiusOMG. Channel how to do it yourself or DIY (Do It Yourself) has 66 million subscribers and nearly 3,000 videos. 

It offers videos such as "20 bathing tricks to make your life easier" and "35 incredible cooking tricks". The channel has gained 800,000 subscribers since January 2020.


8. SET India (72.8 million)

Sony Entertainment Television India is a channel in the country that provides content for the whole family 24 hours a day. When it reached 32.2 million subscribers, it removed artists Taylor Swift and Katy Perry from the top 10. 

Launched as a channel in 1995, SET India has been on YouTube since 2006. This channel includes comedy specials, like The Kapil Sharma Show, and police dramas like Crime Patrol.


7. Sports (75.2 million)

The Sports channel simply adds content from other YouTube channels under a related topic. In this case, the Sports channel gets sports-related videos ranging from news content to highlights and live sporting events. 

This channel started on December 15, 2013, and, according to the About section, "was automatically generated by YouTube's video discovery system."


6. Cocomelon - Nursery Rhymes (82.6 million)

Cocomelon - Nursery Rhymes is a YouTube channel that focuses almost entirely on classic nursery rhymes with 3D animation, as well as some original songs. Originally called ABCkidTV, it released its first video in September 2006. 

It saw steady growth over the years, but its popularity exploded in 2017, where it began to garner more than 100,000 new monthly subscribers. Cocomelon - Nursery Rhymes also has controversial aspects: it has one of the most "disliked" videos of all time: Bath Song. This video accumulates 1.6 million negative reactions.


5. Gaming (84.4 million)

The Gaming channel seems to be another one automatically generated by YouTube. In this case, select and collect game-related content from other YouTube channels. 

Such content includes live games, tutorials, and other game videos. According to Social Blade, this channel was created on December 15, 2013, just like the Sports channel.


4. PewDiePie (104 million)

PewDiePie has more than 100 million subscribers. Created in 2010 by Swedish comedian Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg, PewDiePie's YouTube channel is well known for its “Let's Plays” and blogs, as well as its quirky personality. 

Your channel's content has been branded dumb, hateful, and blasphemous. He is a very controversial YouTuber.

After dropping out of college to focus on content creation, PewDiePie surpassed 1 million subscribers just two years after its launch. 

Kjellberg's influence on social media has also fueled sales for indie video games, notably Goat Simulator and McPixel. In May 2020, he signed an exclusivity contract with YouTube.

3. Music (111 million)

This is another automatically generated YouTube channel that extracts and adds content from other spaces under a theme. Here you can find music videos, song playlists, and even live performances. This channel was created on September 24, 2013.


2. YouTube Movies (112 million)

More than a content aggregator, it is a hub for YouTube movie rental/purchase service. On this page, you can see a variety of movies, either by renting it, buying it, or watching some free movies with ads. 

You can also pay to watch some TV series like Veep, Supernatural, The Daily Show, and Seinfeld. According to Social Blade, this channel was created on June 10, 2015.

1. T-Series (139 million)

T-series is a popular Indian music company with 139 million subscribers and more than 3 billion monthly visits. Furthermore, it is the YouTube channel with the most subscribers in India. The channel is well known for its Bollywood musical soundtracks.

While the T-series channel was created in 2006 (YouTube started in 2005), the T-series company that runs it has been around since the 1980s. 

The company's breakthrough came in 1990 with the soundtrack album for the movie "Aashiqui." It sold over 20 million units in India, crowning itself as the best-selling Bollywood album of all time.