Whether you are standing in a queue or have plenty of time to kill, you always look for an option on your smartphone to take advantage of every free moment of your life. YouTube attracts more than a billion viewers every day and has produced some of the best original video content in the last decade.
In this blog, we list down the top 20 comedy channels on YouTube with most subscriptions. If you love witty humor, these are the top YouTube Comedy Channels you should check out and subscribe:-
He is extremely popular for his videos depicting present day scenarios. He made his first YouTube video in 2006, when he was still in high school in Hawaii. Check out his “How to be” series – “How to be Gangster”,”How to be Ninja” and “How To Sing Like Your Favorite Artists”.
Jenna Marbles (Real name – Jenna Mourey) was one of the first channels that reached one billion views on YouTube. She has been featured in articles on ABC news and several video shorts that include guest appearances in ERB of History and in Annoying Orange episodes. If you don’t know how to trick people into thinking you’re good looking, then you will love this channel. It is estimated that Jenna Mourey has a networth between $500 thousand and 2 million dollars!
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Ray William Johnson is an American actor, comedian, producer, director, writer, and rapper. He is best known for the web series on his channel, Equals Three. He left the series in March 2014 but continues to produce it and other web series in the channel like Booze Lightyear, Comedians On, and Top 6. After all the years, this is still the top comedy channels on YouTube at present.
Created by Josh Abramson and Ricky Van Veen, CollegeHumor features daily original comedy videos created by its in-house writing and production team. Many of its staff also operate the website Dorkly, centering on video games and video game parodies in the vein of CollegeHumor.
Also called PVP, this YouTube channel was created by Jesse Wallens and his girlfriend Jeana Smith in 2007. They have another vlogging channel called BFvsGF which has more than 8 million subscribers!
FailArmy is owned by ChiWay Entertainment; a West Hollywood company which was stared in 2009 by Discovery Channel producer Jonathan Skogmo. If you’d like to kill some time and watch other people make a monkey out of themselves, this is the channel for you! All the videos featured on the channel are sourced from their huge fanbase.
BuzzFeed is one of the fastest-growing digital video publishers out there. Right from the beginning, Buzzfeed has not followed the traditional content distribution approach but has banked on a social sharing strategy. Well..it seems to have worked really well, hasn’t it?
Superwoman AKA Lilly Singh is a Toronto native of Indian descent. She joined YouTube in October 2010 and since then has taken the world of YouTube by storm. From comedy skits to inspirational videos, her videos touch upon a variety of topics.
Shane Dawson is known for his celebrity impersonations (such as Paris Hilton, Miley Cyrus, and Sarah Palin) and spoofs of popular music videos and television shows. His videos feature many recurring characters like Shananay, Ned the Nerd, Aunt Hilda etc. The multi-faceted Shane has tried his hands at music, movies, and writing. He released 6 singles in 2012, released a movie in 2014 and published a memoir in 2015!
10. Bart Baker
Bart Baker is a song parody writer and performer who uploaded his first video on YouTube in December 2006. Regarded as YouTube’s very own Weird Al” Yankovic, his parody video on Katy Perry’s hit single “Dark Horse” has been viewed more than 95 million times!
Toby refers to his fans as “the Audience” and has a dog named “Gryphon” (AKA Falcor) who frequently appears in his vlogs. His other channels such as TobyTurner and TobyGames focusses on vlogs and gaming.
This channel is founded by popular Hollywood celebrities Akiva Schaffer, Andy Samberg and Jorma Taccone. They started off by playing sketches at Saturday Night Live in their early days but now have three chart-topping studio albums and three movies on their credit.
13. Miranda Sings
Miranda Sings is an Internet character created by Colleen Ballinger Evans. The videos in the channel are about the talentless character Miranda Sings. She apparently got the idea for Miranda Sings after watching many bad singers attempt to get their big break on YouTube. This YouTube comedy channel is liked by thousands of youngsters.
The channel created by Rachel Levin in 2010 posts video blogs, comedy skits, and beauty/lifestyle videos. Originally from Philadelphia, she was a popular cheerleader in her high school.
Originally from Michigan, Steve Kardynal started out making funny YouTube videos of himself and produced Chatroulette videos where he sings pop songs while connecting with unsuspecting people. He has also produced a series called “Songs In Real Life” where people in different scenarios describe what is happening to them via singing.
This series is noted for its dark humor and sometimes surrealistic approach, as the cartoonists regularly make jokes on controversial topics including abortion, suicide, and AIDS.
This YouTube channel produces their videos in the hidden camera format, playing pranks on common people in different cities.
18. Bad Lip Reading
This channel is maintained by an anonymous creator who declines to identify himself but creates lip mimicry of famous movie scenes and music videos.
19. Comedy Central
This is the home to The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, Six Guys One Car, Inside Amy Schumer and South Park. The channel’s videos cover such a wide spectrum of humor, it’s hard to leave this channel without subscribing.
20. Rahat Hossain
Rahat Hossain’s YouTube channel posts prank videos with a hint of magic. His most popular video, titled “Drive Thru Invisible Driver Prank“, was uploaded on January 8, 2013, and has over 38 million views!
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