T-Series, an Indian Bollywood music channel, presently has the most subscribers on YouTube (234 million), surpassing Cocomelon, a kids video channel (152 million). Here’s a list of YouTube channels with highest number of subscribers in 2023.
According to Statista’s Kathraina Buchholz, T-Series and (PewDiePie 111 million subscribers) engaged in a tough competition for YouTube’s top spot in 2018, which propelled the Bollywood channel to greater heights.
PewDiePie, real name Felix Kjellberg, has since succumbed to the huge popularity of Indian film soundtracks, sliding to fifth place behind fellow YouTuber MrBeast and yet another Indian channel, SET India by Sony Entertainment.
Prior to 2018, PewDiePie had the most subscribers on YouTube (excluding YouTube’s own channels) for five years. When the Indian channel was on the verge of taking the top place, Kjellberg and his YouTuber pals fought to protect it by releasing the novelty diss track Bitch Lasagna about T-Series and purchasing costly tickets at the 2019 Super Bowl to display messages urging people to subscribe. Indian YouTubers jumped on board and responded with their own music, urging fans to follow the T-Series account instead, a strategy that ultimately worked.
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Until early 2020, music and entertainment services dominated the ranks of the most-followed YouTube channels. More kids entertainment channels have emerged since then, possibly as a result of coronavirus-induced demand from parents caring for their children at home during school and daycare closures.