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Top 10 Most Bingeable YouTube Channels

VO: Phoebe de Jeu WRITTEN BY: Nathan Sharp
These channels are what make YouTube so damn addictive. For this list, we’ll be looking at popular YouTube channels with the most high-quality, binge-worthy content. WatchMojo counts down the Top 10 Most Bingeable YouTube Channels.
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Top 10 Most Bingeable YouTube Channels


These channels are what make YouTube so damn addictive. Welcome to WatchMojo, and today we’re counting down our picks for the top 10 most bingeable YouTube channels.

For this list, we’ll be looking at popular YouTube channels with the most high-quality, binge-worthy content. Although we’d like to think our content is extremely bingeable, we’ll be excluding ourselves - obviously.

#10: How To Make Everything

Have you wondered how to turn volcanic rock into a blade? Or how to make your own camera? Or better yet, how to fashion your own formal suit from scratch? Well, maybe not, if you’re at all curious, then you need to check out How To Make Everything. Not only does this channel teach you how to build various everyday items, they also create educational videos and perform wacky experiments - like casting a sword from pennies. The channel is relatively new, having only launched three years ago, but it’s racked up over a million subscribers thanks to its unique blend of educational content and imaginative fun.

#9: Daily Dose Of Internet

Daily Dose Of Internet is a compilation channel that aggregates various interesting videos from around the net. Even though there are literally hundreds, and maybe even thousands, of compilation channels out there, Daily Dose Of Internet stands out, with videos regularly racking up millions of views. Perhaps the success comes from its accessibility, as each video is only three minutes long. But creator Jason Gryniewicz also has a fine eye for quality, leaving out the random fluff and only curating clips that are engrossing and worth watching. It’s a one-stop shop for all the weirdest, funniest, and most fascinating content on the net.

#8: First We Feast

First We Feast do a variety of videos, such as Food Skills and That’s Odd. But their most popular series is definitely Hot Ones. Hot Ones sees host Sean Evans interview various celebrities, from A-list movie stars to platinum-selling musicians to YouTube icons. The twist is that they eat increasingly-hot wings throughout the duration of the interview, and by the end, become blubbering messes that can barely speak. Not only does it put a unique twist on the interview-style show, but Sean’s questions are interesting and personal, making the celebrities seem like people rather than stars promoting a product. And seeing them lose their minds over spicy chicken wings is . . . just funny.

#7: jacksepticeye

It takes a strong personality to stand out in gaming videos on YouTube. It seems as if everyone and their mothers want to be a YouTube gamer or Twitch streamer, which has resulted in a ridiculously overcrowded market. Jacksepticeye is just that strong personality, however. This once green-haired man is high energy, hilarious, and entertaining - making the host himself just as engaging as the games he plays. And speaking of games, Jack plays them all, from indie titles to AAA blockbusters, ensuring that there’s something here for every gamer. Come for the games, stay for the manic host.

#6: The Slow Mo Guys

The Slow Mo Guys consists of friends Daniel Gruchy and Rooster Teeth’s Gavin Free as they film various stunts and experiments in Gavin’s backyard. They then take this footage and significantly slow it down using a specialized Phantom camera to give us incredible and mind boggling 4K footage. Most of the videos consist of silly backyard antics, but there are also higher-budget productions like the Super Slow Show and Planet Slow Mo series. But it’s not just the captivating footage that makes these videos so entertaining. Gavin and Dan are also entertaining and informative duo, as they deftly mix friendly shenanigans with step-by-step explanations regarding their complex work. It’s fascinating stuff.

#5: The Game Theorists

The Game Theorists host a few different segments, but the most popular is MatPat’s Game Theory, a show that explores various theories behind certain video games. For example, the mostpopular video on the channel concerns a “clue” that “solves” “Five Nights at Freddy’s.” Another popular video sees him exploring the theory that Link is actually dead in “Majora’s Mask.” The videos are entertaining thanks to MatPat’s inviting personality and rapid style of delivery, and some of the more outlandish theories are weirdly convincing. If video games aren’t your thing, you can check out their also fantastic sister channel, The Film Theorists.

#4: Markiplier

Markiplier is one of the most popular YouTube gamers in the business. Not only has he amassed over 20 million subscribers, but he also appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”. In the segment, he tried to persuade Jimmy that watching people play video games is not a waste of time - an opinion that Jimmy received a lot of ire for. Mark primarily plays horror games, but also dabbles in mainstream titles like “Red Dead Redemption II.” He’s also branched off from gaming and periodically films himself doing Reddit 50/50 and Try Not to Laugh challenges, both of which add nice variety to his channel.

#3: Good Mythical Morning

Rhett and Link are OG content creators. They’ve been here from the beginning and quickly made a name for themselves with their creative videos and humorous songs, but their focus eventually shifted to their daily “talk” show, Good Mythical Morning. While GMM started as an intimate look into their personal lives, it’s now a full-blown and high-budget production. The videos cover a broad spectrum of subjects, from weird experiments and challenges to eating disgusting foods. But despite the scattershot approach, each video is well-produced and highly entertaining thanks to the amiable personalities of Rhett and Link.

#2: PewDiePie

PewDiePie is the undisputed king of YouTube. While he was once known for his gaming content, Pewds has since branched out and now does a little bit of everything. He still updates the occasional gaming video, but also updates viewers on internet gossip and news, and hosts meme-themed shows Meme Review and LWIAY. He also does the odd Reddit-related video, where he peruses the top posts of various subreddits. But regardless of the subject matter, Pew approaches it with intelligence and wit, and his editor, Brad, helps enliven the proceedings with some engaging and often hilarious edits.

Before we unveil our top pick, here are a few honorable mentions.

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TeamFourStar

GameGrumps

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#1: TheOdd1sOut

There aren’t many animators on YouTube, but James Rallison, aka TheOdd1sOut, more than makes up it. Serving as part of the Animation Squad, TheOdd1sOut uses animation to provide opinions and tell funny personal stories. His most popular videos concern his time working at Subway, but they span a wide range of topics, including teachers, getting wrong number calls, and the pain of buying new clothes. He has a penchant for storytelling, relating every anecdote, no matter how mundane, in an enjoyable and hilarious fashion. The accompanying visuals add to the narrative and humor - making the channel addictively bingeable.
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