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The 15 Best YouTube Channels You Should Watch Next

Tina Sieber Updated 20-03-2019

Are you struggling to decide what to watch on YouTube? The sheer number of YouTube channels can cause decision paralysis and a case of FOMO. To help you out, we’ve compiled a list of the best YouTube channels you should watch next.

Compiling a list of “the best” YouTube channels is almost impossible. Which is why we’ve settled on a list of interesting YouTube channels worth watching. You might not like them all, but you should find something you’ll enjoy.

1. Tasty

This channel will make you drool. The snack-sized videos break down delicious dishes into the simple steps it takes to make them. You’ll want to dash into your kitchen and try these recipes. All of them.

Tasty also runs its own YouTube shows, including Tasty 101, Eating Your Feed, and Behind Tasty.

Subscribe to this channel if… you love food and easy recipes.

2. 5-Minute Magic

This fascinating YouTube channel will teach you simple magic tricks, illusions, and science experiments. Whether you need material for your kid’s next birthday party or want to impress your friends, this channel will set you up nicely.

Note that the videos are slightly longer than five minutes. You can easily spend an hour and more on this channel, studying new tricks.

Subscribe to this channel if… you love entertaining kids or just want to be the center of attention at a party.

3. The King of Random

This channel features random weekend projects, experiments, and life hacks. These DIY/mad science videos are professionally produced and range from useful to entertaining.

You’ll find tips for improving cell phone reception, a way to make self-freezing soda, and survival tips, like how to start a fire with a sandwich bag.

New videos drop at 5pm ET every Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.

Subscribe to this channel if… you find endless fascination in the randomness of life and can’t wait to try out new things.

4. LinusTechTips

This channel is a great place to learn about technology. Beginners should start with the As Fast As Possible playlist, which features short videos that explain basic technology and terms. For example, you can find out about TCP/IP, CPU Cache, or how fitness trackers work.

If you’re in the market for a new PC, the Build Guides, Buyer’s Guides, and Ultimate Guides playlists will show you what to look for and how to build your own PC.

Subscribe to this channel if… you enjoy fun and educational videos about technology.

5. Tech Geeks Try Stuff

This channel shows a bunch of geeks facing various challenges. In Season 1, they tried foods from around the world, including space food and sour candy. And in Season 2 they tried to solve tech trivia, while blind-testing soda, pizza, and ice cream brands.

Disclaimer: Tech Geeks Try Stuff is a MakeUseOf channel.

Subscribe to this channel if… you’re looking for a good laugh or want to feel closer to the team behind your favorite website.

6. Music TalentNow

At first glance, this channel looks amateurish. But when you realize that it’s accumulated over 4 billion views, you know this is a case of false first impressions.

Music TalentNow features short clips from various international TV shows, like American Idol or Britain’s Got Talent. If you don’t have the time or patience to sit through these shows, here’s a chance to catch only the best performances and see what everyone’s talking about.

Similar YouTube channels include Top Talent and X Factor Global.

Subscribe to this channel if… you want to stay on the pulse of popular TV culture without having to consume too much of it.

7. Chills

You won’t forget the monotone voice of this Canadian dude. Once you’ve watched the scariest things caught on dashcam, heard the scary dark web stories, and saw the mysterious giant creatures, it might even come back to haunt you in your sleep.

The majority of these YouTube videos, however, won’t keep you up at night (unless you can’t stop watching). They’re only mildly creepy and mostly entertaining.

The maker of Chills also narrates the Top15s videos, which are less scary, but equally worth watching.

Subscribe to this channel if… you’re strangely attracted to weird and creepy things to watch.

8. CrazyRussianHacker

For Taras Kulakov, “safety is number one priority”. The USSR born former Ukrainian Olympic swimmer, who now lives in Waynesville, North Carolina, explores everything from boiling Coke, testing military food, to dumping 30 pounds of dry ice into a pool.

Taras also shares life hacks and tests gadgets. The random mix creates a fun collection of YouTube videos that are definitely worth watching.

Subscribe to this channel if… you get a kick out of watching crazy experiments with a safe ending.

9. FailArmy

The laugh is always on the loser. And you will split your sides laughing while watching these epic fail videos.

Always remember that one day, you could be the star of a fail video, because this channel accepts fan submissions.

Subscribe to this channel if… you need a good laugh every once in a while.

10. People Are Awesome

On the bright side, failure is a result of trying. And trying hard, over and over again, can lead to great results. People are Awesome celebrates the achievements of ordinary people doing extraordinary things. Activities include extreme sports and simple exercises taken to the extreme.

Like FailArmy, this channel depends on material submitted by its viewers. If you have ever documented an amazing trick on video, this is your chance to share it with the world.

Subscribe to this channel if… you admire driven and creative people doing extreme sports.

11. TheRichest

Each video on this channel features a list of fun facts around a fascinating topic. That includes anything from stuff science can’t explain to common objects dirtier than your toilet. Can you find 10 videos you like on this channel?

To curb the randomness, dive into one of the playlists, which focus on unusual people, movies and TV, or creatures and animals.

Subscribe to this channel if… you love lists of fascinating facts.

12. Looper

Looper shines a light on the Easter eggs, interesting facts, and untold stories behind your favorite movies, TV shows, and games. You’ll learn what happened to Mr. T, how famous horror movie monsters look underneath their masks, and why they never made a sequel to Inception.

For someone with an interest in popular culture, this channel provides endless entertainment.

Subscribe to this channel if… you’re an entertainment buff and want to know more about popular films, shows, characters, and celebrities.

13. Amazing Space

Amazing Space is a YouTube channel dedicated to the infinite space beyond Earth’s atmosphere. Featured videos include live streams from the International Space Station, high-resolution videos of the Earth and the Sun, and a collection of time-lapse videos.

The material is sourced from NASA, the ESA (European Space Agency), and other exclusive sources.

Subscribe to this channel if… you are curious about our galaxy and appreciate breathtaking views of our planet floating in space.

And if this YouTube channel gets you in the mood to dive deeper into space, here are the best documentaries about the universe Watch This Space: 10 Must-See Documentaries About the Universe These are the best space documentaries to help you explore the universe from the comfort of your living room. Read More in which we all live.

14. The School of Life

This YouTube channel and real-life school for adults addresses the kinds of subjects many parents and schools neglect: philosophy, psychotherapy, literature, and art. Channel topics include relationships, work and capitalism, comedy, and pop culture.

You can stream individual videos on topics you’re interested in. Or you can follow a curated curriculum to graduate from the school of life as a fully educated adult.

Subscribe to this channel if… you feel like you’ve missed a couple of life lessons and would like to close that gap.

15. Veritasium

Every video on this channel contains an element of truth. Derek Muller answers intriguing questions and explores entertaining subjects through the lense of science. For example, do you know how chameleons change color, whether cell phones can cause brain tumors, or how welding in space works? You’ll find out on Veritasium.

Subscribe to this channel if… you’re fascinated by science and want to learn more about the wonders of our world.

For a list of similar channels, check out the best YouTube channels for science experiments.

What Are You Going to Watch on YouTube Next?

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  1. Phil Martins
    April 11, 2020 at 4:44 pm

    You need to watch The Gazza and Moaty Show. Funny UK Animation.

  2. Matt
    July 22, 2019 at 6:42 pm

    The Everyday Dude Podcast does an episode on their current top youtube channels, If you didn't like these channels, listen to the podcast and check out their top channels!

    • Matt
      July 22, 2019 at 6:44 pm

      You can listen to the everyday dude on spotify, apple podcast, stitcher, or any other podcast site. Look up, The Everday Dude Podcast.

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    June 19, 2019 at 6:41 pm

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    • How about no name?
      June 30, 2019 at 7:52 am

      Yeah i agree with that some of channels are clickbait or bad

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  11. Zhong
    April 8, 2019 at 9:57 pm

    You should probably add FirstWeFeast for some interviews in main culture at the same time testing their character.

  12. Tina
    February 28, 2019 at 2:56 am

    I’ll most likely check some of these recommendations out on YouTube, eventually... I'm more of a fan of true crime, especially unsolved murders etc... I've found a few little gems on YouTube, some of which still only have a couple hundred thousand subscribers or less. "Criminally Listed" is my absolute favourite of channels but the channel only posts 1 video a week but its content is well worth waiting for and all of their uploads I re-watch on a regular basis. This channel features the lesser known murders from various locations around the world, most are unsolved murder cases but not all. Another channel I like is "Scary Mysteries". Another is "LutchGreen" whose uploads are perhaps 65% narrated and subject matter is mostly disturbing photographs/images.

  13. Jason h
    January 24, 2018 at 11:46 am

    You left off The Flaherty Files - a must see if you care what's really happening regarding race relations in this nation.

  14. Danie
    December 4, 2017 at 1:39 pm

    Can't believe you missed banditrants. :l It's the most underrated channel ever created (esp since his vids are professional quality)

    • Tina Sieber
      December 5, 2017 at 9:26 pm

      Thank you for sharing! I'm sure there are tons of underrated channels. Can't cover them all.

  15. Bill
    November 30, 2017 at 4:08 pm

    Our Founding Liars is a great off the wall comedy channel that parodies conspiracy bloggers. Somehow manages to stay apolitical too

    • Tina Sieber
      November 30, 2017 at 7:18 pm

      Thank you for sharing, Bill!

  16. Bob
    August 13, 2017 at 6:02 pm

    Ewwww. Looper and the Richest? Seriously?! Some of the most unoriginal, generic content out there.

    • Tina Sieber
      August 13, 2017 at 7:15 pm

      What would you replace these with?

  17. manohar
    January 18, 2017 at 2:16 pm

    i think "Smarter Everyday" channel is a worthy contender here , amazing stuff and very nice explanation for common things that we do not notice in everyday life.

  18. bob
    August 22, 2009 at 2:56 pm

    tina: what about fexiron007?

  19. pandi merdeka
    April 18, 2009 at 10:58 pm

    :( gidovgent is also suspended... i really like his channel :(

  20. Daniel
    March 16, 2009 at 10:14 am

    how did u miss this one - http://www.youtube.com/user/gigafide?

  21. Tim
    March 12, 2009 at 7:05 am

    What about Fred?

  22. alfred
    March 11, 2009 at 10:18 pm

    There are also a lot of googletechtalks available at: http://www.youtube.com/user/googletechtalks

  23. Aibek
    March 11, 2009 at 6:14 am

    Hey Tina

    How about HotForWords? Heard of it? I used to really like that one.

    • Tina
      March 11, 2009 at 8:55 am

      Yes, I've heard of it, it went through all the popular news a short while ago.

      Marina is a sexy Russian philologist explaining the origin of various words.

      Here's the link for anyone interested:

  24. housetier
    March 10, 2009 at 4:49 pm

    One of our members has recently opened a channel on youtube, showing off things that happen on our space station.

    c-base is one of the oldest hacker spaces in the world, and certainly the most remarkable, amazing and just mind-blowing great place!

    I think it wins on uniqueness ;)

    • Tina
      March 11, 2009 at 3:06 am

      Thanks for sharing! And I'll see you guys in a couple of days at the MOAW. :)

  25. E
    March 10, 2009 at 12:54 pm

    YouTube says that the MyDocumentaries has been suspended...

    • Tina
      March 10, 2009 at 1:14 pm

      True. I wrote this post three days ago. Too bad.

      Here's an alternative channel for British documentaries that at least contains that hilarious "Are you 100% English" series