The BEST YouTube Shows
The top 50 shows on YouTube
#1 - Hot Ones
The show with hot questions and even hotter wings. Watch Sean interview celebrities such as T.J. Miller, Tommy Chong, and DJ Khaled as they burn their tastebuds.
#2 - Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles
In an alternative history Zod is Superman's father, Batman is a vampiric Man-Bat, and Wonder Woman is the child of Ares, God of War. When these dark heroes form an alliance, the question everyone asks is will they save the world, or rule it?
#3 - Game Grumps
Game Grumps is a Shorty Award Let's Play webseries created on July 10, 2012, by comedic game critic Jon Jafari and animator Arin Hanson. Jafari left the show in June of 2013 to focus on his primary Youtube channel, JonTronShow. He was replaced by comedy musician Leigh Daniel Avidan, also known as "Danny Sexbang", from the musical comedy duo Ninja Sex Party. The channel also expanded to include new hosts: animator Ross O'Donovan, series editor Barry Nathan Kramer, and Suzy Berhow, Hanson's wife, in spin-offs along with editor Kevin Abernathy. Jafari and Hanson have said they were inspired to make the show after seeing episodes of James Rolfe's video game webseries The Angry Video Game Nerd. Game Grumps is a part of Polaris, a network owned by Maker Studios.
#4 - Zero Punctuation
Zero Punctuation is The Escapist's groundbreaking video review series starring Ben "Yahtzee" Croshaw. Every Wednesday Zero Punctuation picks apart the games so you don't have to. Called "hilariously cutting ... first legitimate breakout hit from the gaming community in recent memory" by Boing Boing, see why gamers love it and developers fear it.
#5 - TED Talks
TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading. It started out (in 1984) as a conference bringing together people from three worlds: Technology, Entertainment, Design. TEDTalks began as a simple attempt to share what happens at TED with the world. Under the moniker "ideas worth spreading," talks were released online. They rapidly attracted a global audience in the millions. Indeed, the reaction was so enthusiastic that the entire TED website has been reengineered around TEDTalks, with the goal of giving everyone on-demand access to the world's most inspiring voices. [TED-Ed and TEDx are separate TVDB series and should NOT be listed here.]
#6 - Attic Gamer
A series of bad retro-games tests, directed by the Joueur du Grenier (Frédéric Molas) and his friend Seb (Sébastien Rassiat) inspired by The Angry Video Game Nerd videos.
#7 - Dragon Ball Absalon
The series begins twelve years after Goku is seen leaving on Shenron not at the end of Dragon Ball GT, and diverges entirely into its own plot from there, on an alternate timeline from the one which shows Goku Jr. fighting Vegeta Jr. at the World Martial Arts Tournament. In this series, Majuub has reached new levels of power, and has honed the techniques taught to him by Goku. We also see Gotenks finally mature, and Vegeta more powerful than ever.Each character will bring forth their own set of capabilities and purpose, winning fights and being relevant, in order to create an environment that emphasizes teamwork as well as individual worth for each character. In this series, the main set of villains are Saiyans, with abilities highly similar to the Saiyans that we are familiar with. These new Saiyans are more powerful than any threat the Z Fighters have ever faced, but after twelve years of intensive training, our heroes will not be easily defeated
#8 - Half in the Bag
Mike Stoklasa and Jay Bauman discuss recent movie releases while milking senile Mr. Plinkett on a VCR repair job.
#9 - UNHhhh
RuPaul's Drag Race season 7 queens Katya Zamolodchikova and Trixie Mattel in 'UNHhhh.' It's a show about nothing, and yet it's about everything.
#10 - Cyanide & Happiness Shorts
Cyanide and Happiness is a daily webcomic on www.explosm.net that was created by Rob DenBleyker, Kris Wilson, Dave McElfatrick and Matt Melvin in 2005.
#11 - Best of the Worst
Mike, Jay, Rich and the rest of the Red Letter Media crew brave some of the worst movies ever created by man and then pick the best of the worst.
#12 - Good Mythical Morning
Two "Internetainers" (Rhett & Link) go far out and do the weirdest things, giving you a daily dose of casual comedy every Monday-Friday.
#13 - Simon's Cat
A constantly hungry domestic cat adopts different tactics to get fed by its owner.
#14 - Taskmaster
Greg Davies is the Taskmaster, and with the help of his ever-loyal assistant Alex Horne, he will set out to test the wiles, wit, wisdom and skills of five celebrity contestants. At the end of the series, who will be crowned the Taskmaster champion?
#15 - Bad Living
In the fictional neighborhood of "Los Banderilleros," near the Spanish city of Seville, a group of friends are stuck their everyday "bad lives."
#16 - Mystery Science Theater 3000
In the not-too-distant future Joel Robinson is held captive by Dr. Forrester and TV's Frank, forced to watch B-Grade movies on the Satellite of Love with the help of his robot friends: Cambot, Gypsy, Tom Servo and Crow T. Robot.
#17 - Emma Approved
Emma Approved is a modernized adaptation of Emma, a novel by Jane Austen. It is a Pemberley Digital Project, a company founded by Hank Green and Bernie Su. Emma Approved is developed by Bernie Su.
#18 - Battlefield Friends
Hank and Jed present an animated comedy series about Battlefield 3.
#19 - The Joy of Painting
Artist Bob Ross takes you to his magical world of happy trees and teaches the laymen step by step how to create wonderful works of art using his trademark wet-on-wet technique.
#20 - JonTron
The ongoing adventures of JonTron, as he takes it upon himself to review games of all kinds (and some movies), under the watchful eye of his friend and overlord, the cyborg bird, Jacques.
#21 - Angry Video Game Nerd
The titular Nerd character is an ill-tempered and foul-mouthed video game fanatic. He derives comic appeal from excessive and inventive use of profanity, frequent displays of explicit gestures, and heavy consumption of beer, particularly Rolling Rock or Yuengling, to "soothe the pain". A particular characteristic is his favorable comparison of extremely repulsive and painful, usually firmly scatological, acts to playing the games he reviews. Varying amounts of physical comedy are mixed into the verbal abuse.
#22 - Marble Hornets
When a film student decides to look through the tapes of a canceled project one of his friends had directed, he discovers that the crew had been stalked by a paranormal entity known as the Operator.
#23 - How It Should Have Ended
A look back at how things would have been if your favorite movies had ended just a little differently.
#25 - Marvel Funko Shorts
In 2016, Marvel and Funko collaborated to create the first-ever Funko animated shorts. Each of the shorts featured some of Marvel’s most popular superheroes and villains, including Spider-Man, Iron Man, Loki, Rocket, Groot, the Collector, Deadpool and Venom.
#26 - The Vault
The year is 2016. TV sucks. Ratings - at least at one major network - are at an all-time low. Desperate to save their jobs, the executives make an unprecedented decision: It's time to pull the plug. On everything. All programming must go. But what will replace it? Enter "The Vault," the greatest reality television competition in history... Or at least that's how they're selling it. A 24/7 game show that offers more questions than answers. The contestants, college students chosen from all over the country, will have 7 days to uncover its secrets and win a multi-million dollar prize. But once they're locked inside, they'll discover a game that's bigger and stranger than they could have ever imagined.
#27 - Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Abridged Series
As the name suggests, Yu-Gi-Oh: The Abridged Series is a dramatically shortened down version of the original series, cutting each episode down from its original twenty minutes. This includes episodes in two or more parts. All characters in the series are voiced by LittleKuriboh, even the female ones, adding to the comical effect of the parody.
#28 - Mr. Show
Mr. Show was the insanely funny, critically loved but HBO-loathed sketch comedy that ran on the channel for 4 years from 1995-1998. The show was created, executive produced, written and starred comics/writers Bob Odenkirk and David Cross. The show also starred Tom Kenny, Jill Talley and John Ennis. Featured performers/writers included Paul F. Tompkins, Jerry Minor, B.J. Porter, Scott Aukerman, Brian Posehn, and Jay Johnston. Featured performers included Mary-Lynn Rajskub, Brett Paesal, and Sarah Silverman. The show has spawned a movie based on popular character Ronnie Dobbs in Run Ronnie Run. Bob's wife, Naomi Odenkirk, has compiled everything you could ever want to know about the show in her wonderful book, Mr. Show: What Happened.
#29 - DC Super Hero Girls: Super Hero High
At Super Hero High School well-known DC heroes attend classes and deal with all the awkwardness of growing up (with the added stress of having superpowers).
#30 - Survivorman
No food, no shelter, no fresh water, no tools ... no camera crew. One man - alone in the wilderness for seven days with only his wits and stamina to sustain him.
#31 - Girls' Last Tour
Amid the desolate remains of a once-thriving city, only the rumbling of a motorbike breaks the cold winter silence. Its riders, Chito and Yuuri, are the last survivors in the war-torn city. Scavenging old military sites for food and parts, the two girls explore the wastelands and speculate about the old world to pass the time. Chito and Yuuri each occasionally struggle with the looming solitude, but when they have each other, sharing the weight of being two of the last humans becomes a bit more bearable. Between Yuuri's clumsy excitement and Chito's calm composure, their dark days get a little brighter with shooting practice, new books, and snowball fights on the frozen battlefield. Among a scenery of barren landscapes and deserted buildings, it is an uplifting tale of two girls and their quest to find hope in a bleak and dying world.
#32 - BuzzFeed Unsolved
BuzzFeed’s hit docuseries follows conspiracy theory enthusiast and paranormal pundit Ryan as he deep-dives into the mysteries surrounding the most notorious paranormal cases and unsolved crimes in history, in order to convince his dubious friend Shane that sometimes, the evidence isn’t always as it seems.
#33 - Hello, Stranger (2020)
What if you meet someone who changes your life forever? This is a story about two boys who first met online as strangers who didn't seem to like each other very much but were again brought together by circumstances that would change their lives forever. When Mico organizes an online quiz night with his barkada, he is surprised when the school's popular basketball player, Xavier, joins in and insults them. Little does Mico know that this won't be the last time he'll be seeing Xavier.
#34 - Girls In The House
Honey, Duny and Alex are three girls who run a hotel and experience the craziest things.
#35 - Carmilla
Small town girl Laura Hollis has just finally moved out to go to Silas University. When her missing roommate is replaced without explanation, Laura vows to find out what is happening on campus while she deals with her new roomy... a vampire. Based on the J. Sheridan Le Fanu novella.
#36 - Don't Hug Me I'm Scared
Each episode revolves around Yellow Guy, Red Guy and Bird Guy meeting one or several anthropomorphic teacher characters, who begin a musical number related to a basic concept of day-to-day life with a happy upbeat melody similar to that of a nursery rhyme. As the song progresses, it becomes more and more apparent that the episode's "teacher" character is subtly trying to condition the main characters to share their own opinions and beliefs about the subject, to humorous effect. The climax of each episode usually involves a shock element with heavy use of gore imagery.
#37 - Pokémon Generations
Pokémon Generations revisits each generation of the Pokémon video game series to shed new light on some timeless moments. From the earliest days in the Kanto region to the splendor of the Kalos region, go behind the scenes and witness Pokémon history with new eyes!
#38 - W1A
From the creators of Twenty Twelve, Ian Fletcher, former the Head of the Olympic Deliverance Commission, has taken up the position of Head of Values at the BBC. His tasks include the licence fee renegotiation and charter renewal in 2016 and 2017 respectively.
#39 - o resto da tua vida
A documentary about João André, a former actor in Morangos com Açúcar who now delivers pizzas.
#40 - The Melancholy of Haruhi-chan Suzumiya
A comical spin-off of the ever popular "Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya" television series originally aired back in 2006. It involves all the major characters in a more child-like forms of their animated selves going through various spoofs of previous plot lines. Examples include Nagato and the dreaded laptop with a twist of having hentai on it, face offs with the rack of costumes that were stuffed in the corner of the club room and dodge ball tournaments on crack.
#41 - Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World-
Shortly after being summoned to a new world, Subaru Natsuki and his new female companion are brutally murdered. But then he awakes to find himself in the same alley, with the same thugs, the same girl, and the day begins to repeat.
#42 - The Visitor from the Future
The Visitor from the Future is a cross-media series that combines comedy and science fiction. Since its launch in April 2009, it was viewed 5 million times on the French web and was aired on the TV channel NOLIFE.
#43 - Mr. Bean
Mr. Bean is a comedy show about a man whose whole life is one funny situation after another. He hardly talks, but words are not needed. Everything he does is funny. From playing golf, going to the dentist, and going to church. Mr. Bean is a grown man, but he acts like a child. He has a stuffed bear named Teddy that he carries around with him all the time. This show is full of laugh after laugh!
#44 - The Game Chasers
Billy and Jay search the great state of Texas for classic games. Whether it is garage sales, flee markets, classic game stores, or under a rock......if it is retro we will find it.
#45 - Epic Rap Battles of History
Epic Rap Battles of History, officially shortened to ERB or ERBoH, is a YouTube video series created by Peter Shukoff (a.k.a. Nice Peter) and Lloyd Ahlquist (a.k.a. EpicLLOYD). The series pits famous historical and pop culture figures, either fictional or otherwise, against one another in a rap battle format.
#46 - Real Time with Bill Maher
Each week Bill Maher surrounds himself with a panel of guests which include politicians, actors, comedians, musicians and the like to discuss what's going on in the world.
#47 - Cobra Kai
Decades after the tournament that changed their lives, the rivalry between Johnny and Daniel reignites in this sequel to the "Karate Kid" films. More than 30 years ago, one of them took second place. This time, he wants to win — and he's got nothing left to lose.
#48 - The Guild
The Guild is a independent sitcom web series about a group of online gamers. It is written for gamers, about gamers by a gamer. Episodes vary from 3-6 minutes in length, and follow the Guild members’ lives online and offline.
#49 - Video Game High School
It's the near future: You're dead. Your kids are probably dead. Your grandkids (if they're alive) are playing video games. Why? Because professional gaming is the biggest sport on earth. Around the world, millions of players duke it out in fighters, RTS’s, First Person Shooters and more. To the victors go the spoils: glory, clan contracts and million dollar endorsements. The best young gamers are recruited by elite boarding schools to sharpen their skills. The best of the best go to VGHS: VIDEO GAME HIGH SCHOOL.
#50 - Schitt's Creek
Formerly filthy rich video store magnate Johnny Rose, his soap star wife Moira, and their two kids, über-hipster son David and socialite daughter Alexis, suddenly find themselves broke. With nothing left, the family is forced to relocate to Schitt's Creek, a small, depressing town they once bought as a joke.