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Make it three #1s in a row for America’s favorite nursery rhyme channel.

Even though that channel lost 8% of its viewership week-over-week, it retained its status as the most-watched U.S.-based YouTube channel.  It was the only such channel to get at least 500 million views this week.

Chart Toppers

If you tune into our chart posts, you know that I’m talking about Cocomelon – Nursery Rhymes. The omnipresent children’s brand continues to keep the cogs of its content machine turning. This week it posted three new animations to its primary YouTube channel, which hauled in 504.3 million weekly views during that period. Oh, and all of those new videos already have millions of views.

There’s no shame in finishing second behind Cocomelon, and this week, that honor goes to Kids Diana Show. The Florida-based family vlog has accrued strong viewership through 2022, and it kept its big year going by racking up 468.3 million weekly views in our latest count. With those gains added on, Kids Diana Show now has more than 73 billion lifetime views — third-best among all channels in the U.S. Top 50.

The third-place prize in the U.S. Top 50 goes to That Little Puff. By combining fluffy little kitty paws with even fluffier pancakes, the TikTok-derived cooking show has become the highest-ranking YouTube Shorts channel in this chart. Over the past seven days, Puff and co. picked up 323.4 million weekly views and rose two spots as a result.

The last channel other than Cocomelon to occupy the top spot in this chart was Like Nastya, but in our latest ranking of U.S.-based channels, eight-year-old Nastya and her family slipped all the way to fourth. That doesn’t mean the family vlog’s viewership is anything to sneeze at. On the contrary, it still recorded 279.3 million weekly views, which allowed its lifetime viewership to stay just ahead of Kids Diana Show’s.

LankyBox rounds out this week’s U.S. top five. The gaming channel, which has found 16.9 million devoted subscribers on YouTube, registered 269.3 million weekly views during the week that was.

Top Gainers

On TikTok and YouTube Shorts, creators like Nick DiGiovanni have used snappy, lightning-quick editing to revolutionize the cooking video. Another practitioner of that style (and an occasional collaborator of DiGiovanni’s) is Max the Meat Guy. Don’t be fooled — there’s more to this meat guy than meets the eye.

Sure, Max has plenty of videos in which he shows off his top-tier butchery skills. But for each one of those gourmet creations, there’s another one that references a well-known meme. His recollection of the time he was kicked out a Wendy’s parking lot manages to combine the highbrow with the lowbrow. Maybe that’s why it’s been watched more than 47 million times.

Max’s most-recent week on YouTube Shorts was also his best. He got 72.8 million weekly views in mid-April, which allowed him the crack the U.S. Top 50 in 48th place. Keep in mind that he ranked 102nd one week earlier. In addition to raising his viewership by 67% week-over-week, he also surpassed two million subscribers. Now those are some medium-rare achievements.

So what’s next for Max? Lately, he’s been collaborating with meat maestro Guga Foods, so be sure to check out those videos if you’re into his channel.

Channel Distribution

This week, there are 25 YouTube Shorts channels in the U.S. Top 50.


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