Top Ten Dying YouTube Channels

YouTube channels are like humans, they live, they die, and they are soon forgotten.
The Top Ten
1 Tobuscus

Childhood be like

2 Ray William Johnson Ray William Johnson is an American actor, comedian, producer, director, writer and rapper, who is perhaps best known for his YouTube channel, Ray William Johnson, and his web series on that channel, Equals Three.
3 Fred

He started as the most popular channel on YouTube and the first one to hit one million subscribers, now his channel got taken over by a bunch of Asian kids and there has been no activity on his channel as of late whatsoever. Definitely deserves number one because of how popular he used to be.

It's already dead, so this should be 1.

Never was really funny

He's been dead since 2014.

4 LeafyIsHere Calvin Lee Vail (born August 18, 1995), known online as LeafyIsHere or simply Leafy, is an American former YouTuber and former Twitch streamer who, from the years 2011 to 2017, and 2020, made reaction, drama, and gaming videos, but is mostly known for commentary.
5 Annoying Orange

You are funny orange

6 Epic Meal Time
7 Smosh Smosh is an American sketch comedy YouTube channel created by Ian Andrew Hecox and Daniel Anthony Padilla. Anthony Padilla created a website called smosh.com in 2002. He was later joined by his friend Ian Hecox.

You may not like it (I certainly hate this channel) or think his time has passed, but that doesn't mean it's dead or dying. He's still pulling the views to make around 2 million a year. If that's a dying channel, I'll take that every time.

It's not dying much

8 Machinima Machinima, Inc. was a U.S.-based multiplatform online entertainment network owned by WarnerMedia. The company was founded in January 2000 by Hugh Hancock and was headquartered in Los Angeles, California.It originated as a hub for its namesake, machinima, which uses and manipulates video-game technology to create animation, as well as featuring articles on machinima and content about film and technology.

Deleted their channel.

9 T-Series Super Cassettes Industries Private Limited, doing business as T-Series, is an Indian music record label and film production company founded by Gulshan Kumar on 11 July 1983. It is primarily known for Bollywood music soundtracks and Indi-pop music. As of 2014, T-Series is India's largest music record label, with up to a 35% share of the Indian music market, followed by Sony Music India and Zee Music. T-Series also owns and operates the most-viewed and the most-subscribed YouTube channel, with 219 million subscribers and 194.9 billion total views as of 30 Jun 2022. While best known as a music label, T-Series has also had some moderate success as a film production company.

The unneeded channel

They use sub bots and I don't even care bout their bollywood music and shows

10 Watchmojo WatchMojo.com is a Canadian-based privately held video content producer, publisher, and syndicator. With nearly 10 billion all-time video views and 16 million subscribers, WatchMojo has one of the largest channels on YouTube.
The Contenders
11 Sam Pepper Samuel Pepper (born 26 March 1989) is a British internet personality, prankster, TikToker and former YouTuber. He created his YouTube channel in 2010, which has accumulated over 2 million subscribers and 55 million video views as of October 2020. No new content has been uploaded to his channel since March of 2017.
12 RiceGum Bryan Quang Le (born November 19, 1996), better known as RiceGum, is an American YouTuber and rapper, best known for his diss tracks and online feuds with other YouTube personalities. Since creating his YouTube channel, his channel has received over ten million subscribers and over two billion video views.
13 Onision Gregory James Daniel (born November 11, 1985), is a controversial American YouTuber. His primary YouTube channel, "Onision", featured sketches and satirical clips; videos posted to his other channels focus on personal stories covering controversial topics as well as discussion with his viewers. His online content has attracted controversy and criticism from online media outlets and viewers alike, as well as many allegations of misconduct in his private life.

He's getting around only 100000 views on all of his channels and he has about 1-2 million subs on all of his channels. Lol what a baby, crying over losing views, subs, and money. He did make a video about his channel dying which brings happiness to me because he's a big jerk. The Donald Trump of YouTube.

He pretty much has to start drama or get involved in it in order to stay relevant

14 Tyler Oakley Mathew Tyler Oakley, known as Tyler Oakley, is an American YouTube and podcast personality, humorist, author and activist.
15 PewDiePie Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg (born October 24, 1989), better known by his online alias PewDiePie, is a Swedish web-based comedian video producer, and commentary channel. He is best known for his Let's Play commentaries and Vlogs on YouTube. He is known for being the most subscribed-to YouTuber on the website, even though T-Series is about to surpass him, earning over 90 million subscribers. As of March 2019, PewDiePie has over 91 million subscribers. ...read more.
16 DanTDM Daniel Robert Middleton (born 8 November 1991), better known online as DanTDM (formerly TheDiamondMinecart), is a British YouTuber and gamer known for his video game commentaries. His online video channels have covered many video games including Minecraft, Roblox and Pokémon.
17 Pyrocynical

He's not a dying channel he is still getting a good amount a subs and views a month. Why is he on here?

Why is pyro here, he is one of the most subscribed commentary channels in the uk and regularly pulls over 10 million views on videos

18 Pink Sheep

As of Jan 31 2019 Pink Sheep has been only getting around 50k views a video. That isn't really good for a channel with 1.5 million subscribers. And he's been getting 9k subscribers a month and 2m views. His channel is about to die.

He is definitely dying. A video he posted almost 3 months ago only has 45,000 views. As of August 13 2019 he is only gaining 5,200 subs a month and only 1.52 million views a month.

Thank god I grew up.

19 NigaHiga Ryan Higa, born June 6, 1990, best known as his YouTube username nigahiga, is an American comedian, YouTube personality, and actor. He's best known for his comedy videos, which have been viewed over 3 billion times. His channel was once the most subscribed on YouTube from 2009-2011, longer than any other channel, besides PewDiePie. As of now, he has over 20 million subscribers.
20 CaseyNeistat
21 EvanTubeHD Evan Moana, better known online as EvanTubeHD, is an American YouTuber who showcases toys and gadgets on this channel, as well as doing challenges and science experiments.
22 CaptainSparklez

He is not a dining channel.

23 Zoella Zoe Elizabeth Sugg is an English YouTuber, vlogger, businesswoman and author. She is also known by her YouTube username, Zoella.

She scammed her fans and has gotten herself in a lot of other drama. Ever since, her channel has lost subscribers and views. Her content is also very repetitive and most people have just grown out of her channel

24 Shane Dawson Shane Lee Yaw (born July 19, 1988), known professionally as Shane Dawson, is an American YouTuber, writer, comedian, actor, director, musician, and media personality who began making Youtube videos in 2008. He became one of the first people to rise to fame on the video-sharing platform YouTube.
25 Projared

Sayonara, Jared. You had a good run, well, relatively.

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