Catch Up On The News, Laugh Your Ass Off And More!
There are tons of YouTube channels out there and we’ve sifted through most of them. Skip the boring stuff and subscribe to ALL of our picks for the Funniest and Most Interesting YouTube Channels to subscribe to. You can thank us later for the hours of binge-watching you’ll certainly be doing!
Some More News
Some More News is dismantling problematic media giants one network at a time. Cody Johnston hosts this witty take on a news segment with sarcasm and smarts. Johnston goes after popular media personalities such as Ben Shapiro, Tucker Carlson and even takes on liberal media outlets.
Some More News is hilarious, eye-opening and able to get away with exposing the industry because he works for himself! It’s easily made its way to the top of my list when it comes to YouTube and I anticipate every upload just to see who he roasts next.
Bright Insight is the kind of channel I would make if I had the time, motivation and skill. Jimmy, the host of Bright Insight, meticulously researches and presents topics like UFOs, ancient civilizations, conspiracies and more. He’s so good at what he does, you’ll go crazy trying to figure out why this information isn’t widely known in the first place.
In case you needed proof … Jimmy may have discovered where the Lost City of Atlantis used to be. Yes, you read that right. Feel free to check out our other favorite Paranormal Youtube Channels also.
Tiny Meat Gang
Tiny Meat Gang is a bundle pick. This podcast is hosted by Cody Ko and Noel Miller, two former Vine stars. Both have gone on to have successful YouTube careers of their own, but they teamed up for Tiny Meat Gang. A lot of TMG’s appeal comes from the fact Cody and Noel are well aware they are aging out of the industry — they’re 29 and 31 respectively.
The funny duo are comedic rappers and even sometimes release music. Just a heads up, their podcast is not for the easily-offended. Besides funny takes on pop culture, they joke about raunchy stuff that’ll leave you howling with laughter.
Cody and Noel also host another YouTube series called That’s Cringe. This popular series takes a look at extremely cringe-worthy content from the internet, and reacting in disbelief. The only downside? You’ll wish there were more episodes.
Criminally Listed is perfect for all you true crime junkies out there. Spend your nights watching endless compilations of true crimes that range from fascinating to down right horrifying. Some are solved cases, some are ongoing manhunts, but they’re all worth binging. Check out our other favorite True Crime YouTube Channels while you’re at it.
Podcast But Outside
Podcast But Outside is made for everyone who loves people-watching. The idea behind this podcast is simple — Andrew Michaan and Cole Hersch set up a table on a random Los Angeles sidewalk … and talk to pedestrians. They encounter every type of person out there, some are funny and some are extremely opinionated.
What makes PBO so charming is their guests are just normal, everyday people, but they ALL have fascinating stories. If there’s one YouTube channel on this list you’ll get addicted to, it’s this one.
Scary Mysteries is another true crime YouTube channel that also deals with some paranormal cases. What makes this channel stand out is it tries really hard to cover stories that the other channels tend to miss. Not only is the content engaging, it’s presented in a non-boring way that’ll leave you interested throughout the videos.
The Cosmonaut Variety Hour
Cosmonaut Variety Hour is where I go for my straight-forward, no nonsense movie reviews. It’s funny, gets to the point and expresses opinions we can relate to as viewers.
They do a feature called the Cosmonaut Picture Show in which you watch them react to an absurd/popular movie. These will leave you laughing out loud like no other!
Ever wonder whatever happened to Buzzfeed Unsolved? Ryan Bergara and Shane Madej left to start their own channel! Watcher covers everything we grew to love from Unsolved, plus a lot more. They do a weekly show, and several features along with Steven Lim, another Buzzfeed veteran. Watcher has only been around for a little over a month at this point, but it’s racking in the views.