PewDiePie videography

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PewDiePie on a Cold Ones podcast in 2019

Swedish YouTuber Felix Kjellberg, known online as PewDiePie, has uploaded over 4,300 videos on the YouTube platform.[1][a] Having accumulated over 27.4 billion video views, PewDiePie's channel ranks as the 24th-most-viewed on YouTube.[2][b] Due to PewDiePie's YouTube channel being the third-most-subscribed on the platform, and the most-subscribed by an individual creator, his channel's videos attracted substantial media coverage.

According to Social Blade–a website which tracks YouTube channel statistics–on 29 December 2014, the PewDiePie channel surpassed emimusic's video view count, at over 7.2 billion views, to become the most-viewed channel on the website.[3][4] PewDiePie's channel has reached various video view milestones; one which received considerable media coverage was it becoming the first to reach 10 billion views on 6 September 2015.[5] PewDiePie's channel held the distinction of being the most-viewed on the platform until 14 February 2017, when it was surpassed by T-Series, according to Social Blade.[6][7]

PewDiePie's first video on the eponymous channel was deleted and is no longer available for public viewing; in a 2017 interview conducted by one of his friends, PewDiePie expressed he no longer has access to the video.[‡ 1] The oldest PewDiePie video available for public viewing on YouTube is "Minecraft Multiplayer Fun", published on 2 October 2010.[8] As of April 2021, the video has accumulated over 18 million video views.[‡ 2] The most-viewed video uploaded by PewDiePie is the music video "bitch lasagna", published on 5 October 2018.[9] As of April 2021, the video has accumulated over 287 million views.[‡ 3]

Selected videography[edit]

Key
Denotes videos that have now been unlisted on YouTube.
Denotes videos that have now been made private on YouTube.
dagger Denotes videos that have now been removed from YouTube.

2010–14[edit]

PewDiePie videos on YouTube
(listed by upload date)
Video name Upload date Description / notes Video Ref.
2010
"Minecraft Multiplayer Fun" 2 October 2010 PewDiePie commentates over Minecraft gameplay. [‡ 2] [10]
"Call of Duty: Black Ops: Team Deathmatch 48-4 Launch (Commentary/Gameplay)" 28 November 2010[c] PewDiePie commentates over Call of Duty: Black Ops gameplay. [‡ 5] [11]
"Amnesia: Playthrough Part: 2 - Kill an old dude" 28 December 2010 PewDiePie commentates over Amnesia: The Dark Descent gameplay; this is the second part of a full playthrough of the game.
[‡ 6] [12]
2011
"Bulletstorm Highlights" 28 February 2011 PewDiePie commentates over Bulletstorm gameplay.
Noted for being PewDiePie's least-viewed video.
[‡ 7] [13]
"Amnesia Top 10 Scary Moments (and funny) CustomMod: Abduction" 4 September 2011 A compilation of PewDiePie's Lets Play videos featuring gameplay of Amnesia: The Dark Descent and its Abduction mod. [‡ 8] [14]
"IT'S R*PING TIME (Official Music Video) Ao Oni" † 27 November 2011 A music video featuring clips of PewDiePie's Ao Oni gameplay. [‡ 9] [15]
2012
"Happy Wheels - Part 1 - PewDiePie Lets Play" 1 February 2012 PewDiePie commentates over Happy Wheels gameplay. [‡ 10] [10]
"[FUNNY] TOP SCARIEST MOMENTS OF GAMING! (with screams) episode 7" 25 February 2012 A compilation of PewDiePie's Let's Play videos featuring gameplay of Amnesia: The Dark Descent and Cry of Fear. [‡ 11] [16]
" TO NARNIA! - Happy Wheels - Part 53" ¶ 13 July 2012 PewDiePie commentates over Happy Wheels gameplay. [‡ 12] [17]
"FUNNY GAMING MONTAGE!" 28 October 2012 A compilation of PewDiePie's Lets Play videos featuring gameplay of Amnesia: The Dark Descent, Slender, and Just Dance 4, among other games. [‡ 13] [18]
2013
"OUTRAGEOUS ENDING! - Mad Father (6)" ⌀ 26 January 2013 PewDiePie commentates over Mad Father gameplay. [‡ 14] [19]
"VLOG - Singapore - BROS ARE EVERYWHERE!" 29 May 2013 A travel vlog featuring PewDiePie in Singapore for the Starcount Social Star Awards. [‡ 15] [20]
"A Funny Montage" 4 June 2013 A compilation of PewDiePie's Lets Play videos featuring gameplay of fan-made Super Mario games and Surgeon Simulator, among other games. [‡ 16] [18]
"The Last Of Us ENDING! - Final - Part 16" 28 June 2013 PewDiePie commentates over The Last of Us gameplay. [‡ 17] [21]
"Deadpool Gameplay - Part 1 - Walkthrough Playthrough Let's Play | PewDiePie" 5 July 2013 PewDiePie commentates over Deadpool gameplay. [‡ 18] [22]
"10 MILLION BROS UNITE! - Charity: Water" 12 July 2013 In commemoration of reaching 10 million subscribers, PewDiePie encourages his viewers to donate to Charity: Water. [‡ 19] [23]
"THINGS YOU DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT ME. - (Fridays With PewDiePie - Part 61)" 9 August 2013 PewDiePie participates in a YouTube trend, where he shares 25 facts about himself, with five being not true.
This video is the 61st episode in PewDiePie's Friday with PewDiePie series.
[‡ 20] [24]
"Jabba the Hutt (PewDiePie Song) by Schmoyoho" 14 September 2013 A music video created by Schmoyoho (also known as The Gregory Brothers), pairing auto-tuned voice clips with video footage from PewDiePie's content. [‡ 21] [18]
"WORLDS MOST OFFENSIVE GAME? - (Fridays With PewDiePie - Part 73)" 23 November 2013 PewDiePie and his then-girlfriend Marzia Bisognin play Cards Against Humanity.
This video is the 73rd episode in PewDiePie's Fridays with PewDiePie series.
[‡ 22] [18]
"BADASS CLEMENTINE! - The Walking Dead: Season 2 - Part 3 - Gameplay / Walkthrough" 18 December 2013 PewDiePie commentates over The Walking Dead: Season Two gameplay. [‡ 23] [25]
2014
"FLAPPY BIRD - DONT PLAY THIS GAME!" 27 January 2014 PewDiePie commentates over Dumb Ways to Die and Flappy Bird gameplay. [‡ 24] [26]
"TAKE YOUR PANTS OFF! (Update Vlog)" 3 March 2014 PewDiePie announces he would be scaling down the rate of his video production and upload output. [‡ 25] [27]
"Save the Children - 25 Million Bros!" 21 March 2014 In commemoration of reaching 25 million subscribers, PewDiePie encourages his viewers to donate to Save the Children. [‡ 26] [28]
"FUNNY MONTAGE.. #2" 5 April 2014 A compilation of PewDiePie's Lets Play videos featuring gameplay of South Park: The Stick of Truth, Dark Souls II, and Goat Simulator, among other games. [‡ 27] [18]
"FUNNY MONTAGE (bonus)" 12 April 2014 A compilation of PewDiePie's Lets Play videos. [‡ 28] [29]
"REAL LIFE HORROR! - As Above So Below: Catacombs Challenge" 11 June 2014 To promote the film As Above, So Below, PewDiePie asks his fans to vote on the scares that will be present in an underground horror scenario. [‡ 29] [30]
"As Above, So Below: CATACOMBS CHALLENGE - Episode 2 (2)" 17 August 2014 To promote the film As Above, So Below, PewDiePie participates in an eponymous challenge that had him traverse the Catacombs of Paris. [‡ 30] [31]
"Soccer Physics - Multiplayer" 21 August 2014 PewDiePie commentates over Soccer Physics gameplay and is joined by his then-girlfriend Marzia Bisognin. [‡ 31] [32]
"GOOD ENDING - Infamous: Second Son - Gameplay - Part 11" 21 August 2014 PewDiePie commentates over Infamous: Second Son gameplay. [‡ 32] [32]
"Barbie Virtual Makeover - GOTY EDITION!" 24 August 2014 PewDiePie commentates over Barbie Virtual Makeup gameplay. [‡ 33] [32]
"When Horror Games Are Too Scary!" 27 August 2014 PewDiePie commentates over Dark Dreams – Episode 1: The Woods gameplay. [‡ 34] [32]
"Goodbye Comments." 29 August 2014 PewDiePie speaks on his channel reaching 30 million subscribers and the Ice Bucket Challenge, and announces that he would be disabling the ability for viewers to comment on his videos. [‡ 35] [33]
"The Walking Dead: Season 2 - All Endings - ALL OUT OF TEARS.." 30 August 2014 PewDiePie commentates over The Walking Dead: Season Two gameplay. [‡ 36] [32]
"THE HOTTEST ALIEN! - Alien Isolation - Gameplay Walkthrough - Part 7" 13 October 2014 PewDiePie commentates over Alien: Isolation gameplay.
The video was noted for PewDiePie reverting his decision to disable comments, as he set them to "approved".
[‡ 37] [34]
"FUNNY MONTAGE #3" 25 October 2014 A compilation of PewDiePie's Let's Play videos. [‡ 38] [29]
"31,970,288 Subscribers!!!!" 5 November 2014 PewDiePie expresses his appreciation of his viewers and mentions how disabling comments made him feel happier. [‡ 39] [35]
"FIVE NIGHTS AT FREDDY'S 2 - Walkthrough / Playthrough / Gameplay - (NIGHT 1)" 11 November 2014 PewDiePie commentates over Five Nights at Freddy's 2 gameplay. [‡ 40] [36]
"Far Cry 4 IS TERRIFYING!" ¶ 29 November 2014 PewDiePie commentates over Far Cry 4 gameplay. [‡ 41] [37]
"MY FAVORITE SHREK GAME!. // Shrek: Extra Large" 12 December 2014 PewDiePie commentates over Shrek Extra Large gameplay. [‡ 42] [10]

2015–19[edit]

PewDiePie videos on YouTube
(listed by upload date)
Video name Upload date Description / notes Video Ref.
2015
"FUNNY MONTAGE #4" 14 February 2015 This video is a compilation of PewDiePie's gaming content. [‡ 43] [38]
"THE PEWDIEPIE GAME!" 12 April 2015 PewDiePie talks about PewDiePie: Legend of the Brofist, which was released later in 2015. [‡ 44] [39]
"Things I Wish I Knew... - (Fridays With PewDiePie - Part 99)" 1 May 2015 PewDiePie shares advice he would have given himself during his teenage years.
This video is the 99th episode in PewDiePie's Fridays with PewDiePie series.
[‡ 45] [40]
"TRIPPIEST GAME EVER?" 6 June 2015 PewDiePie commentates over Wrassling, Infinideer, and Circa Infinity gameplay. [‡ 46] [41]
"Lets Talk About Money." 7 July 2015 PewDiePie speaks on media reports about his 2014 earnings. [‡ 47] [42]
"I BECAME A ZOMBIE" 28 August 2015 Sponsored by Scopely, PewDiePie commentates over The Walking Dead: Road to Survival gameplay. [‡ 48] [43]
"10 BILLION MONTAGE!" 20 September 2015 A montage of PewDiePie's videos, in commemoration of his channel reaching 10 billion views. [‡ 49] [44]
"IT'S JUST A PRANK BRO - YouTube Highschool" 25 October 2015 PewDiePie voices the action of digital cutouts of popular YouTubers on stock photo backgrounds. [‡ 50] [45]
2016
"CATERING TO YOUR AUDIENCE" ¶ 1 February 2016 In a vlog, PewDiePie expresses feelings related to his content and his audience. [‡ 51] [46]
"LEVEL 7 | I'M NOT CRAZY (OUTLAST IRL GAMEPLAY)" 10 February 2016 PewDiePie encounters situations and sets inspired by the video game Outlast.
This video is the 7th episode of the YouTube Red series Scare PewDiePie.
[‡ 52] [47]
"OLD VS. NEW PEWDIEPIE! (Fridays With PewDiePie - Part 111)" 24 April 2016 PewDiePie views his older videos and compares them to his newer video style.
This video is the 111th episode of PewDiePie's Fridays with PewDiePie series.
[‡ 53] [48]
"I'M LOSING SUBS!!!!" 29 June 2016 PewDiePie discusses YouTube's platform-wide subscriber purge. [‡ 54] [49]
"I NEED MY FANS! (Charity)" 12 July 2016 PewDiePie encourages his viewers to support the non-profit organization Crisis Text Line. [‡ 55] [50]
"I Went On Holiday..." 28 August 2016 A travel vlog featuring PewDiePie and his girlfriend Marzia Bisognin on holiday in Kuala Lumpur for their anniversary. [‡ 56] [20]
"WHY I GOT UNVERIFIED" 31 August 2016 PewDiePie discusses his Twitter account being unverified. [‡ 57] [51]
"I QUIT (for now) [END]" 15 November 2016 PewDiePie speaks about being stressed out by producing videos at a high rate [‡ 58] [52]
"DELETING MY CHANNEL AT 50 MILLION." 2 December 2016 PewDiePie speaks about changes in YouTube's algorithms affecting users' recommended and suggested video feeds. He additionally states that he will delete his channel once it reaches 50 million subscribers. [‡ 59] [53]
"**wtf is going on with Youtube**" 4 December 2016 PewDiePie again speaks about changes in YouTube's algorithms affecting users' recommended and suggested video feeds. [‡ 60] [54]
"CRINGEMAS CHARITY LIVESTREAM - Pewdiepie/Markiplier/Jacksepticeye/KickthePJ and Emmablackery!" 9 December 2016 PewDiePie–joined by fellow YouTubers Markiplier, Jacksepticeye, KickThePJ, and Emma Blackery–hold a live stream with the purpose to raise money for (RED), an HIV/AIDS–related charity. [‡ 61] [55]
"Can this video hit 1 million likes?" 10 December 2016 PewDiePie asks his viewers to like the video. [‡ 62] [56]
"THE RUBY PLAYBUTTON / YouTube 50 Mil Sub Reward Unbox" 18 December 2016 PewDiePie unboxes a customized Ruby Play Button award sent to him by YouTube in commemoration of his channel reaching 50 million subscribers. [‡ 63] [57]
"Can this video get 1 million dislikes?" 24 December 2016 PewDiePie asks his viewers to dislike the video. [‡ 64] [56]
2017
"Forced Positivity on YouTube" 6 January 2017 PewDiePie discusses topics including his happiness, the portrayal of happiness by YouTube vloggers, and burnout related to content creation. [‡ 65] [58]
"STARTED A FIRE IN THE BUILDING! (Experiment Gone Wrong)" 10 January 2017 PewDiePie is seen slicing open a Furby with a hot knife before they incinerated the toy with small blowtorches. [‡ 66] [59]
"I've Discovered The Greatest Thing Online..." † 11 January 2017 PewDiePie uses the Fiverr website.
This video attracted controversy and heavily negative reception from media outlets.
[‡ 67] [59]
"Can this video get 1 million comments?" 28 January 2017 PewDiePie asks his viewers to comment on the video. [‡ 68] [60]
"My Response" † 16 February 2017 PewDiePie apologizes for offensive jokes and addresses allegations of anti-Semitic views in his content. [‡ 69] [61]
"My Response" 12 September 2017 PewDiePie apologizes for using a racial slur during a stream. [‡ 70] [62]
2018
"Is YouTube Really Worth It?" 15 January 2018 PewDiePie again discusses topics related the effect of YouTube on one's mental health. [‡ 71] [63]
"PewDiePie Hej Monika Remix by Party In Backyard" 27 January 2018 PewDiePie sings a Party In Backyard remix cover of "Hej Hej Monika", a song originally recorded by Nic & the Family. [‡ 72] [64]
"THIS VIDEO HAS GREAT ADS 📰 PEW NEWS📰" 1 April 2018 PewDiePie speaks about and criticizes YouTube's demonetization policies.
The video is an episode of PewDiePie's Pew News series.
[‡ 73] [52]
"THIS CHANNEL WILL OVERTAKE PEWDIEPIE! LWIAY #0046" 29 August 2018 In a partially ironically-toned video, PewDiePie addresses T-Series being projected to pass his channel in subscribers.
This video is the 46th episode of PewDiePie's Last Week I Asked You series.
[‡ 74] [65]
"bitch lasagna" 5 October 2018 A diss track-styled music video aimed at T-Series, as part of their vying with PewDiePie to become the most-subscribed channel on YouTube.
The video is banned in India as a result of PewDiePie's 2019 release of "Congratulations".
[‡ 3] [66]
"Okay, This Is Epic ( Bonus Meme ft. Ben Shapiro) [MEME REVIEW] 👏 👏#40" 2 November 2018 An episode of Meme Review noted for featuring Ben Shapiro.
This video is the 40th episode of the Meme Review series.
[‡ 75] [67]
"DON'T Subscribe to Pewdiepie" 9 December 2018 PewDiePie addresses the growth of the "Subscribe to PewDiePie" meme, and at the end of the video, recommends various smaller channels for viewers to subscribe to.
The video is an episode of PewDiePie's Pew News series.
[‡ 76] [68]
"PewDiePie's biggest OOPSIE. 📰 PEW NEWS📰" 11 December 2018 PewDiePie responds to media reports and criticism about him promoting E;R, who was among a larger amount of smaller YouTube channels recommend by PewDiePie. PewDiePie expressed that he recommended E;R's channel due to his Death Note review, was unaware of his other videos' reportedly anti-Semitic content, and removed his recommendation of E;R from his prior video.
The video is an episode of PewDiePie's Pew News series.
[‡ 77] [69]
"YouTube Rewind 2018 but it's actually good" [d] 27 December 2018 A YouTube Rewind–styled mashup featuring prominent Internet memes from 2018. [‡ 79] [70]
2019
"Tik Toks most HILARIOUS funny compilations LAUGHING while CRYING O M G part 10" 28 January 2019 PewDiePie reacts to several TikTok videos.
This video is the 10th episode in PewDiePie's TikTok series.
[‡ 80] [71]
"Will Smith hosts Meme Review w/ Elon Musk [MEME REVIEW] 👏 👏#50" 22 February 2019 An episode of Meme Review noted for featuring Elon Musk and Justin Roiland.
This video is the 50th episode of the Meme Review series.
[‡ 81] [72]
"QnA with future Wifey" 3 March 2019 A questions and answers video featuring PewDiePie's then-fiancée Marzia Bisognin. [‡ 82] [73]
"Congratulations" 31 March 2019 A music video mock-congratulating T-Series for surpassing PewDiePie to become the most-subscribed channel on YouTube. In diss track fashion, PewDiePie raps about controversial incidents involving T-Series. The video is banned in India. [‡ 83] [74]
"Ending the Subscribe to Pewdiepie Meme" 28 April 2019 A vlog in which PewDiePie addresses the "Subscribe to PewDiePie" meme and movement in general, and announces he would like his audience to cease from spreading that message, specifically due to criminal acts referencing the meme. [‡ 84] [75]
"Looking at my Analytics" 15 June 2019 PewDiePie discusses a relative decline in his channel. [‡ 85] [76]
"Papers, Please!" 22 June 2019 PewDiePie commentates over Papers, Please gameplay. [‡ 86] [77]
"Explaining why I REFUSED to play Minecraft - LWIAY #0085" 25 July 2019 PewDiePie explains his thoughts on Minecraft, such as why he refrained from playing the game earlier during his YouTube career.
This video is the 85th episode of PewDiePie's Last Week I Asked You series.
[‡ 87] [78]
"Marzia & Felix - Wedding 19.08.2019" 24 August 2019 A wedding video featuring PewDiePie and his wife Marzia Kjellberg. [‡ 88] [79]
"Best Week Ever. LWIAY #0089" 26 August 2019 PewDiePie visits the r/PewdiepieSubmissions subreddit and reacts to fan submissions, memes, and reactions to his wedding and his channel reaching 100 million subscribers.
This video is the 89th episode of PewDiePie's Last Week I Asked You series.
[‡ 89] [80]
"Unboxing 100 MIL YouTube AWARD!!" 10 September 2019 PewDiePie reviews his past content up to him reaching the 100 million subscriber milestone. He additionally unboxes the Red Diamond Creator Award, given to him by YouTube for reaching the milestone, and announces a $50,000 donation to the Anti-Defamation League (ADL). [‡ 90] [81]
"My 100 Mil Award BROKE! - LWIAY #0091" 12 September 2019 PewDiePie reacts to fan submissions on his subreddit. He also rescinds his $50,000 donation to the ADL, citing that he did not select a charity he was personally passionate about.
This video is the 91st episode of PewDiePie's Last Week I Asked You series.
[‡ 91] [82]
"Hong Kong vs Joker Ends Fortnite [MEME REVIEW] 👏 👏#68" 16 October 2019 PewDiePie reacts to various memes, including some about the 2019–20 Hong Kong protests, as well as some that compare Xi Jinping to Winnie-the Pooh.
The video is the 68th episode of PewDiePie's Meme Review series.
[‡ 92] [83]
"Pewdiepie Is BANNED in China LWIAY #0096" 19 October 2019 PewDiePie explains that his content was banned in China, after he shared memes comparing Xi Jinping to Winnie-the Pooh and spoke about the 2019–20 Hong Kong protests.
This video is the 96th episode of PewDiePie's Last Week I Asked You series.
[‡ 93] [84]
"Mine All Day (Minecraft Music Video)" 23 October 2019 A music video with two parts: The first, in Minecraft Animation style flaunting his in-game achievements, and the second, a real-world music video flaunting his real-life achievements. [‡ 94] [85]
"I hate twitter" 16 December 2019 In narration, PewDiePie discusses philosophical concepts while he criticizes Twitter and explains why he left it. [‡ 95] [86]
"Breaking News: 'Pewdiepie Has QUIT YouTube' 📰PEW NEWS 📰" 17 December 2019 PewDiePie discusses news, with the highlighting topic being news outlets falsely reporting that he was ending his YouTube career. [‡ 96] [87]
"Answering Very Personal Questions" 28 December 2019 In a vlog format, PewDiePie answers personal questions from his fans. [‡ 97] [20]

2020–present[edit]

PewDiePie videos on YouTube
(listed by upload date)
Video name Upload date Description / notes Video Ref.
2020
"Pewdiepie NETWORTH revealed! 📰PEW NEWS 📰" 4 January 2020 PewDiePie responds to various media stories about himself, relating to his net worth, his comments on his fans from Malaysia and Singapore, and a web comic meme.
The video is an episode of PewDiePie's Pew News series.
[‡ 98] [88]
"It's been real, but I'm out! - LWIAY #00106" 15 January 2020 PewDiePie announces he will be going on hiatus, in addition to reviewing memes from his subreddit.
This video is the 106th episode of PewDiePie's Last Week I Asked You series.
[‡ 99] [89]
"I went on a break for 30 days & THIS HAPPENED - LWIAY #00107" 21 February 2020 PewDiePie returns from a hiatus and discusses what he did during it, in addition to reviewing memes from his subreddit.
This video is the 107th episode of PewDiePie's Last Week I Asked You series.
[‡ 100] [90]
"Subnautica Part 1 (OMG GAME)" 15 March 2020 PewDiePie plays Subnautica.
The video is the 1st episode in PewDiePie's Subnautica series.
[‡ 101] [91]
"Do All Millionaires Think The Same?" 21 April 2020 PewDiePie comments on Do All Millionaires Think The Same? by Jubilee. [‡ 102] [92]
"Man Puts Mayo in His Hair......." 24 April 2020 PewDiePie reacts and comments on the 4th season of 90 Day Fiancé. [‡ 103] [93]
"I Hit 10 Years Of YouTube Uploads!" 5 May 2020 PewDiePie celebrates his 10th year on YouTube by watching videos he's made throughout his career, talking about his history as he goes through. [‡ 4] [94]
"Famous people who can't STAND PewDiePie" 13 May 2020 PewDiePie reviews memes from his subreddit.
This video is the 113th episode of PewDiePie's LWIAY series, however, the video is not in the LWIAY playlist.
[‡ 104] [95]
"Leaking My Email Address..." 20 May 2020 PewDiePie addresses him accidentally leaking his personal email addressed as well as reviewing memes from his subreddit.
This video is an episode of PewDiePie's LWIAY series.
[‡ 105]
2021
"Coco" † 14 February 2021 A diss track-styled music video directed at Cocomelon. [‡ 106] [96]

Collaborative videography[edit]

PewDiePie's collaborative appearances on other YouTube channels
(listed by upload date)
Video name Channel Upload date Description / notes Video Ref.
"Rasputin vs Stalin. Epic Rap Battles of History" ERB 22 April 2013 PewDiePie appears as Mikhail Baryshnikov in an episode of Epic Rap Battles of History featuring fictionalized portrayals of Grigori Rasputin and Joseph Stalin. [‡ 107] [97]
"YouTube Rewind: What Does 2013 Say?" YouTube[e] 11 December 2013 PewDiePie appears as himself in an episode of the annual YouTube Rewind series. [‡ 108] [98]
"The Catacombs Challenge - Behind the Scenes" ¶ Marzia[f] 17 August 2014 Marzia Bisognin vlogs with her boyfriend PewDiePie in Paris during their promotion for As Above, So Below. [‡ 109] [31]
""How to make it big on Youtube" with Pewdiepie | SVT/NRK/Skavlan" Skavlan 26 November 2014 PewDiePie gives tips on how to "make it big on YouTube". [‡ 110] [99]
"YouTube Rewind: Turn Down for 2014" YouTube[e] 9 December 2014 PewDiePie appears as himself in an episode of the annual YouTube Rewind series. [‡ 111] [100]
"YouTube Rewind: Now Watch Me 2015 | #YouTubeRewind" YouTube[e] 9 December 2015 PewDiePie appears as himself in an episode of the annual YouTube Rewind series. [‡ 112] [101]
"YouTube Rewind: The Ultimate 2016 Challenge | #YouTubeRewind" YouTube[e] 7 December 2016 PewDiePie appears as himself in an episode of the annual YouTube Rewind series. [‡ 113] [102]
"INDIAN SNACKS REVIEW with PewDiePie" Saiman Says 2 May 2019 Indian YouTuber Saiman Says reviews Indian food with PewDiePie while on his trip to Brighton after Saiman called him out. [‡ 114] [103]
"PewDiePie on Why He Stopped Drinking" Cold Ones Clips 16 July 2019 A clip from an episode of the Cold Ones video podcast, in which PewDiePie discusses his former drinking habit. [‡ 115] [104]

Other videography[edit]

Other appearances by PewDiePie on other YouTube channels
(listed by upload date)
Video name Channel Upload date Description / notes Video Ref.
"Goodbye Youtube." Marzia 22 October 2018 In a vlog, PewDiePie's then-fiancée Marzia Bisognin announces her retirement from YouTube.
PewDiePie appears via archived footage.
[‡ 116] [105]
"chatting epicly" 25 May 2019 PewDiePie talks with viewers of his livestream.
This video was livestreamed on video platform DLive, rather than on YouTube.
[‡ 117] [106]
"PewDiePie Plays Minecraft w/James Charles on DLive - PRACTICE ROUND on Minecraft Monday - PewDiePie" Best Twitch Moments 1 July 2019 Through archived footage, PewDiePie and LGBT YouTuber James Charles plays the practice round in Keemstar's Minecraft tournament, Minecraft Monday, together. [‡ 118] [107]
"PewDiePie Plays Minecraft w/James Charles on DLive - GAME 1 on Minecraft Monday - PewDiePie" Best Twitch Moments 1 July 2019 Through archived footage, PewDiePie and beauty YouTuber James Charles play Keemstar's Minecraft tournament, Minecraft Monday, together. [‡ 119] [107]
"YouTube Rewind 2019: For the Record | #YouTubeRewind" YouTube 5 December 2019 Through archived footage, PewDiePie appears as himself in an episode of the annual YouTube Rewind series. [‡ 120] [108]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ This count is accurate as of 28 April 2021, and does not include videos which have been removed from YouTube.
  2. ^ Channel video views count accurate as of 28 April 2020.
  3. ^ The video was originally uploaded on 28 November 2010, as seen at the 1:07 mark of the 2020 video "I Hit 10 Years Of YouTube Uploads!", but was accidentally published on 2 May 2020, after being set to private for a prior period of time.[‡ 4]
  4. ^ This video has become the second most liked non music video on YouTube after MrBeast’s “Make This Video The Most Liked Video On YouTube” [‡ 78]
  5. ^ a b c d This YouTube channel was named "YouTube Spotlight" at the time of the video's upload.
  6. ^ This YouTube channel has was named "CutiePieMarzia" at the time of the video's upload.

References[edit]

References
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