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YouTube is the #1 largest video-sharing website on which users can upload, view, and share videos.

Smosh on YouTube

Smosh joined YouTube on November 19, 2005. Later, Ian created his own channel called IanH on November 24, 2005. Then on November 28, 2006, Anthony created his own personal channel called AnthonyPadilla.

History

One of Smosh's earliest videos called "Pokemon Theme Song" was an extremely big hit for the early channel and it remained on YouTube for at least 6 months, with over 24,000,000 views. By April 2006, it became the Most Viewed Video of that time. However, YouTube had to remove the video after Shogakukan Productions Co., Ltd., indicated that the video infringed their copyrights.

In 2006, Smosh uploaded another video called "Smosh Short 2: Stranded," which won the 2006 YouTube Award for the Best Comedy Video.

Subscribers

Smosh became the Most Subscribed User on YouTube in April 2007. In January 2010, Smosh was the third most subscribed user on YouTube after they were passed by NigaHiga and Fred. However, Shane Dawson claimed third Most Subscribed User of All-Time, which made Smosh Fourth Most Subscribed User of All-Time.

As of January 2012, Smosh reclaimed their spot as the #1 most subscribed channel on YouTube with over 6,000,000 subscribers.

As of May 2015 Smosh is the fourth Most Subscribed User behind PewDiePie, YouTube Spotlight & HolaSoyGerman.

Honors

Smosh's honors and awards include Most Viewed Video of All Time in April 2006, being featured in the Person of the Year issue of Time magazine in December 2006, YouTube Award for the Best Comedy Video in 2006, and Most Subscribed Channel of All Time in April 2007.

Channels

Though 9 Smosh-related channels exist on YouTube, only 6 are active. The base Smosh channel, where Ian and Anthony post their weekly skits, has new videos every Friday. On IanH, the pair upload their side series Ian is Bored / Mailtime with Smosh on Mondays, Lunchtime with Smosh on Thursdays, and their associate performer Mari does "Smosh Pit Weekly" videos on Saturday. On ElSmosh, Ian and Anthony's Spanish translators Juan and Antonio upload classic Smosh episodes on Wednesdays and new episodes on Sundays that have been dubbed over in Spanish. ShutUpCartoons airs a number of animated series. Each series is created by a different animator and it is uploaded on a different weekday. So far, Shut Up! Cartoons episodes include "Sub:3" on Tuesdays and "With Zombies" on Wednesdays.

Askcharlie, active from May 2010 to December 2011, was used to host Ask Charlie episodes, where Charlie would answer viewer-submitted questions. On AnthonyPadilla, Anthony creates and uploads his videos by himself, which are completely unrelated to Smosh and have no particular schedule.

After joining the Partnership Program on YouTube, Smosh created their YouTube comedy show, which currently has 10 seasons and over 250 episodes.

Season Episodes
1 - 2006 7
2 - 2007 10
3 - 2008 10
4 - 2009 24
5 - 2010 44
6 - 2011 51
7 - 2012 43
8 - 2013 58
9 - 2014 56
10 - 2015 72
11 - 2016 Current Season

Trivia

  • Before, Smosh would use one of their latest video's thumbnail as their profile image, but they changed it.
  • AnthonyPadilla, Anthony's second channel, is possibly the only channel that's not in the YouTube Partnership Program.

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