Late Late Show with James Corden hits 1 billion views on YouTube
With popular interviews and his viral segments like “Carpool Karaoke,” the Late Late Show with James Corden has already hit 1 billion views on YouTube. The segments are breaking records on YouTube and are making James Corden a hit with younger viewers.
The series announced its new milestone earlier today. Not only has the show surpassed the impressive milestone, the show’s YouTube Channel currently has the Top 2 Late Night Clips on YouTube. At #1 is “Adele Carpool Karaoke” with 98 million views, and at #2 is “Justin Bieber Carpool Karaoke” with 73 million views. The data was extrapolated through Tubular labs.
The Late Late Show with James Corden currently has 100 clips on YouTube with more than one million views each. Among them, the show’s “Carpool Karaoke” segments are consistently viral hits.
Each of the 16 “Carpool Karaoke” clips to date has surpassed 10 million views and 10 of the segments have exceeded 20 million views. Other top performing clips on YouTube include “Pitch Perfect Riff-Off with Anna Kendrick & The Filharmonics” (24 million views), “Dodgeball with One Direction” (19 million views) and “James Corden and Tom Hanks Act Out Tom’s Filmography” (16 million views).
In addition to surpassing 1 billion views, the Late Late Show with James Corden’s YouTube Channel has amassed 4.7 million subscribers since the show’s premiere on March 23, 2015.
Recently, the Late Show with James Corden won two People’s Voice Webby Awards for online video, one for Entertainment Channel and one for Variety Channel. Also, the show received a Shorty Award, recognizing the show’s social media influence.
Each week night, the series offers a mix of celebrity guests, musical acts, games and sketches. The show’s post-Super Bowl broadcast delivered the highest ratings, with any host, since the show’s inception in 1995.
The Late Late Show with James Corden airs weeknights (12:37-1:37 AM, ET/PT) following broadcasts of the “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” on CBS. Ben Winston and Rob Crabbe are the executive producers.