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On December 6, 2017, “YouTube Rewind: The Shape of 2017”, referencing the song [[Shape of You]] by [[Ed Sheeran]], was uploaded to the YouTube Spotlight channel.

 

On December 6, 2017, “YouTube Rewind: The Shape of 2017”, referencing the song [[Shape of You]] by [[Ed Sheeran]], was uploaded to the YouTube Spotlight channel.

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”The Shape of 2017” received overwhelmingly negative reviews from critics, YouTubers, and viewers alike following its release. The most likely cause of this reception was YouTuber EmpLemon’s #TankTheRewind movement, criticising YouTube’s actions and Youtube drama during 2017. {{Cite web|url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Mj8M_hKKJA|title=YouTube Censored My Video and They’ll Censor Yours Too|website=www.youtube.com|language=en|access-date=July 12, 2018}} Some of the various criticisms were directed at its overuse of memes, the inclusion of [[Logan Paul]] and [[Jake Paul]]{{Cite web|url=https://www.player.one/youtube-rewind-2017-122153|title=YouTube Rewind 2017 Ignores Adpocalypse For Paul Brothers And Paint|last=Asarch|first=Steven|date=July 6, 2017|website=player.one|language=en-US|access-date=December 7, 2018}}and the notable exclusion of [[PewDiePie]] for [[PewDiePie#Controversial videos, network drop and streaming (2017)|controversies earlier in the year]]. {{Cite web|url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w4AImq08j9o|title=Why I’m not in YouTube Rewind 2017|website=www.youtube.com|language=en|access-date=December 7, 2018}}{{Citeweb|url=http://wwwbizcommunitycom/Article/196/16/171216html|title=PewDiePie’notsalty’atYouTubefornotincludinghimin2017Rewind|website=wwwbizcommunitycom|language=en|access-date=December62018}}{{Cite web|url=https://medium.com/@julia.alexander/youtube-review-2017-you-cant-ignore-pewdiepie-dfe47336e8a0|title=YouTube Rewind 2017: You can’t ignore PewDiePie|last=Alexander|first=Julia|date=December 10, 2017|website=Julia Alexander|access-date=December 6, 2018}}{{Cite web|url=https://www.nme.com/news/tv/pewdiepie-youtuber-explains-sad-absence-youtube-rewind-2017-2170398|title=World’s most popular YouTuber explains “sad” absence from YouTube Rewind 2017|last=Connick|first=Tom|date=December 11, 2017|website=NME|language=en-US|access-date=December 6, 2018}}

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”The Shape of 2017” received overwhelmingly negative reviews from critics, YouTubers, and viewers alike following its release. The most likely cause of this reception was YouTuber EmpLemon’s #TankTheRewind movement, criticising YouTube’s actions . {{Cite web|url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Mj8M_hKKJA|title=YouTube Censored My Video and They’ll Censor Yours Too|website=www.youtube.com|language=en|access-date=July 12, 2018}} Some of the various criticisms were directed at its overuse of memes, the inclusion of [[Logan Paul]] and [[Jake Paul]]{{Cite web|url=https://www.player.one/youtube-rewind-2017-122153|title=YouTube Rewind 2017 Ignores Adpocalypse For Paul Brothers And Paint|last=Asarch|first=Steven|date=July 6, 2017|website=player.one|language=en-US|access-date=December 7, 2018}}and the notable exclusion of [[PewDiePie]] for [[PewDiePie#Controversial videos, network drop and streaming (2017)|controversies earlier in the year]]. {{Cite web|url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w4AImq08j9o|title=Why I’m not in YouTube Rewind 2017|website=www.youtube.com|language=en|access-date=December 7, 2018}}{{Citeweb|url=http://wwwbizcommunitycom/Article/196/16/171216html|title=PewDiePie’notsalty’atYouTubefornotincludinghimin2017Rewind|website=wwwbizcommunitycom|language=en|access-date=December62018}}{{Cite web|url=https://medium.com/@julia.alexander/youtube-review-2017-you-cant-ignore-pewdiepie-dfe47336e8a0|title=YouTube Rewind 2017: You can’t ignore PewDiePie|last=Alexander|first=Julia|date=December 10, 2017|website=Julia Alexander|access-date=December 6, 2018}}{{Cite web|url=https://www.nme.com/news/tv/pewdiepie-youtuber-explains-sad-absence-youtube-rewind-2017-2170398|title=World’s most popular YouTuber explains “sad” absence from YouTube Rewind 2017|last=Connick|first=Tom|date=December 11, 2017|website=NME|language=en-US|access-date=December 6, 2018}}

     

To date, it has received 1.95 million dislikes, making it the [[List of most-disliked YouTube videos|14th most disliked YouTube video of all time]] while also having 3.75 million likes, also making it [[List of most-liked YouTube videos#Non-music_videos|9th most liked non-music YouTube video of all time]]. It also has 1.3 out of 10 on [[iMDB]], making it the worst-rated program in the history of the website. {{Cite web|url=https://canyonechoes.org/6831/just-for-fun/youtube-rewind-2017-the-worst-of-all/|title=YouTube Rewind 2017 – The Worst of All|last=Nguyen|first=Austin|last2=Nguyen|first2=Austin|date=December 12, 2017|website=Canyon Echoes|access-date=December 6, 2018}}{{Citenews|url=https://wwwnzheraldconz/entertainment/news/articlecfm?c_id=1501119&objectid=11955753|title=The2017YouTubeRewindvideoisamess|date=December72017|work=NZHerald|access-date=December62018|language=en-NZ|issn=1170-0777}} As of December 7, 2017, it has amassed over 38.8 million views, making it the [[List of most-viewed online videos in the first 24 hours|8th most-viewed YouTube video in the first 24 hours]]. [[Special:Permanentlink/814596143|List of most-viewed online videos in the first 24 hours in 19:55, December 9, 2017 (UTC)]].

 

To date, it has received 1.95 million dislikes, making it the [[List of most-disliked YouTube videos|14th most disliked YouTube video of all time]] while also having 3.75 million likes, also making it [[List of most-liked YouTube videos#Non-music_videos|9th most liked non-music YouTube video of all time]]. It also has 1.3 out of 10 on [[iMDB]], making it the worst-rated program in the history of the website. {{Cite web|url=https://canyonechoes.org/6831/just-for-fun/youtube-rewind-2017-the-worst-of-all/|title=YouTube Rewind 2017 – The Worst of All|last=Nguyen|first=Austin|last2=Nguyen|first2=Austin|date=December 12, 2017|website=Canyon Echoes|access-date=December 6, 2018}}{{Citenews|url=https://wwwnzheraldconz/entertainment/news/articlecfm?c_id=1501119&objectid=11955753|title=The2017YouTubeRewindvideoisamess|date=December72017|work=NZHerald|access-date=December62018|language=en-NZ|issn=1170-0777}} As of December 7, 2017, it has amassed over 38.8 million views, making it the [[List of most-viewed online videos in the first 24 hours|8th most-viewed YouTube video in the first 24 hours]]. [[Special:Permanentlink/814596143|List of most-viewed online videos in the first 24 hours in 19:55, December 9, 2017 (UTC)]].

YouTube Rewind

YouTube Rewind logo (2013–2016).

Also known as YouTube Top 10 Videos (2010–11)
Genre Year-in-reviewvideo mashupmusic mashup
Created by
  • YouTube[1][2](2010)
  • YouTube, Seedwell[3](2012)
  • YouTube, Portal A Interactive[4][5][6][7](2011 & 2013–present)
Directed by
  • Peter Furia (2012)
  • Kai Hasson (2011, 2013–present)
Opening theme The Hood Internet – mashup music
Composer(s) Major Lazer (original remix) (2016)
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 9
Production
Executive producer(s)
  • Lee Hunter, Michael Rucker, Kevin Allocca, Dom Elliott[3](2012)
  • Nate Houghteling, Zach Blume, (2013–present)[4][5][6]
  • Kai Hasson[6](2014–present)
Producer(s)
  • Michael Rucker, Peter Furia, Beau Lewis (2012)
  • Jeffrey Sabin-Matsumoto, Finley Wise (2011, 2013–present)
Running time 1-8 minutes
Production company(s) YouTube, LLC, Portal A Interactive
Distributor YouTube, LLC
Release
Original network YouTube, LLC
Picture format High resolution
1080p (HDTV)
720p (HDTV)
Medium resolution
480p (SDTV/HDTV)
360p (SDTV)
Low resolution
240p (SDTV)
144p (SDTV)
Audio format 126 kbps AAC;
155-165 kbps Opus WebM
Original release December 13, 2010 (December 13, 2010)[2] – present
External links
YouTube
Portal A Interactive

YouTube Rewind is a video series produced and created by YouTube and Portal A Interactive. These videos are an overview and sometimes a recap of each year’s viral videosevents, trends, and music. [9] Each year, the number of YouTube celebrities featured in the video, as well as the presentation of the series, has increased. The latest episode of YouTube Rewind was released on December 6, 2018. In two days, it became the second most disliked video of all time on YouTubebehind Justin Bieber’s “Baby“. [10]

History

The first Rewind was created by YouTube in 2010 and featured a Top 50 list of the most popular YouTube videos for that year. In 2010, YouTube had started to create and produce Rewind videos with the help of Seedwell and Portal A Interactive. [3][7][10] From 2011 onward, the YouTube Rewind videos have only been uploaded to the YouTube Spotlight channel, with additional “behind-the-scenes” content. [10]

2010

On December 13, 2010, the first YouTube Rewind was uploaded, titled “2010 YouTube Rewind: Year in Review”. It featured the top 10 most popular videos on YouTube for the preceding year. It was uploaded on two channels: YouTube Trends on the first day,[2] and YouTube Spotlight on the second. [1]

2011

On December 20, 2011, “YouTube Rewind 2011” was uploaded. [7][8] It was created and produced by YouTube and Portal A Intercreated,[7] and features Rebecca Black as the host. Her music video Friday had become a viral video in March 2011. [7][11] Like last year, it featured another top 10 most popular videos on YouTube for the year. [10]

2012

In 2012, YouTube’s Rewind videos changed to featuring several popular YouTubers; the most popular music, videos, mashupand videos; breaking news; and internet memes from the year. In 2013, the Rewind Button/logo was created. [12]

On December 17, 2012, “Rewind YouTube Style 2012”, referencing Gangnam Stylewas uploaded to YouTube Spotlight. [13] It was created and produced by YouTube and Seedwill. [3]

2013

On December 11, 2013, “YouTube Rewind: What Does 2013 Say?”, referencing What Does the Fox Say?was uploaded to YouTube Spotlight. [4] It was created and produced by YouTube and Portal A Interactive. [4] This was the first year that the YouTube Rewind Button was used; otherwise, it was very similar in style to the 2012 video. DJ Earworm mashed up six songs from the year. Jimmy Fallon and The Roots from The Tonight Showmade guest appearances. [4]

2014

On December 9, 2014,[5] “YouTube Rewind: Turn Down for 2014”, referencing Turn Down for Whatwas uploaded to YouTube Spotlight. It was again created and produced by YouTube and Portal A Interactive. Over 10 songs were mashed together by DJ Earworm[5][14] for the video. [5] The video was not structured around songs, as in previous years. More internet memes and trends were used alongside the music. Its main features were the YouTube Rewind Button flag, with which YouTubers and characters run from the beginning of the video all the way to the end. The flag was run through the sets of The Colbert Report by Big Bird; Conan by Conan O’Brienrunning through his own with Freddie Wong acting as the host’ and Last Week Tonight with John Oliverby Kid President. The actual Rewind Button was not shown until the end of the video. [14]

2015

On December 9, 2015,[6] “YouTube Rewind: Now Watch Me 2015”, referencing Watch Mewas uploaded to the YouTube Spotlight channel. It was again created and produced by YouTube and Portal A Interactive. It was the first one to feature a hashtag; #YouTubeRewind. [6][10] The video heavily incorporated previous years of YouTube due to 2015 being the website’s 10th anniversary. [15] The music mashup was composed by The Hood Internet. Additionally, Avicii composed an original remix for the video. [6][10] The video featured more gamers than previous years, such as YouTube personality Markiplier. It was set up to resemble the Five Nights at Freddy’san indiesurvival horrorpoint-and-click video game that has gained recognition since its first release in August 2014. The Rewind Button and logo were shown throughout the video. Its main appearance was with PewDiePie and Zoe Sugg about halfway through the video. They appeared next to a scoreboard with two dates of December 9, 2015. Zoe changes one scoreboard date back to February 14, 2005, leaving the other at December 9, 2015. Afterwards Felix “brofists” the rewind button, triggering the video to show viral videos and memes from 2015 back to 2005. After the credits, the Fine Brothers were shown arguing about whether PewDiePie was in the video. [10]

2016

On December 7, 2016,[16] “YouTube Rewind: The Ultimate 2016 Challenge”, referencing the increasing number of challenges that took place in 2016, was uploaded to the YouTube Spotlight channel. It was again created and produced by YouTube and Portal A Interactive. Music was developed by The Hood Internet with an original remix by Major Lazer. The video begins with Dwayne Johnson showing a miniature Rewind button, and YouTube personalities hunting for ‘Rewind’ symbols in the style of Pokémon Go. The video also references objects being crushed by a hydraulic pressHodor from Game of Thrones and the dabbing dance move. The video ends James Corden and other personalities in a car, in reference to the Carpool Karaoke segments from The Late Late Show.

2017

On December 6, 2017, “YouTube Rewind: The Shape of 2017”, referencing the song Shape of You by Ed Sheeranwas uploaded to the YouTube Spotlight channel.

The Shape of 2017 received overwhelmingly negative reviews from critics, YouTubers, and viewers alike following its release. The most likely cause of this reception was YouTuber EmpLemon’s #TankTheRewind movement, criticising YouTube’s actions throughout the year. [17] Some of the various criticisms were directed at its overuse of memes, the inclusion of Logan Paul and Jake Paul[18]and the notable exclusion of PewDiePie for controversies earlier in the year. [19][20][21][22]

To date, it has received 1.95 million dislikes, making it the 14th most disliked YouTube video of all time while also having 3.75 million likes, also making it 9th most liked non-music YouTube video of all time. It also has 1.3 out of 10 on iMDBmaking it the worst-rated program in the history of the website. [23][24] As of December 7, 2017, it has amassed over 38.8 million views, making it the 8th most-viewed YouTube video in the first 24 hours. [25]

2018

YouTuber PewDiePie reacted harshly to the 2018 iteration of YouTube Rewind.

On December 6, 2018, YouTube Rewind 2018: Everyone Controls Rewind was uploaded to the YouTube Spotlight channel. The video prominently featured references to the video game Fortnite and starred personalities such as Will SmithTwitch streamer NinjaMarques BrownleeTrevor Noahand John Oliver. [26] It is the first video in the YouTube Rewind series to feature a combination of animation and live-action sequences.

Like The Shape of 2017Everyone Controls Rewind was universally panned and received mostly backlash from YouTubers and viewers alike, with many YouTubers calling it the “worst Rewind ever”. [27][28][29][30][31][32][33] Criticisms ranged from the inclusion of celebrities not predominantly part of YouTube (such as Will Smith, John Oliver, Ninja, and Trevor Noah) as well as the exclusion of Shane Dawson and PewDiePie (the former having made a viral documentary focusing on Jake Paul and the latter having gained over 5 million subscribers in a single month in response to the surge of subscribers for the T-Series YouTube channel. )[34]

Other criticisms viewers voiced with the video included what they had seen as the video’s overuse of some trends, including the video game Fortnite and K-popas well as the lack of variety of other references. It was also prominently criticized for its social commentary, which some felt was shoehorned into the video. A point of specific criticism was that Everyone Controls Rewind was seen by some to promote the behavioral health services of BetterHelpdespite the controversy surrounding the company. Others were angered that the video never brought up the deaths of Stephen HawkingAviciiTotalBiscuitStefán Karl StefánssonMac MillerStan LeeXXXTentacion and Stephen Hillenburgdespite each of their deaths having made a major impact on the YouTube community. [35][36]

Everyone Controls Rewind incorporated user comment suggestions as a part of the video, although many viewers stated that the trends that the video included were unpopular to majority of the community, calling YouTube “out of touch” with its viewers and their interests. Julia Alexander of The Verge suggested that YouTube Rewind had intentionally left out the biggest moments on the platform in 2018 in an attempt to appease worried advertisers over controversies that had plagued the platform over the past 2 years: “it’s […] increasingly apparent, however, that YouTube is trying to sell a culture that’s different from the one millions of people come to the platform for, and that’s getting harder for both creators and fans to swallow”. [37]

YouTuber PewDiePie criticized Everyone Controls Rewindstating: “I’m almost glad I’m not in it, because it’s such a cringy video at this point”. [38][39]

While Everyone Controls Rewind received 1.7 million likes, it has amassed over 5.3 million dislikes, making it the 2nd most disliked YouTube video of all time. [40][41][42]Everyone Controls Rewind amassed 29.4 million views within 24 hours of release, making it the 13th most-viewed YouTube video in the first 24 hours. [43]

Series videos

Video Upload date Views (millions) Likes (thousands) Dislikes (thousands) Like percentage Dislike percentage IMDb rating[citation needed]
Season 1
“YouTube Rewind 2010: Year in Review”[2][1] December 13, 2010[a] 4.45 31.50 2.57 92.46% 7.54% N/A
“YouTube Rewind 2011”[8] December 20, 2011 10.30 69.63 78.19 47.10% 52.90% N/A
Season 2
“Rewind YouTube Style 2012”[13] December 17, 2012 188.12 1258.09 79.15 94.08% 5.92% 6.6 (123 reviews)
“YouTube Rewind: What Does 2013 Say?”[44] December 11, 2013 128.48 1344.96 72.87 94.86% 5.14% 6.7 (92 reviews)
“YouTube Rewind: Turn Down for 2014”[14] December 9, 2014 127.45 1459.25 72.96 95.24% 4.76% 6.4 (174 reviews)
“YouTube Rewind: Now Watch Me 2015 | #YouTubeRewind”[45] December 9, 2015 142.78 2596.81 192.58 93.10% 6.90% 5.5 (55 reviews)
“YouTube Rewind: The Ultimate 2016 Challenge | #YouTubeRewind”[16] December 7, 2016 224.15 3483.33 531.28 86.77% 13.23% 1.7 (111 reviews)
“YouTube Rewind: The Shape of 2017 | #YouTubeRewind”[46] December 6, 2017 209.11 3823.98 1987.44 65.80% 34.20% 1.3 (133 reviews)
“YouTube Rewind 2018: Everyone Controls Rewind | #YouTubeRewind”[47] December 6, 2018 67.20 1744.62 5144.90 25.85% 74.68% TBA
Behind the Scenes
“Behind the Scenes + Outtakes from Rewind YouTube Style 2012”[48] December 17, 2012 3.58 44.42 1.46 96.82% 3.18% N/A
“Making of YouTube Rewind: What Does 2013 Say?”[49] December 11, 2013 3.54 49.26 1.91 96.27% 3.73% N/A
“YouTube Rewind 2014: Behind the Scenes”[50] December 9, 2014 5.39 99.79 1.88 98.15% 1.85% N/A
“YouTube Rewind 2015: Behind the Scenes | #YouTubeRewind”[51] December 9, 2015 6.21 145.81 2.11 98.73% 1.43% N/A
“YouTube Rewind 2016: Behind the Scenes | #YouTubeRewind”[52] December 7, 2016 7.31 150.85 5.36 96.57% 3.43% N/A
“YouTube Rewind 2017: Behind the Scenes | #YouTubeRewind”[53] December 6, 2017 5.96 161.91 20.57 88.73% 11.27% N/A
“YouTube Rewind 2018: Behind the Scenes | #YouTubeRewind”[54] December 6, 2018 2.54 57.61 100.53 36.43% 63.57% N/A
Others
“YouTube Rewind 2016: Unboxing the Cube in 360° #YouTubeRewind”[55] December 7, 2016 1.63 26.55 2.92 90.09% 9.91% N/A
“YouTube Rewind 2016: Epic Group Running Man Challenge in 360° #YouTubeRewind”[56] December 7, 2016 5.74 52.92 10.31 83.69% 16.31% N/A
Totals and Average Like and Dislike Percentage 1133.38 16502.98 7749.81 68.05% 31.95%
As of 8 December 2018

Guests

Released videos

Overview

Season 1 (2010–11)

Season 2 (2012–present)

Notes

  1. ^ Uploaded to YouTube Spotlight on December 12 and YouTube Trends on December 13, 2010

References

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