9 Iconic Parodies By ‘The Hillywood Show’!

The iconic siblings, Hilly and Hannah Hindi, have been around for the longest time on YouTube and have crafted some of the best musical parodies of your favorite shows, featuring cameos from your favorite celebs.

If you don’t know about The Hillywood Show and its amazing viral parodies on YouTube, you have been missing out! They will be releasing a new parody from the famously acclaimed Good Omens TV show on May 10th, so if you’re new, follow along to discover nine of their amazing parodies!

Twilight Saga

If you’re a fan of Hillywood you most likely were introduced to their channel with their parody of the Twilight Saga. This parody, like many of theirs, is often very screen accurate, especially with their costumes, lighting, and set design. They also include many musical numbers and dances in their parodies, as well as catchy versions of popular songs. These sisters have everything down to the core.

The Vampire Diaries

The Hillywood Show made a beautiful parody of The Vampire Diaries, and it certainly ate. This parody is perfect if you’re a fan of the original show we promise you will love it.

Harry Potter

Calling all Potterheads! If you love anything, Harry Potter, you are going to want to watch this parody! This parody contains a rendition of a very popular song that we know you still have in the back of your mind. Their take on Rebecca Black’s ‘Friday’ is one of the best versions you’ll want to hear when you go on your side quests.

Hunger Games

We know you are all looking forward to The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes film coming out on November 17, 2023, but until then, we have a splendid Hunger Games parody you will want to feast your eyes on. We love how funny this parody of the film is with the character Caesar Flickerman. A fashion, who, what, and wear moment from the iconic film that features the interview scene in the first film, iconic!

Warm Bodies

Do you remember the iconic film about a zombie and human interaction called Warm Bodies? The Hindi sister’s parody of this film is one of our favorites. We can’t stop admiring how well they craft their parodies, and you can always tell how much heart and love go into their productions.

Pirates of The Caribbean

If you’re a fan of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, you definitely know that Jack Sparrow does not play when it comes to his rum; and that as much as he likes his women, he loves his drink of choice more and gets very upset if there is none. If you want a fun take on the character’s love for all things rum and piracy, definitely check out this parody; it is a hilarious take on the character using Adam Lambert’s “If I Had You.” A very upbeat and on theme song for the parody.

Sherlock Holmes

We’re calling all Sherlock fans because we have a mystery to solve! If you are a fan of this mystery show, chances are you will recognize many of the shooting locations for this parody. With a take on solving mysteries using Macklemore’s “Thrift Shop” song, this parody is just as catchy as it will leave you with an urgency to solve a mystery case.

Suicide Squad

We love a good Joker and Harlequin moment as much as anyone else, and Hillywood does a great job showcasing their love in this “Judas” by Lady Gaga rendition of their relationship. A forbidden love story between the two with a musical and dance twist.


Swifties and the SPN family unite! This musical parody of Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off” will leave you wanting more Supernatural. A pop icon, a popular supernatural TV show, and the creativity of two sisters and their team leave you with an amazing parody rendition. If that was not enough Supernatural for you. We also have a second one with Sam and Dean Winchester, who are out to bust some ghosts for you! With special cameos from Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, and Misha Collins on this parody. Their take on the Ghost Buster’s theme song is one you don’t want to miss as they catch those pesky ghosts.

We have got to say that we love each parody that The Hillywood Show has created over the years and are so excited to see the Good Omens parody coming soon!

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Annel Then

Annel Then is a content writer and Media Communications and Journalism scholar. She previously interned at Young Hollywood and created her own website Red Truth about up-and-coming talent.