Two Supernatural alum to appear in next The Hillywood Show parody

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The Hillywood Show has another parody coming. This time it’s all about The Umbrella Academy, but there will be a Supernatural connection.

You’ve seen the two Supernatural parodies from The Hillywood Show. Now it’s time to see the sisters do a parody of another show. Don’t worry, there’s still a Supernatural connection.

Matt Cohen and Tahmoh Penikett will be part of the parody, which is focused on Netflix’s The Umbrella Academy. The Hillywood Show tweeted about the upcoming parody, tagging both actors into the tweet as their guest stars. Penikett will play Number One (Luther) and Cohen will play Number Four (Klaus). It looks like Hilly is playing Number Five, who doesn’t have a name since he went missing before they all got their world-friendly names.

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You’ll notice from the tweet that Number Six is missing. Those who have watched the series know that Number Six (Ben) was killed sometime after Five went missing, but he does appear in the series. Only Klaus can see him, which is probably why we don’t get to see him in the tweet.

This isn’t the first time someone from our favorite series turns up in one of the parodies from The Hillywood Show. The first time was when the sisters parodied The Walking Dead, with Osric Chau appearing. After that, Richard Speight Jr. and Kim Rhodes appeared in the Stranger Things parody. Of course, a number of the stars have had roles in both SPN parodies, and we can thank Chau and Speight Jr. for that happening.

For those who can’t wait for The Umbrella Academy, there isn’t much longer. It will be released on Nov. 21.

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What do you think of The Hillywood Show’s parodies? Are you ready for the next? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

The Umbrella Academy parody from The Hillywood Show will be available on Nov. 21 on YouTube.