Look: Netizens come up with parody #NetflixPHShows

enablePagination: false
maxItemsPerPage: 10
maxPaginationLinks: 10

The hashtag #NetflixPHShows was the second most talked about topic in the country, following news of the streaming video-on-demand service's entry in the country.

Metro Manila (CNN Philippines) — News of Netflix's entry in the Philippines got Twitter abuzz.

Related: Netflix debuts in the Philippines with one-month free trial

Using the hashtag #NetflixPHShows, some netizens got creative and parodied popular U.S. shows by giving it a Filipino twist. It was the second most talked about topic on Twitter on Thursday (January 7).

Jurassic World, the universe rather #NetflixPHShows

— Heaven Leonethe (@MariaHeavenK) January 7, 2016

Game of Thrones: Miss PH and Miss Colombia #NetflixPHShows

— Laurenz Angelo Teves (@laurenzteves) January 7, 2016

The Flash #NetflixPHShows pic.twitter.com/6TZpahbY62

— Francis (@ulessssomg) January 7, 2016

Related: 'Terribly honest human mistake': Miss Universe 2015 host apologizes for blunder

Issues hounding the country such as the "tanim bala" scheme, slow Internet, and even EDSA traffic weren't spared.

Project Railway #NetflixPHShows pic.twitter.com/XzPTDcaC62

— Ivy Soriano (@ivyysor) January 7, 2016

With the upcoming elections, those in the presidential race and other political figures also got lampooned.

Grace Anatomy #NetflixPHShows pic.twitter.com/RdbgOzoytm

— KAYE (@QuenElizabeth13) January 7, 2016

How to Get Away with Plunder, Graft, Corruption, Murder, Arson, Illegal Possession of Firearms, and Concubinage #netflixPH #Netflixphshows

— Obi Wan Cannot Be (@moki_doki) January 7, 2016

The Office (of the President) #NetflixPHShows pic.twitter.com/VBDMqfqPqI

— ️ (@raintomista) January 7, 2016

Amazing Race: Halalan 2016 #NetflixPHShows

— Makoi del Sur (@makoiEw) January 7, 2016

On Wednesday, Netflix announced that it has expanded its streaming video-on-demand service to 130 new countries — the Philippines included.