While neither of these new OSS 117 parodies are covering particularly new ground, they are genuinely funny and they both feature a great comic lead performance by Jean Dujardin. The first film also goes beyond just parodying the sexism of the spy genre by addressing post-colonial racism inherent in the genre as well.
OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies (Michel Hazanavicius, France, 2006, 99 minutes)
Netflix: This parody of the original "OSS 117" series of the mid-20th century follows OSS agent 117 (Jean Dujardin) as he is sent to investigate the disappearance of fellow agent Jack Jefferson (Philippe Lefebvre), along with a Russian cargo ship, from Cairo. While on his mission, OSS 117 becomes entangled in a web of international espionage involving French, Russian, Egyptian, Belgian and neo-Nazi representatives, while also juggling multiple romances. Netflix link.
OSS 117: Lost in Rio (Michel Hazanavicius, France, 2009, 100 minutes)
Netflix: When outrageously chauvinistic French secret agent OSS 117 (Jean Dujardin) journeys to Cold War-era Rio de Janeiro to recover a top-secret microfilm, gorgeous Israeli Nazi-hunter Dolorès Koulechov (Louise Monot) joins in the quest. But as the pair zero in on their quarry, the hapless Frenchman's disdain for Koulechov's gender and nationality threaten their mission. Michel Hazanavicius directs this delightful parody of James Bond-esque films. Netflix link.