Since there's already a strong Canadian theme, I'll add ReGenesis. One of my favourite shows of all time and Canada's best (only?) attempt at a premium cable show. It focuses on a virology-microbiology lab that deals with stuff like bioterrorism. Lots of (mostly) realistic science and phenomenal acting. Really digs into the moral and ethical ramifications of what we're able to accomplish through science. It's also probably Ellen Page's breakout role.It's currently on Prime video and the Roku Channel. I might have to immediately rewatch all four seasons since there is nothing else at all on TV these days.
Walnut Frey said:
The RichesThis is one of those shows that I rented on a whim and ended up loving it. Starring Eddie Izzard and Minnie Driver as Gypsy drifters that steak the identities of a family they find in a car accident. And they spend the whole show trying now to get caught while living the rich life, and they deal with Gypsy family members wanting a bit of their riches. TerriersI just love shows that only last about one to two seasons but here’s another one. Donal Logue is one of the most underrated character actors of the last two decades. The ultimate “that guy” actor and this show, premiering around the time of breaking bad’s hype, was a great one that got cut too early. The writing was dark, funny, and smartly written and the supporting cast is very strong. FX did this one dirty.
Dead to Me on Netflix - it's sort of on the radar I guess as season 2 just came out. The plot is very twisty in a fun way. Sometimes it can be a wee bit melodramatic, but it is a weird and fun watch. Christina Applegate really gives a good performance and really the whole cast is solid. There are two short seasons out now so a good binge for people stuck at home.