Orphan Black is about clones and conspiracies. Part of the series' appeal is doubtless its gimmick. The twinning process -- wherein an actor plays opposite himself -- has been around for decades, but Orphan Black does it better than almost anything before. Even when the clones hand each other glasses you forget special effects are involved!
Captain Canuck was the first Canadian super hero since the 1940s. And he's the Grand Old Man compared to later characters like Northguard or the American-published Vindicator/Guardian (or whatever he/she's called these days) of Alpha Flight. And this Canada Day, he returns in his very own web series.
Truly, this joint BBC America/Space Channel venture is what productive TV collaborations should aspire to. It's like the joining together of all of western civilization: you can literally sense the Britishness in the show's aesthetics (not unlike Doctor Who), the Canadianness in the cast and scenery (shot in a very gritty Toronto) and the American touches of fast action and zippy, perfect dialogue.