Grab some popcorn and take your seat! Netflix Canada is celebrating its 10th birthday with a new Canadian collection full of shows and movies that feature talent from the True North. You could spend hours watching all of these titles.\nThis September marks a huge milestone as it's been 10 years since Netflix came up north and launched in Canada.\nWe're actually the first country that the streaming service expanded to outside of the U.S. so it's an even more special birthday.\nEditor's Choice: The 'Schitt's Creek' Cast Went To See The CN Tower Lit Up Gold & They Were Starstruck\nTo celebrate that, there's a new Canada collection with more than 300 titles that are available to users across the country starting on September 22 and it's not just Schitt's Creek.\nThere are series and movies from all different genres like sci-fi or comedy and categories like animation or Canadian talent.\nAll of them have a connection to the True North whether they were filmed here, an actor, writer or producer was born here, the animation was done in studios here and so much more.\nWith so many shows and movies available, there's a lot to choose from if you want to make your next binge watch an all Canadian affair!\nPlus, all of the titles are so easy to find since they're in their own collection.\nView this post on Instagram from toronto, with love (➡️swipe) A post shared by Netflix Canada (@netflixca) on Jul 1, 2020 at 5:48am PDT\nOf the 300 features, there are some that you'll probably recognize as being Canadian but there could be some surprises too.\nNever Have I Ever, The Matrix and Shrek star Canadian actors.\nDeadpool 2 and Anne With An "E" both also have actors who are from here but were filmed here as well.\nOther titles in the collection include Suits, Titanic, Orange Is the New Black, To All The Boys I Loved Before, La La Land, Room, Kim's Convenience, Inception, The Umbrella Academy, Arrested Development, Ghostbusters 2, The Order and of course Schitt's Creek.\nView this post on Instagram from edmonton, with love (swipe➡️) A post shared by Netflix Canada (@netflixca) on Jul 8, 2020 at 10:14am PDT\nNetflix also had a bunch of Canadian actors like Ryan Reynolds, Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, Finn Wolfhard, Antoni Porowski and more wish the streaming service a happy birthday.\nOf course, Reynolds made a quip during the video celebration.\n"Thank you for 10 years of entertainment. Well, almost 10 years. I mean, that first month... oof," he said.\nSchitt's Creek, one of the most beloved Canadian shows that's also in Netflix's collection, swept the Emmys this month.\nBoth the Toronto sign and CN Tower were lit up in gold to celebrate the show's incredible wins.