If you've been scrolling through Netflix recently, you've likely seen the new show Turn Up Charlie, starring the talented Englishman, Idris Elba.\nIt turns out Elba is not only a talented actor and one of the most beautiful people in the world, he's also a fan of Canada (!), which just multiplies his lovability.\nTo promote the new show, Elba participated in a game of "Made In Canada" with Netflix Canada. The video was posted to the Netflix Canada Twitter page.\nHilarity ensued.\nREAD ALSO: Jagmeet Singh Poses For Photo Without Turban And His Hair Is Truly Majestic\nTL;DR Idris Elba played a game of "Made In Canada" to promote his new Netflix show "Turn Up Charlie." Hilarity ensued.\nAnd now for your enjoyment: Idris Elba plays a game of Made In Canada pic.twitter.com/A6fQlqjVlh\n— Netflix Canada (@Netflix_CA) March 28, 2019\nThe game goes like this: an interviewer presents Elba with products and celebrities that he must identify as either Canadian or not with cards labelled "Yes" and "No."\nThe first object: garbage bags. Elba incorrectly assumes that garbage bags are not of Canadian origin. He responds by saying, "it's tidy in Canada!" Though we challenge him to visit Montreal after all the snow melts — the ground is covered in trash.\nView this post on Instagram We are producing this t-shirt/sweat/hoodie @2hrset and All proceeds will go towards #fazamnesty @faronalexpaul HE IS GOING INTO THE COMMUNITIES TAKING KNIVES OFF YOUNG PEOPLE WHO WANT TO STOP THE MADNESS. Available next week. Please support #dontstabyourfuture A post shared by Idris Elba (@idriselba) on Mar 28, 2019 at 1:13am PDT\nThe funniest moment is probably Elba's false assumption that Steve Carell is Canadian. Though we concur with this response from another Twitter user:\nSteve Carrel is just too nice to be American. Impossible not to think he’s Canadian 💓\n— Amanda Abreu (@amanda_posadzki) March 29, 2019\nUnfortunately all the Canadian items in the game are kind of lame: garbage bags, egg carton, fog horn.\n@idriselbaembedded via\nBut Elba clearly has a good time and holds a fondness for Canada. We hope he visits!\nYou can watch Turn Up Charlie on Netflix here!