Pop Goes The News — Zachary Levi returns to TV as part of the ensemble cast of the highly anticipated series Heroes Reborn.

The 13-episode follow-up to Heroes, which ran for four seasons beginning in 2006, will have its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival and will premiere on NBC on Sept. 24, only days after production is scheduled to wrap in Toronto.

Pop Goes The News — Canadian retailer Roots launched a campaign Wednesday that showcases homegrown artists like Francesco Yates, Brett Kissel and Hannah Georgas.

The #sweatstyle campaign, which also features k-os, Sophie Pelletier, Dave Monks of Tokyo Police Club, and Kira Isabella, will be shown in Roots stores in Canada, the U.S. and Asia as well as on transit shelters in several Canadian cities.

Pop Goes The News — Canada will be represented next month at the East Russia Economic Forum — by former Baywatch star Pamela Anderson.

The forum is taking place Sept. 3 to 5 in Vladivostok, a city not far from Russia’s borders with North Korea and China.

Pop Goes The News — Vancouver’s airport has been named one of the world’s top airports by one of Britain’s most popular newspapers.

Vancouver International Airport ranks No. 8 on a list compiled by the Daily Mail.

Pop Goes The News — Rap superstar Drake’s If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late has become the first album released this year to sell a million copies in the U.S.

According to Nielsen Music, the album sold 8,000 units in the week that ended Friday, putting it just over 1 million.

Pop Goes The News — Jennifer Lawrence, who is in Montreal shooting X-Men: Apocalypse, stopped by the city’s Shriners Hospital for Children on Friday.

“A very special visitor came by to see some of our patients,” reads a message on the hospital’s Facebook page.