Pop Goes The News — The weak Canadian dollar, lucrative tax incentives, and world-class facilities and crews are attracting a wave of U.S. television productions to Toronto.

More than half a dozen projects for networks like ABC, CBS and Fox are scheduled to start shooting in Southern Ontario before summer.

Pop Goes The News — Actor Kiefer Sutherland is coming home to play the U.S. president.

The 49-year-old, who grew up in Toronto, will shoot his new ABC drama series Designated Survivor in the city.

Pop Goes The News — Canadian filmmaker Xavier Dolan is once again modelling for luxury brand Louis Vuitton.

The 26-year-old Mommy director appears in a new worldwide campaign sporting pieces from the spring/summer 2016 collection by men’s style director Kim Jones.

This post has been updated with new developments. Contrary to some reports, Pop Goes The News was first to report on the allegations on Jan. 19 at 1:34 p.m.

Pop Goes The News — Amy Schumer took to Twitter and the airwaves on Wednesday to defend herself against allegations that she stole material from three veteran comedians.

The PR move came a day after comics Kathleen MadiganWendy Liebman and Tammy Pescatelli seemed to back off from the allegations against Schumer.

Pop Goes The News — Canadian actor Jacob Tremblay’s performance in Room has earned the 9-year-old a 2016 Dorian Awards nomination.

Canada’s Emma Donoghue, who wrote Room, is also among the nominations announced Tuesday by the Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association (GALECA).

Pop Goes The News — Sunday night’s Golden Globe Awards show is a glitzy champagne-fueled kick-off to Hollywood awards season with stars of film and television tearfully thanking the Hollywood Foreign Press for the honours.

But viewers should take the awards with a huge grain of salt.