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 star Pamela Anderson took her campaign against foie gras to the floor of France’s parliament on Tuesday.

The 48-year-old animal rights advocate spoke to politicians in support of a Bill to ban the force-feeding of ducks and geese to produce the liver delicacy.

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 — Canada’s Jean-Marc Vallée will direct all seven episodes of the new HBO limited series Big Little Lies, the network announced Thursday.

The Montreal-based filmmaker will also be an executive producer of the series, along with Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman and their respective producing partners Bruno Papandrea and Per Saari.

Pop Goes The News — The TV remake of cult classic Rocky Horror Picture Show will be filmed in Toronto next year.

Cameras will roll on the two-hour TV movie for Fox beginning in March.