Pop Goes The News — Toronto animation studio Cuppa Coffee will produce a holiday special based on actor David Duchovny’s best selling book Holy Cow.

The company and California-based Planet Grande are teaming up on the stop-motion animation project, which will be scripted by Billy Frolick (Madagascar).

Pop Goes The News — Howie Mandel, the Canadian judge on America’s Got Talent, said Tuesday he wasn’t thinking when he praised a contestant for making bulimia “entertaining.”

The 59-year-old Toronto native made the comment after a performance by professional “regurgitator” Stevie Starr.

Pop Goes The News — Environmental activist and TV personality David Suzuki said in an interview published Monday he wouldn’t bring children into today’s world.

“Knowing what I know now, I wouldn’t,” the father of five told Nuvo magazine. “Overpopulation is one of the problems.

Pop Goes The News — Canadian actor Kevin Zegers and his wife Jaime Feld welcomed twin girls Zoe Madison and Blake Everleigh.

The 30-year-old native of Woodstock, Ont., shared the happy news Thursday night on Twitter.

Pop Goes The News — A dance crew from Canada was eliminated Wednesday night from America’s Got Talent.

DM Nation, an all-female troupe from Lévis, Que., failed to get enough viewer votes to be one of seven acts on Tuesday’s live show from New York’s iconic Radio City Music Hall to advance.

Pop Goes The News — Canadian actor Devon Sawa is back in his native country this week to star in an episode of a new series for U.S. cable channel Investigation Discovery.

Real Detective is an eight-part series about real-life American detectives and their most compelling cases. It recently began production in Montreal.