Pop Goes The News — The season 6 premiere of Game of Thrones on April 24 was quite possibly the most Canadian episode ever.

It was directed by a native of Ontario, partly filmed in Alberta, and packed with visual effects done in British Columbia and Quebec. It was also subsidized by Canadian taxpayers.

Pop Goes The News — ABC’s hit drama series Quantico is moving out of Montreal.

The sophomore season will be shot entirely in New York City, state governor Andrew Cuomo announced Friday — a day after filming of season one wrapped in Montreal.

Pop Goes The News — Production of the new Star Trek series for CBS will beam down into Toronto this fall.

Studio space, beginning in September, has been booked for the first Star Trek series since Enterprise ended its four-season run in 2005.

Pop Goes The News — Stars of the hit ABC series Quantico settled down Saturday in a Montreal park to play a popular board game.

Josh Hopkins, Jake McLaughlin, Graham Rogers and Samantha Kumiko played two games of Settlers of Catan in the Old Port district of Montreal.

Pop Goes The News — Actress Lea Michele is paying tribute to her late boyfriend, Canada’s Cory Monteith, in a permanent way.

The Scream Queens star revealed on social media Tuesday that she had the number “5” tattooed on her body.

Pop Goes The News — Canadian actor Frank McAnulty died Sunday, according to friends. He was 60.

The Second City veteran had small roles in TV series like Schitt’s Creek and Covert Affairs and appeared in made-in-Toronto films like 2008’s Kit Kittredge: An American Girl.