MONTREAL — Leading Canuck commercial web CTV unveiled its summer sked Thursday, which will include “High School Musical: Summer Session,” the sixth season of the top-rated “Canadian Idol,” “Mad Men” and the new homegrown drama series “Flashpoint,” which will also air Stateside on CBS beginning July 11.

Also on tap for CTVglobemedia-owned CTV is the fourth season of  “So You Think You Can Dance,” which was a hit last summer, pulling in an average of 1.25 million viewers.

CTV will host the terrestrial network preem of MTV series “The Hills” and the return of “Gossip Girl.”

Gamer “Million Dollar Password” with Regis Philben is also on the way, as is the return of “The Moment of Truth” and the college drama “Greek.”

CTV will also air homegrown series, notably “Instant Star,” “Comedy Now!” and “Comedy Inc.”

“Flashpoint” is the first Canadian-produced series set to air on a U.S. network in primetime since “Due South” more than a decade back. “Flashpoint” stars Enrico Colantoni, Hugh Dillon and Amy Jo Johnson in a drama about cops in a strategic response unit in Toronto, inspired by the city’s real-life Emergency Task Force.