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Nabs rights to 'Bones,' 'Family Guy,' 'Prison'

TORONTO — Canadian network Canwest has nabbed online streaming rights to several hit Fox shows, including “Bones,” “Family Guy,” “Prison Break” and “24.” Beginning this weekend, Canuck viewers can catch full-length episodes of a range of shows via the digital portals of the Canwest networks Global (GlobalTV.com) and E! (eonline.com), with content from season six of “24” available to mobile users as of Nov. 23, the preem date of the “24: Redemption” feature.

“This Fox partnership rounds out our robust line up of streaming rights for major U.S. network hit shows,” said Canwest exec VP of content Barbara Williams. “We are offering our viewers unique and compelling content around their favorite shows, enhanced entertainment on their mobile devices and all 24/7.”

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