Oz webs divvy up Fox skeins

Feevee and Ten announce TV line-up

SYDNEY — Feevee operator Foxtel and terrestrial web Ten have announced how they are going to divide the spoils of their deal with 20th Century Fox Television.

Pair inked a unique joint deal with the studio last year that allowed both to take first-run series, though how they would decide the split has been kept under wraps.

Foxtel will get first dibs on Farrelly Brothers skein “The Rules for Starting Over” and cop drama “K-Ville,” both of which will air on the feevee within 24 hours of their U.S. debuts.

Ten has snagged Kelsey Grammer starrer “Back To You,” crime skein “Women’s Murder Club” and “Journeyman” for its 2007 sked. Web will air “Rules” and “K-Ville” in 2008.

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