Fox has sold exclusive cable rights to the hit show Bones. According to Variety, neither distributor Twentieth TV nor TNT were willing to discuss details of the exclusive rights, but it is estimated to be in the range of $400,000 and $450,000 per episode.

Bones, now in it's third year, is a show based around a female forensic anthropologist. Emily Deschanel stars as the forensic expert and co-star David Boreanaz portrays an FBI agent. TNT is hoping that the addition of Bones to it's schedule will help boost future program ratings.

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TNT will begin to run the series Bones Tuesday at 10 p.m.