Online movie service CinemaNow said on Tuesday it will begin selling selected films and television shows from Fox Entertainment Group, including movies and the television library of Twentieth Century Fox.

Beginning on Tuesday, CinemaNow customers will be able to choose from a wide selection of Twentieth Century Fox movies, a unit of News Corp. (NWS), said in a statement.

Television product, including shows from Fox Broadcasting Co., FX, FUEL TV and SPEED, will be available beginning in July, the company said.

TV shows being offered include the first season of "24" and "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," among others, the company said.

Initial movies to be offered include "The Ringer" and "Cheaper by the Dozen 2," it said.

The new content follows recent agreements CinemaNow reached with Warner Bros., a unit of Time Warner Inc. (TWX), for its films and TV shows, and with The Walt Disney Co. (DIS) for its movies.

FOXNews.com and Twentieth Century Fox are both owned and operated by News Corporation.