Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., has acquired the network television premiere rights to the new Will Smith comedy "Hitch," the network said Monday.

The announcement came one day after "Hitch" set a record for the largest opening by a romantic comedy, with a weekend take estimated at $45.3 million. The PG-13 film features Smith as an advisor to men on matters of love who cannot get his technique to work for him when he falls for a gossip columnist.

In addition to the network TV premiere rights for "Hitch," TBS also acquired rights to two other Columbia Pictures properties -- "The Grudge" and "Spanglish."

The announcement did not disclose the amount of money TBS paid for the rights to the movies, which are scheduled to become available to TBS and TNT in 2007.