Blue Bloods 8 p.m. on (CTV)), 11 p.m. on (CBS-B) Though his intentions always are good, Jamie (Will Estes) sometimes experiences unfortunate fallout, as is the case in “Loose Lips.” When he breaks up a domestic dispute, the man in question isn’t happy about it, so he sets his sights on Jamie as his next target. Henry’s (Len Cariou) trademark candor causes problems via his comments made on a tape sent to the media. James Carpinello and daytime-drama veteran Colleen Zenk (“As the World Turns”) guest star. Shark Tank 9 p.m. on (ABC-B) The Sharks reach a milestone in this encore of the 100th episode of the series, marked by all six of them — Barbara Corcoran, Mark Cuban, Lori Greiner, Robert Herjavec, Daymond John and Kevin O’Leary — appearing on the show together for the first time. They still consider others’ business proposals, but the spotlight largely is on them as they discuss their ongoing involvement in the program. There’s cake and champagne, too. (For them, anyway.) Elementary 9 p.m. on (CBS-B), (GLO), (GLO) The peril that’s following Kitty (Ophelia Lovibond) prompts her to lose some of her grip in “The One That Got Away.” In turn, Holmes and Watson (Jonny Lee Miller, Lucy Liu) work harder to identify and stop the threat. The story also dials back to the very start of Watson and Holmes’ professional connection. Stuart Townsend continues his guest role. Predestination 10 p.m. on (M1) A temporal agent (Ethan Hawke) embarks on a final time-traveling assignment to prevent an elusive criminal from launching an attack that kills thousands of people in this head-spinning 2014 Australian sci-fi film adapted by writer-director siblings Peter and Michael Spierig from a short story by Robert A. Heinlein. Noah Taylor (“Game of Thrones”) also stars in the film, which drew generally positive reviews overall, but it was young leading lady Sarah Snook in a complicated “intersex” role that dominated most of the acclaim. Killjoys 10 p.m. on (SPC) In the new episode “One Blood,” the best Killjoys from around the Quad compete in teams to find and apprehend a nigh-legendary Killjoy who has gone rogue. Khlyen (Rob Stewart) enlists Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen) to find their quarry for his own hidden purposes, forcing John and D’avin (Aaron Ashmore, Luke Macfarlane) to partner up with an old nemesis. Dark Matter 11 p.m. on (SPC) After the crew gains access at last to the secret room in the underbelly of their ship, they discover an aggressively cheerful android and an ill woman who reveals a connection to Three (Anthony Lemke), the resident bad boy of the crew. Ruby Rose guest stars in the new “Episode Seven.” Marc Bendavid and Melissa O’Neil also star.