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Code Black

8 p.m. on (CTV) An­gus (Harry Ford) has mixed feel­ings when his brother (guest star Tommy Dewey), a cel­e­brated doc­tor, seeks a job at An­gels Me­mo­rial in the new episode “First Date.” Christa (Bon­nie Somerville) be­comes in­creas­ingly drawn to Neal (Raza Jaf­frey). A pa­tient (guest star Jesse Brad­ford) takes too much of an in­ter­est in Malaya (Me­lanie Chan­dra) for her com­fort. Jil­lian Mur­ray also con­tin­ues her guest role. Mar­cia Gay Har­den and Luis Guz­man also star. Dragons’ Den

8 p.m. on (CBC) In the new “Episode 12,” one en­tre­pre­neur hopes his slick moves will be enough to land him a deal, but a pitch from an­other hope­ful just in­stills panic in some of the Dragons. A com­pany with a Ma­jor League part­ner­ship re­turns with a pitch they hope will score a home run with the panel, while an­other pre­sen­ta­tion clearly has a few kinks left to work out.

The Mys­ter­ies of Laura

9 p.m. on (ASN)

Laura (De­bra Mess­ing) finds her­self in peril on her own home­front in the new episode “The Mys­tery of the Un­wel­come House­guest,” in­di­cat­ing that a sup­pos­edly solved mur­der case isn’t over yet. The ac­tual killer may make her the next vic­tim un­less her col­leagues can reach her in time — or un­less she can save her­self. Jerry O’Con­nell and Stockard Chan­ning guest star. Josh Lu­cas, Laz Alonso and Cal­lie Thorne also star.

Mid­win­ter of the Spirit

9 p.m. on (CBC)

Af­ter a heated ar­gu­ment with her mother, Mer­rily (Anna Maxwell Martin), Jane (Sally Messham) runs away in the fi­nale of this minis­eries. Huw (David Threlfall) sub­se­quently dis­cov­ers that Thomas Can­tilupe, in whom the late Canon Dobbs was so in­ter­ested, was a me­dieval de­mon hunter. Later de­vel­op­ments lead Mer­rily to re­al­ize her daugh­ter is in mor­tal dan­ger from very dark forces. 2 Broke Girls

9 p.m. on (CBS-B) Max and Caro­line (Kat Den­nings, Beth Behrs) have a hard time stay­ing in their seats when they’re given tick­ets to watch Oleg’s (Jonathan Kite) cousin’s (guest star Matt Lasky) vis­it­ing team play a game in the new episode “And the Bas­ket­ball Jones.” Mod­ern Fam­ily

10 p.m. on (ABC-B) Alex’s (Ariel Win­ter) de­ter­mi­na­tion not to turn her move to col­lege into a big pro­duc­tion leaves Phil and Claire (Ty Bur­rell, Julie Bowen) hurt in “The Day Alex Left for Col­lege.” She gives them the wrong date on pur­pose — and they don’t feel any bet­ter when Luke (Nolan Gould) prefers his pals’ com­pany at his open house.

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