TV TOP picks
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.