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Shark Tank / 8:00pm (7) The Tank has an ex­tra Shark in this episode, since rather than five, six po­ten­tial in­vestors hear the ideas. One of the as­pir­ing mar­keters gets a hand from some­one: An­to­nio Brown of the Pitts­burgh Steel­ers, who helps pitch a Mas­sachusetts in­ven­tor’s shoe slides. Also, an Illi­nois teen presents her app in­tended to com­bat cy­ber­bul­ly­ing. Pan­elists in­clude Mark Cuban and Bar­bara Cor­co­ran.

11th An­nual ACM Hon­ors / 9:00pm (13) Taped sev­eral weeks ear­lier at Nashville’s Ry­man Au­di­to­rium, this event cel­e­brates iconic tal­ents such as Dolly Par­ton, Reba McEn­tire and Ge­orge Strait — as well as Toby Keith, Kelsea Bal­lerini and the tele­vi­sion se­ries “Nashville.” Lori McKenna be­comes the first woman to re­ceive the cer­e­mony’s song­writer of the year award. Per­form­ers also in­clude Vince Gill, Toby Keith, Lit­tle Big Town, Maren Morris, Brad Pais­ley, Alan Jack­son and Thomas Rhett.

Evil Things / 10:00pm (TLC) 12:00am (TLC) De­monic dolls are back in vogue in North Amer­i­can cin­e­mas, but this new se­ries re­counts sto­ries from peo­ple who say they sur­vived scary brushes with the para­nor­mal linked to other cursed ob­jects. In the se­ries pre­miere, “Christ­mas Gift & Stolen Time,” a woman is de­lighted when her boyfriend gives her a cam­corder un­til it leads to a mo­ment of ter­ror on a camp­ing trip. Next, a young man comes to rue in­her­it­ing a gold pocket watch from his es­tranged fa­ther.

Room 104 / 11:30pm (HBO) 1:30am (HBO) In “Phoenix,” a new episode set in 1969, Joan (Amy Lan­decker, “Trans­par­ent”), the sole sur­vivor of a plane crash, sits in the tit­u­lar mo­tel room try­ing to de­cide whether she should go back to the ex­is­tence she had be­fore the dis­as­ter or seize this un­ex­pected op­por­tu­nity to make a fresh start with her life.

Dolly Par­ton is fea­tured in the 11th An­nual ACM Hon­ors Fri­day on CBS.

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