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What to Watch on Thursday: A wedding – and conflict – in ‘Dominion’ finale

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(L-R) Alan Dale as General Riesen, Roxanne McKee as Claire Riesen, Luke Gale as William Whele and Anthony Head as David Whele in Syfy’s “Dominion.”

Dominion (9pm, Syfy) - In the Season 1 finale, the revelation of a higher angel’s identity puts Alex and Michael at odds, while Alex goes before the Senate to plead his case. Also, the marriage of Claire and William is followed by General Riesen’s departure from Vega; Arika meets a delegation from Helena who bring with them shocking cargo; and Gabriel raises some suspicions with his so-called surrender.

North Carolina Weekend (9pm, UNC-TV) - Tonight’s episode features segments on both Quality Grocery in Raleigh’s Oakwood neighborhood and La Farm Bakery in Cary. Getting hungry just thinking about it.

Rookie Blue (9pm, ABC) - A suspicious home invasion is investigated by Dov and Chris.

Welcome to Sweden (9pm, NBC) - Bruce has trouble fitting in with Emma’s friends due to the language barrier. NBC just picked up the second season of this series.

Project Runway (9pm, Lifetime) - Past Marie Claire magazines inspire the designers to create future looks. Guest judges are Anne Fulenwider and Amanda de Cadenet.

Satisfaction (10pm, USA) - Neil works on improving his public image while Grace makes an impulsive decision due to pressures at work.

Married (10pm, FX) - Russ and Lina deal with an overdue orthodontist bill. You have to be there.

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