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What to Watch on Thursday: Bruce heads back to ‘Sweden’ in season finale

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Greg Poehler (left) as Bruce Evans and Amy Poehler as herself in the Season 1 finale of “Welcome to Sweden.”

Welcome to Sweden (9pm, NBC) - Season 1 ends tonight with two back-to-back episodes. In the first, Bruce returns to America to help his former client, Amy Poehler, resolve her financial woes. At 9:30, Bruce lands in a compromising position with Aubrey Plaza and must then overcome obstacles to return to Emma in Sweden. NBC recently announced they’ll pick this up for a second season.

Also on tonight . . .

Defiance (8pm, Syfy ) - The second season comes to a close with two new episodes. At 8, Nolan races to save Tommy’s life and stop Irisa. At 9, Nolan fights both the Earth Republic and old acquaintances to stop Irisa’s destructive plan from becoming a reality.

North Carolina Weekend (9pm, UNC-TV) - This week’s show spends a fair amount of time in Wake County. Look for segments on Burning Coal Theater and the N.C. Gourd Festival in Raleigh, and at Fortnight Brewing Company in Cary.

Project Runway (9pm, Lifetime) - The designers create unconventional wedding dresses. Dita Von Teese and Chiara Ferragni are the guest judges.

Satisfaction (10pm, USA) - Neil struggles to meet a deadline at work while Grace and Anika visit a college.

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