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What to Watch on Thursday: A strong ‘Catch’ from Shondaland

(L-R): Mireille Enos, Rose Rollins, Jay Hayden and Elvy Yost in “The Catch” on ABC.
(L-R): Mireille Enos, Rose Rollins, Jay Hayden and Elvy Yost in “The Catch” on ABC. ABC

The Catch (10 p.m., ABC) – Filling the “How to Get Away With Murder” time-slot is another Shondaland show, this one starring Mireille Enos (“The Killing,” “Big Love”) as a fraud investigator who gets conned by her fiancé, played by Peter Krause (“Parenthood,” “Six Feet Under”) – and she’ll stop at nothing to track his sorry behind and get revenge. It also stars Sonya Walger (“Lost”) and was executive produced by Shonda Rhimes. It’s fast-paced and smart. This is going to be a fun one. (Check out the San Francisco Chronicle review of “The Catch.”)

Also on tonight . . .

NCAA Basketball (CBS, TBS) – Sweet Sixteen games start tonight. Of local interest, Duke plays Oregon at 9:45 on TBS.

Fantastic Lies (9 p.m., ESPN2) – If you missed the Duke lacrosse documentary when it debuted a couple weeks back, it airs again tonight.

Baskets (10 p.m., FX) – In the Season 1 finale, Chip’s mom (Louie Anderson) adjusts to life as a diabetic (I’m sure they sell sugar-free candy at Costco) and Chip (Zach Galifianakis) hits rock bottom.

Sisters in Law (10 p.m., WeTV) – A new reality show set in Houston following a group of elite high-powered black female lawyers juggling families, busy careers and social lives.

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