What to Watch on Friday: Millan to the rescue on ‘Cesar 911’

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Cesar 911 (9pm, Nat Geo Wild) - In this new series, dog expert Cesar Millan works with canines that are causing problems in their neighborhoods. In the opener, Cesar assists family members who are afraid of their Labrador retriever. Later, he works with an aggressive Shiba Inu.

Also on tonight . . .

Cold Justice (8pm, TNT) - In Chattanooga, Tenn., the 1997 murder of a mother of two is investigated.

Blue Bloods (10pm, CBS) - A woman calls the police and threatens to kill herself and the man who killed her parents, so Danny races to find her in time. Elsewhere, Frank goes on a field trip with Sean and tries to convince the lead chaperone to be less rigid with the kids.

Hannibal (10pm, NBC) - The team investigates a soupy crime scene as valuable evidence comes to the fore. Meanwhile, Hannibal sniffs out clues on his own, and Will continues a quest to prove his innocence.

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