Chicago Justice (10 p.m., NBC) – Chicago has been very, very good to Dick Wolf. For his newest Chi-Town series, the action is set in the Illinois State’s Attorney’s office. In the first episode (technically a preview, with an official premiere episode set for Sunday, March 5), Peter Stone and his team try to bring a warehouse arsonist to justice. Local programming note: This episode is part of a three-part crossover with “Chicago Fire” and “Chicago PD,” but WRAL will have ACC basketball at 8 p.m. So the first two shows will air on the WRAL2 channel (over the air channel 5.2 or Time Warner Cable channel 1255. Not available on AT&T UVerse.). “Chicago Justice” is back on WRAL, in its entirety, when the game ends. Or you can watch ’em all on NBC.com on Thursday or on WRAL Saturday at 8 p.m.
Also on tonight . . .
Arrow (8 p.m., The CW) – Vigilante attacks Oliver while he’s acting as the mayor.
When We Rise (9 p.m., ABC) – In the second episode, Cleve, Ken and Roma band together to fight Proposition 6, which would ban homosexuals and their allies from working in public schools.
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The Kalief Browder Story (10 p.m., Spike) – The first episode of a 6-part documentary about a 22-year-old man who was arrested at the age of 16 on false charges of robbery and imprisoned without a conviction for three years.
Suits (10 p.m., USA) – In the Season 6 finale, Mike needs Harvey and Rachel’s help to overcome an impossible obstacle and achieve his dream of becoming a lawyer.