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What to Watch on Wednesday: Dick Wolf’s new ‘Chicago Justice’ on NBC

Philip Winchester, left, as Peter Stone, and Carl Weathers as Mark Jeffries in the new series “Chicago Justice” on NBC.
Philip Winchester, left, as Peter Stone, and Carl Weathers as Mark Jeffries in the new series “Chicago Justice” on NBC. Matt Dinerstein/NBC

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.

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.

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