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What to Watch on Thursday: Reality sets in on ‘American Crime’

(L-R): Felicity Huffman, Timothy Hutton, W. Earl Brown and Penelope Ann Miller on ABC’s “American Crime.”
(L-R): Felicity Huffman, Timothy Hutton, W. Earl Brown and Penelope Ann Miller on ABC’s “American Crime.” ABC

American Crime (10 p.m., ABC) – Thirty-six hours have passed since the murder. Barb and Russ come face-to-face with the suspects for the first time at the arraignment hearing. And as more unsettling facts are uncovered about Matt and Gwen, relations between the two sets of parents grow increasingly strained as they disagree on where Matt’s body should be buried. Elsewhere, young Tony is terrified and alone as he gets placed into juvenile detention and the gravity of the situation weighs heavy on his father.

Also on . . .

ACC Tournament (WRAL, ESPN) – Day 3 of ACC tournament play again starts at noon and continues into prime time. For a full schedule, visit theacc.com.

Dateline: The Real Blacklist (8 p.m., NBC) – A report on the 2006 poisoning death of former Russian spy and businessman Alexander Litvinenko. (The real “Blacklist” TV drama airs right after this at 9.)

Reign (9 p.m., CW) – Francis makes a surprising move after being threatened by King Antoine, and Leith makes a discovery about Greer’s new career path.

Scandal (9 p.m., ABC) – David Rosen is surprised by someone who has information about B613 that could take down the White House and hurt Pope & Associates.

The Slap (10 p.m., NBC) – Connie believes her relationship with Hector will save her from her mundane life.

Dig (10 p.m., USA) – Peter continues to search for the murderer of a young American while pursuing Yussef Khalid.

Wizard Wars (10 p.m., Syfy) – To close out the season, teams face off in a fishing-themed Wizard war, with props that include a fishing pole, a pink flamingo and a sandwich.

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