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What to Watch on Thursday: A new season of ‘Aquarius’ on NBC

David Duchovny, left, as Sam Hodiak, and Grey Damon as Brian Shafe in “Aquarius” on NBC.
David Duchovny, left, as Sam Hodiak, and Grey Damon as Brian Shafe in “Aquarius” on NBC. Ron Batzdorff/NBC

Aquarius (9 p.m., NBC) – Season 2 opens with two new episodes. First, Det. Kodiak (David Duchovny) begins receiving packages with photos of missing young women, and later, Charlie Manson (Gethin Anthony) and his family move into his new benefactor’s home.

Home Free (9 p.m., Fox) – In the Season 2 opener, teams compete to win a dream home for their hero, unaware they’re also competing to win for themselves. Tim Tebow appears.

Life Below Zero (9 p.m., National Geographic) – As winter winds down, Alaskans encounter roadblocks in their struggle for survival. Another new episode airs at 10.

Inside Amy Schumer (10 p.m., Comedy Central) – Season 4 ends with guest host Andy Cohen presenting clips from all four seasons of the show.

Note: The documentary series “O.J.: Made in America,” which has been airing nightly on ESPN, resumes Friday and Saturday (finale). In case you missed it, here’s review for “O.J.: Made in America.”

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