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What to Watch on Tuesday: Final season of ‘Justified’ begins

Timothy Olyphant (left) as Deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens and Joelle Carter as Ava Crowder in the Season 6 premiere of “Justified.”
Timothy Olyphant (left) as Deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens and Joelle Carter as Ava Crowder in the Season 6 premiere of “Justified.” Prashant Gupta/FX

Justified (10 p.m., FX) – The sixth and, sadly, final season of “Justified” begins tonight. This season, which will feature guest star Sam Elliott (sans mustache) beginning in the second episode, focuses on the marshals’ efforts to finally stop the criminal enterprises of Boyd Crowder. Tonight’s opener has Boyd planning a daring bank heist, Raylan trying turn Ava against Boyd, and Dewey Crowe getting out of prison.

Also on tonight . . .

Parks & Recreation (8 p.m., NBC) – Leslie’s team works together to strengthen her case that the Newport land should be turned into a national park. Ron fights back by bringing on a celebrity as a minority owner. At 8:30, Leslie and Ron try to work out their differences.

State of the Union Address (9 p.m.) – The president’s speech will be carried on all broadcast networks.

Secrets of the Arsenal (9 p.m., AHS) – Four stories highlight great escapes in the first season finale: a monocular that helped save a stranded pilot; the rifle that helped a WWII hero cheat death; the hand-drawn map used to destroy SAM sites; and a Saint’s medal that served as one scout pilot’s lucky charm.

Supernatural (9 p.m., CW) – After the massacre at the ranch, Sam and Dean double their efforts to find a cure for the Mark of Cain (a topic close to my heart).

Face Off (9 p.m., Syfy) – Oscar winner Rick Baker is the guest judge for the season’s first Spotlight Challenge, which has the artists working in teams to create two original alien characters.

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