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What to Watch on Tuesday: ‘Game of Silence’ debuts on NBC

(L-R) David Lyons as Jackson Brooks, Michael Raymond-James as Gil Harris and Larenz Tate as Shawn Polk in “Game of Silence.”
(L-R) David Lyons as Jackson Brooks, Michael Raymond-James as Gil Harris and Larenz Tate as Shawn Polk in “Game of Silence.” Bob Mahoney/NBC

Game of Silence (10 p.m., NBC) – In this new drama (an adaptation of a Turkish series), childhood friends have to confront their past when a 25-year-old wrong upends their lives and sets them on a mission for revenge. Moves to its regular timeslot on Thursday.

Also on tonight . . .

iZombie (8 p.m., CW) – Two new episodes end Season 2. In the finale, Liv, Babineaux and Major crash Vaughn’s Super Max Rager party.

Jackie Robinson (9 p.m., UNC-TV) – The Ken Burns documentary series ends with Robinson using his fame to speak out against injustice.

Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD (9 p.m., ABC) – The team hunts for information on a new enemy.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine (9:30 p.m., Fox) – Capt. Holt enlists an old friend (Dennis Haysbert, “24”) in the FBI for help with a difficult heist.

Awkward (10 p.m., MTV) – Jake secures shifts for Jenna and Tamara at the country club, and Sully’s plans for an after-hours party on the golf course lead to fireworks.

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