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7 p.m. on NBC The Blacklist
Tom (Ryan Eggold) was missing from this show during the “Redemption” spinoff, and he’s absent again — but apparently not by his own volition this time — as this drama presents its fall finale, “Ian Garvey.” Liz (Megan Boone) follows his last steps before he disappeared to try to find him. The mystery of the suitcase continues even without Tom being present, and Red’s (James Spader) interest in it foreshadows a showdown for all concerned.
7 p.m. on OWN Queen Sugar 8 p.m. on PBS Beyond a Year in Space
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8:01 p.m. on DSC Bushcraft Build-Off
Primitive skills master Matt Graham hosts this new reality competition series where a lineup of elite builders undertake the challenge of their lives as they vie in a grueling, seven-day race against the clock, attempting to outdo one another with increasingly elaborate builds. One other interesting note: They’re out in the wilds, with no hardware stores in sight, so the builders can only use the natural materials they can find in their immediate surroundings. The drama wraps up another season in the new 90-minute episode “Dream Variations,” in which Charley (Dawn-Lyen Gardner) puts her relationship with Remy (Dondre T. Whitfield) in serious jeopardy as she enacts her shocking plan to save her business. Meanwhile, Ralph Angel (Kofi Siriboe) wrestles with the question of whether he can forgive Darla (Bianca Lawson).
11 p.m. on FXX You’re the Worst
Season 4 concludes with two new episodes, starting with “Like People,” which finds Gretchen (Aya Cash) spending the day with Boone (Colin Ferguson) to distract herself from thinking about her time with Jimmy (Chris Geere) the previous night. Then, in “It’s Always Been This Way,” Jimmy and Gretchen take a long drive, hoping to resolve their relationship quandary. Elsewhere, Edgar (Desmin Borges) gets some closure with Max (Johnny Pemberton), while Lindsay (Kether Donohue) figures out how to solve several problems at once. A continuation of last year’s program
A Year in Space, this new special begins with Cmdr. Scott Kelly’s return to Earth after 12 months aboard the International Space Station. Along with his fellow-astronaut twin brother Mark, he participated in post-mission medical tests to help NASA determine the effects of long-duration space travel. Two more astronauts preparing for such