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New Girl / 8:00pm (5) The “girl,” mean­ing Jess (Zooey Deschanel), may be not so “new” any­more ... in­di­cated by this fi­nale of the show’s sixth sea­son, “Five Stars for Beezus.” How­ever, her love life may take a turn as she de­bates telling Nick (Jake John­son) how she feels about him. He has other con­cerns, though, as he preps for a big meet­ing with a pub­lisher.

NCIS / 8:00pm (13) A hacker sends time-de­layed mal­ware into a vice ad­mi­ral’s computer, giv­ing McGee (Sean Mur­ray) and the rest of the team limited time to find the per­pe­tra­tor be­fore the of­fi­cial’s files are deleted — un­less a ran­som is paid — in the new episode “A Bowl of Cher­ries.” Alex’s (Jen­nifer Es­pos­ito) mother, played by Os­car­win­ning guest star Mercedes Ruehl, needs her daugh­ter’s help. Mark Har­mon and Pauley Per­rette also star.

Rebel / 8:00pm (BET) Continuing its ini­tia­tive to beef up its scripted pro­gram con­tent, BET launches this new pres­tige police drama from pro­ducer-di­rec­tor John Sin­gle­ton (“Boyz n the Hood”), which deals with the in­ter­nal con­flict of­fi­cers of color strug­gle with in a time when some de­part­ments are rife with mis­con­duct. Theater ac­tress Danielle Mone Truitt makes her TV se­ries de­but as Re­becca “Rebel” Knight, an Oakland, Calif., police of­fi­cer; the ensem­ble also fea­tures Gian­carlo Es­pos­ito (“Break­ing Bad”), Mykelti Williamson, Cliff “Method Man” Smith and Bran­don Quinn.

iZom­bie / 9:00pm (50) The se­ri­o­comic se­ries’ third sea­son be­gins with “Heaven Just Got a Lit­tle Bit Smoother,” an ironic ti­tle since Liv (Rose McIver) finds a sur­plus of zom­bies in Seattle. Many of them are be­ing prepped by a pri­vate con­trac­tor to be mem­bers of an army of the un­dead. Still shunned by many, though he was cleared of be­ing the Chaos Killer, Ma­jor (Robert Buckley) man­ages to find em­ploy­ment.

Rose McIver stars in “iZom­bie” Tues­day on The CW.

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