TV picks for the week

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Note: All times are East­ern/Pa­cific, un­less noted.

DON'T MISS: In the Sea­son 1 fi­nale of “The Neigh­bor­hood,” Dave is thrilled when Calvin in­vites him on a golf­ing trip, con­fi­dent that it rep­re­sents progress in their shaky re­la­tion­ship. Ah, but Calvin may have an ul­te­rior mo­tive. (8 p.m. Monday, CBS). Other bets:

MONDAY: “Gen­tle­man Jack” is an eightepisode drama about real-life 19th-cen­tury landowner Anne Lis­ter (Su­ranne Jones), who rou­tinely bucked so­ci­ety’s ex­pec­ta­tions. She dressed all in black, charmed her way into high so­ci­ety and set her sights on mar­ry­ing a wealthy woman. (10 p.m., HBO).

TUES­DAY: Af­ter four drama-filled sea­sons, “Be­ing Mary Jane” bids farewell with a two-hour fi­nale. Will our lead­ing lady (Gabrielle Union) ac­cept Justin’s (Michael Ealy) sur­prise pro­posal? And if so, what will his re­ac­tion be to those frozen em­bryos she had im­planted? (8 p.m., BET).

WED­NES­DAY: Brace your­self for an­other kick­butt sea­son of “Co­bra Kai.” Af­ter watch­ing Johnny (Wil­liam Zabka) claim a con­tro­ver­sial vic­tory at the All Val­ley Cham­pi­onships, Daniel (Ralph Mac­chio) opens his own karate train­ing school and a new ri­valry be­tween op­pos­ing do­jos is born. (YouTube Pre­mium).

THURS­DAY: It’s the end of the line for “Gotham.” In the se­ries fi­nale, we leap for­ward 10 years. Gor­don is now police com­mis­sioner and Pen­guin and The Rid­dler are up to no good. Now, a new fig­ure (guess who!) emerges from the shad­ows to be the hero the city des­per­ately needs. (8 p.m., Fox). THURS­DAY: All hell ap­par­ently breaks out in the sea­son fi­nale of “Su­per­nat­u­ral” as Sam, Dean and Castiel are thrown into an epic bat­tle. Mean­while, Jack be­comes dis­en­chanted with all the lies, and an old friend from the past shows up. (8 p.m., The CW).

FRI­DAY: In the creepy new se­ries “Cham­bers,” a young heart trans­plant pa­tient is haunted by eerie vi­sions and sin­is­ter im­pulses. So she be­comes des­per­ate to dig up the truth be­hind her donor’s mys­te­ri­ous death. The cast in­cludes Si­van Alyra Rose, Uma Thur­man and Tony Gold­wyn. (Net­flix).

SATUR­DAY: Af­ter a two-year wait, “The Son” re­turns to fin­ish off the saga of the wealthy Texas fam­ily. Pierce Bros­nan stars as ruth­less Eli McCul­lough, a man who will stop at noth­ing to se­cure his legacy against the back­drop of the nascent oil in­dus­try of 1917. (9 p.m., AMC).

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