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Tuesday: ‘Justified’ ends the season with big trouble

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(L-R) Timothy Olyphant as Deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens and Walton Goggins as Boyd Crowder

Justified (10pm, FX) - In tonight’s Season 5 finale, Raylan targets an assassin and Boyd finds himself in yet another bind. While speaking of Raylan, Boyd and Ava, Timothy Olyphant, who plays Raylan, recently told a Television Academy panel: “Those three people, at the end of this season, they’re all in big trouble.”

Also on tonight . . .

The Mindy Project (9pm, Fox) - Two more new episodes tonight. In the first, Mindy and Danny try dating, but the new relationship is tested when Danny’s ex shows up selling pharmaceuticals. Next, Mindy mulls taking a new job when her idol tries to woo her from the practice.

About a Boy (9pm, NBC) - Fiona intrudes on Will’s poker night, while Marcus goes on his first sleepover.

Growing Up Fisher (9:30pm, NBC) - Katie gets her driver’s license, only to discover she must shuttle Mel all over town.

Frontline : Secret State of North Korea (10pm, UNC-TV) - “Frontline” looks at life inside North Korea, featuring undercover footage from inside the country and interviews with defectors. The report includes a former prison came inmate-defector who smuggles American and South Korean entertainment into the country and a South Korean TV show that features North Korean defectors.

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