Roy (John Corbett) and Paris (Kim Raver) on NCIS: Los Angeles. (Cliff Lipson/CBS)

RETURNING SHOW: The Detroit-based family-owned and operated pawn shop is back for a seventh season on “Hardcore Pawn” (truTV at 9), as the owner, Les Gold, works with his kids to successfully run the store.

FINALE WATCH: Four models are left on the Season 1 finale of competition reality series “The Face” (Oxygen at 9), and before the winner is chosen, the contestants must participate in a runway show. And in the end, the one who impresses the coaches — supermodels Naomi Campbell, Karolina Kurkova and Coco Rocha — wins a contract to become the face of a national brand.

It’s the conclusion of the two-part “NCIS: Los Angeles” (CBS at 9) episode, which is also serving as a backdoor pilot for the latest spin-off, about a group of mobile agents — called the NCIS: Red Team — who travel the world solving crimes together. Stars of the new potential drama, John Corbett and Kim Raver, join with the L.A. team to track down a terrorist.

In the second half of documentary “180 Days: A Year Inside an American High School” (WETA, MPT at 9), which goes through a year at Washington Metropolitan High School in the District, the film takes a closer look at the lives of the students.

The roommates head to Chicago to comfort Nick and help with a family funeral on “New Girl” (Fox at 9), which means they also get to meet all of his family members.

It’s a “Friends” reunion on “Go On” (NBC at 9) as Ryan, played by Matthew Perry, goes on a date with a widow, also known as guest star Courteney Cox.

Mindy sets out to sabotage a potential new neighbor when she finds out that her ex-boyfriend’s ex-girlfriend wants to move into her building on “The Mindy Project” (Fox at 9:30).

Kate has a steamy tryst with a mysterious man she meets at a political event on “Body of Proof” (ABC at 10), but she quickly realizes she may have made a mistake when she finds out the man may have been involved in the murder of a young girl.

“Late Show With David Letterman” (CBS at 11:35) hosts real estate mogul Donald Trump and musical guest Pegi Young.

Singer Keith Urban, chef Paula Deen and a performance by Django Django are on “The Tonight Show With Jay Leno” (NBC at 11:35).

— Emily Yahr