“Zero Hour,” 7 p.m. and 8 p.m., ABC (new)
This canceled show comes to an end with two episodes. First, Hank has a dream that might help pinpoint Rachel’s location. Then, Hank arrives at New Jerusalem, and the fate of the world rests on his shoulders. So, no pressure or anything.
“13 Going on 30,” 7 p.m., E! (2004)
Jennifer Garner is adorable as a 13-year-old girl transported through time into her 30-year-old self, a la Tom Hanks in “Big.”
“Sam & Cat,” 7 p.m., Nickelodeon (new)
A river business tries to sabotage the girls by posting phony negative reviews on the Web.
“Billy Madison,” 8 p.m., ABC Family (1995)
Adam Sandler in maybe his best role, as a spoiled heir who must repeat all of school in six months to inherit his family’s business. Bridgette Wilson is his love interest, while a smarmy Bradley Whitford is his nemesis.
“Too Cute!” 8 p.m., Animal Planet (new)
What’s the perfect way to wind down a busy week? Some time with precious puppies. If you don’t have your own, check out the goldendoodles and West Highland white terrier featured tonight.
“Sinbad,” 9 p.m., Syfy (new)
This series closes as the crew of the Providence reaches the Land of the Dead.
“Do No Harm,” 9 p.m., NBC (new)
A gang is hired to mug Ian for a sample of his spinal fluid, but the plan goes awry when Jason is blackmailed to get rid of one of the gang’s rivals.