Don't miss these five shows

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Kevin Spacey stars in the third season of "House of Cards." (David Giesbrecht / Netflix)

Don't miss these five shows this week.

"Girls" Ray becomes a fiery community activist. Shosh has another awful job interview (although it introduces guest star Jason Ritter), and Hannah gets a chorus of sarcastic career advice - Elijah's suggestions are particularly sharp. 9 p.m. Sunday on HBO

"Legend of Lead Belly" Narrated by Clarke Peters (The Wire), this hour-long documentary examines the life and times of Huddie Ledbetter (a.k.a. Lead Belly), the prolific and seminal musician who first recorded while he was a prisoner at Louisiana's notorious Angola Prison. 8 p.m. Monday on the Smithsonian Channel23

"Parks and Recreation" series finale It's going to be tough to top last week's episodes with Johnny Karate's final curtain and guest star Bill Murray. But if anyone can mount a memorable swan song, it's Swanson, Knope, and the rest of those plucky uncivil servants from Pawnee. 10 p.m. Tuesday on NBC10.

"How to Get Away with Murder" season finale The twisty thriller is making an early exit with this two-hour conclusion, but the deck is stacked with lots of surprises, including what really happened the night of Lila's murder. 9 p.m. Thursday on 6ABC

"House of Cards" season premiere Hail to the Chief! Frank Underwood has ascended to the highest office in the land. But heavy lies the head. And low lie the approval ratings. Meanwhile, Claire has her own lofty ambitions. All 13 new episodes will be available for streaming Friday on Netflix.