1 Mighty Ships
8 p.m. on (DIS) The hit series opens its eighth season with an episode devoted to the maiden voyage of Royal Caribbean’s Quantum of the Seas, a follow-up to an earlier episode about the world’s largest cruise ship, the Oasis of the Seas. That episode was the highest rated “Mighty Ships” program to date. Quantum of the Seas is loaded with such extras as surfing, sky-diving, bumper cars and a towering skypod.
2 Celebrity Family Feud
9 p.m. on (ABC) He shows football prowess as a New England Patriot, but how will Rob Gronkowski fare at guessing what a “survey says”? He and some of his relatives go up against Holly Robinson Peete’s clan — which also includes an NFL veteran, husband Rodney Peete — in this new episode’s first showdown.
3 Welcome to Sweden
9 p.m. on (NBC) Last summer’s Amy Poehler-produced sitcom returns for Season 2 with “Flash Mob/Frieriet,” as her brother Greg continues his starring role as celebrity agent Bruce, who has relocated to the title country to be with his true love Emma (Josephine Bornebusch). Here, he intends to propose to her, but he starts to get second thoughts after indications that she may not be sure about getting married.
10 p.m. on (SHO) Amanda, Nolan and Berlin ( Julie Benz, Grant Bowler, Anna Hopkins) find themselves at odds over a handsome arms dealer (guest star Ian Ziering) who is visiting Defiance. Nolan recruits a militia to help ward off the approaching Votanis Collective army, but the locals are skeptical that this is a war that can be won. Stahma’s (Jaime Murray) presence causes strife among the Omec in the new episode “The Beauty of Our Weapons.”
5 Save My Life: Boston Trauma
11:01 p.m. on (ABC) In the tradition ( and from the producers) of “Boston Med” and “NY Med,” this new, unscripted series visits several of America’s most renowned hospitals for firsthand views of challenging cases. The staffs of Boston Medical Center, Massachusetts General and Brigham and Women’s combine traditional treatments with personal skills to ensure the best possible care for patients — and the outcomes can be surprising. The program normally will air on Saturdays.
”Save My Life: Boston Trauma”