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7 p.m. on 11 CBS TheNeigh­bor­hood

Dave and Gemma (Max Green­field, Beth Behrs) pull out all the stops with their elab­o­rate plans to throw an un­for­get­table birth­day party for young Grover (Hank Greenspan) as he turns 7 in the new episode “Wel­come to Grover’s Birth­day.” When all that prepa­ra­tion goes off the rails, though, Mal­colm and Marty (Sheaun McKin­ney, Mar­cel Spears) are quick to step up with a so­lu­tion. Mean­while, Calvin’s (Cedric the En­ter­tainer) un­for­tu­nate choice of gift sends some­one to the hospi­tal. Tichina Arnold also stars.

8 p.m. on4 FOX The Pas­sage

Based on nov­el­ist Justin Cronin’s best-sell­ing tril­ogy, this thriller series fo­cuses on a se­cretmed­i­cal fa­cil­ity where sci­en­tists are ex­per­i­ment­ing with a dan­ger­ous virus that could lead to the cure for all dis­ease but also has the po­ten­tial to wipe out all hu­man life. Saniyya Sid­ney (“Fences”) and Mark-Paul Gos­se­laar (“Franklin & Bash”) star; Jamie McShane, Em­manuelle Chriqui and Henry Ian Cu­sick also are fea­tured. Film­maker Ri­d­ley Scott is among the ex­ec­u­tive pro­duc­ers.

9 p.m. on8 ABC The Good Doc­tor

The hospi­tal is still un­der quar­an­tine, and the chaos and noise of the emer­gency room threaten to over­whelm Shaun (Fred­die High­more) as this hit med­i­cal drama re­turns with the new episode “Quar­an­tine Part Two.” Else­where, while Mor­gan (Fiona Gubel­mann) strug­gles against long odds to keep her pa­tients alive, Dr. Lim (Christina Chang) fights for her own life. Despite the quar­an­tine, Dr. Me­len­dez and Claire (Ni­cholas Gon­za­lez, An­to­nia Thomas) des­per­ately search for a way to com­plete their pa­tient’s bone-mar­row trans­plant.

10 p.m. on 13 PBS In­de­pen­dent Lens

Res­i­dents of south­ern Louisiana have faced more than their share of en­vi­ron­men­tal threats, in­clud­ing dis­as­trous oil spills and cat­a­strophic hur­ri­canes, but the lat­est hazard is lurk­ing in the state’s bay­ous and back­wa­ters: mon­strous 20-pound swamp rats called nu­tria. These vo­ra­cious crea­tures na­tive to Ar­gentina were in­tro­duced to the Deep South dur­ing the Great De­pres­sion, when en­trepreneurs sought to breed the rats for their fur. Af­ter the fur mar­ket crashed in the 1980s, the nu­tria — who have no nat­u­ral preda­tors — ex­ploded in num­ber.

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