MONDAY BEST BETS
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.