1) “The Neighborhood,” 8 p.m., CBS. It’s the 100th episode of a show that often seems loud and blunt – especially compared to the superb “Bob (Hearts) Abioshola” thtat follows – but has good intentions. Originally about distrusting the white newcomers to a Black neighborhood, it’s now about neighborly friendship. Jerry O’Connell (shown here) guests, in a story about getting tickets to “The Talk.”
2) “That’s My Jam,” 10 p.m., NBC. Imagine what it would sound like if an opera singer did “The Thong Song” … or Led Zeppelin did the “Titanic” ballad. Jason Derulo and Nicole Scherzinger do great work on those tasks, in a rerun of the fun season-opener, facing Kelsea Ballerini and Julia Michaels. This show is moving to Mondays, with new eppsodes starting next week; “The Wall” and “The Weakest Link” begin their seasons Tuesday.
3) “Fantasy Island,” 9 p.m., Fox. Katie Stevens – the former “American Idol” contestant who was excellent in “The Bold Type” – brings some zest to a show that clearly needs it. As usual, “Fantasy Island has a predictable main plot, a lame sub-plot and a bloodless portrayal of Elena Roarke, the islandmaster. But then there’s Stevens, as a med-school drop-out with a princess fantasy. She keeps us watching, giving the show some spark.
4) “The Voice (NBC) and “American Idol” (ABC), both 8-10 p.m. “Voice” pauses for a week, to look back. Judges pick their favorite moments and combine to sing “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You”; also, there’s a retrospective of best (or oddest) moments from Blake Shelton. Next week, contestants have their one-on-one “knockout round” … which is basically what “Idol” has tonight.
5) “The Good Doctor,” 10 p.m., ABC. Shaun nervously awaits the test results about his friend and mentor, Dr. Glassman; now Glassman pauses to offer some fatherly advice. Meanwhile, Lum argues with Andrews about a patient … and reveals her issues with Kalu’s return.