1) “Blackberry,” 10 p.m., AMC. At its peak, we’re told, Blackberry had 45 percent of the cell-phone market; now it has zero. That story was told in a movie that (with scenes added) is now this mini-series (shown here), continuing Tuesday and Wednesday. Jay Baruchel, Matt Johnson (who wrote the script) and Glenn Howerton (“It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”) star in a story that includes one scheme to move the Pittsburgh Penguins hockey team to Canada.
2) “NCIS,” 8-11 p.m., CBS. Even during a strike, with few options, viewers showed little interest in “Loteria Loca.” CBS dropped the show halfway through its 10-episode run, replacing it with reruns. Tonight’s first and third ones reflect on agents’ pasts – a troubled time for Parker (Gary Cole) and an undercover assignment for Torres (Wilmer Valderrama). The second hour includes a gender-reveal party that went horribly off-track.
3) “Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test,” 9 p.m., Fox. It must be a tough test, because half of the contestants have dropped out in five episodes. Now, a week from the finale, the field includes two Olympians (Bode Miller and Erin Jackson) and five people who first found fame in reality shows – Jack Osbourne, Nick Viall, Tyler Cameron, Tom Sandoval and singer-dancer JoJo Siwa.
4) “Independent Lens,” 9-11 p.m., PBS; concludes, 10-11 p.m. Tuesday. Victoria is a Texas city of 65,000, 52 percent Latino and 37 percent white. When its mosque was burned down in 2017, more than a million dollar in donations arrived to rebuild it. This documentary looks back at the case (including the arrest and trial) and at three of the Muslim men who built lives in this conservative Christian town.
5) ALSO: “The Voice” continues its “knockout round” tonight on NBC. That’s at 8 p.m., with “The Wall” scheduled to borrow the 10 p.m. slot. That means no “Irrational” tonight; if you’re looking for a crime show, you could try “Hidden Assets,” streaming at www.acorn.tv. It’s the start of the second season of a stern show that has an Irish detective sergeant finding herself at odds with a Brussels cop.