1) “Grown-ish” season-opener, 8 p.m., Freeform. As her senior year of college nears, Zoey has a plan: She and Aaron will host a vacation at a Mexican resort; their friends (shown here with her in an earlier episode) will savor sun, sex and alcohol. Alas, the alcohol soon prevails. Secrets are blurted, friendships are trashed … and there’s a major plot twist. “Grown-ish” is basically a comedy (a “Black-ish” spin-off), but the humor is fairly sparse. Instead, we get sleek visuals, smart writing and characters worth rooting for, flaws and all.
2) Basketball, 9 p.m. ET, ABC, with previews at 8 and 8:30. Here’s the second game of a best-of-seven series, with a fresh feeling. The Milwaukee Bucks won the championship a half-century ago, lost three years later, then didn’t reach the finals until now. The Phoenix Suns have also been there twice, in 1976 and ‘93, unsuccessfully. Soon, one of them will be the champion.
3) “Good Girls,” 9 p.m., NBC. Shaken by last week’s kidnapping, Annie (Mae Whitman) is desperate to not be alone. That sets up some terrific scenes – sometimes funny, sometimes sad, sometimes both. Meanwhile, Beth has two new ventures, just as forces tighten around her. There are lots of loose ends here, with time running out. After tonight, there are only two more episodes for the canceled series.
4) “Viva Las Vegas”(1964), 8 p.m. ET, Turner Classic Movies. Wait … when did Elvis films become classic? Each Thursday this month, TCM has four of them – many of them quite awful. Still, some are OK, including “Jailhouse Rock” (8 p.m. July 22) and this one. It has glitter, Ann-Margret and a great title song, plus “What’d I Say,” “Come On, Everybody” and more. It’s promptly followed by the awfulness – “Speedway,” “Spinout” and “Harum Scarum,” at 10 p.m., midnight and 2 a.m. ET.
5) “90210MG! The Cast Tells All,” 9 p.m., CW. This probably doesn’t rank alongside the “Friends” reunion in the big-events category. It brings together the cast of “90210” – not the one that caused a pop-culture fuss in the 1990s, but the sequel that drew modest interest, from 2008 to 2013.