1) “Miracle Workers” season-openers, 10 and 10:30 p.m., TBS, rerunning at 11. This arrives in spurts – a 15-month delay after the second season, a 22-month one after the third. Still, it’s worth the wait – fresh, funny and weird. The first three seasons took Daniel Radcliffe and Geraldine Viswanathan to Heaven (literally), a medieval village and a wagon train. Now they’re post-apocalyptic warriors (shown here), settling into suburbia. The result is erratic, but sometimes hilarious.
2) “Cruel Summer,” 10 p.m., Freeform. For teens, life can soar or crash in an instant. That’s especially true for Megan tonight, bouncing between the show’s time frames. In the summer of 1999, she and Luke are bright-eyed, recalling years of childhood play. That New Year’s Eve, as Y2K nears, her world wobbles. The next summer, it crashes. It’s a potent episode, perfectly played by Sadie Stanley.
3) “The Price is Right,” 8-9 p.m., CBS. For 51 years, this show was done in CBS’ Television City. Bob Barker hosted it for 35 years (before retiring at 83) and Drew Carey has done it for 16. “Price” recently had its final show there, before re-opening this fall at a glitzy new Glendale studio. Here’s a rerun of that finale, with one contestant trying the first “Price” game. For tonight, “The “Neighborhood” and “Bob (Hearts) Abishola” move to 9 and 9:30.
4) “Claim to Fame,” 8 p.m., ABC. Living together, strangers ponder whom each is related to. The first ones eliminated have been Neil DeGrasse Tyson’s son and Tom Hanks’ niece. Three more nieces remain, plus three brothers, two daughters, a son and a grandson.
5) “The Bachelorette,” 9-11 p.m., ABC. Barbie and bachelorettes seem like a match, symbolizing past eras of molded beauty. So now it may be appropriate that a group date will be built around the new “Barbie” movie. One difference: “Barbie” (from brilliant writer-director Greta Gerwig) is a satire; “Bachelorette,” to our knowledge, is not.