Tuesday TV: Familiar Looking ‘Queens’

“Queens” (ABC, 10 p.m.), a new series about a 90s girl group who decide to reunite actually has a couple of one-named stars from the 90s in the cast — Eve and Brandy. But it doesn’t look like it has the fun or self-awareness of “Girls5Eva,” the Peacock comedy that preceded it, or even “The Salt-N-Pepa Show.” Nature Naughton and Nadine Velaquez also star in the series from Zahir McGhee, formerly of “Scandal.” Tim Story of “Barbershop” fame, directed tonight’s debut.

It gets a big boost by the two-hour debut of “The Bachelorette” (ABC, 8 p.m.), which stars Michelle Young, who seemed too smart to be involved (and too good a catch to be dropped) in season 25 of “The Bachelor.” At least now the odds are better for her, though it seems a lot of the suitors get more involved in bickering with one another.

The career and advocacy of Helen Keller is retold on “American Masters” (PBS, 9 p.m., check local listings).

The NBA season officially begins with Milwaukee at Brooklyn (TNT, 7:30 p.m.) and Golden State at the Lakers (TNT, 10 p.m.).

The comedian and podcaster’s latest comedy special “Theo Von: Regular People” (Netflix, streaming) was shot in Nashville. 

“The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula” (Shudder, streaming) begins its fourth season, proving that RuPaul doesn’t own the patent on such a competition. 

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