Wednesday TV: Paris Can’t Cook, Either

Paris Hilton puts down her poodle and picks up the sauce pan for her latest really series, “Cooking with Paris” (Netflix, streaming), in which she’s mostly learning on the job. 

As anchored as they are to their franchise acquisitions, the studio built on Mickey Mouse is still open to new approaches. A second season begins for the “Walt Disney Animation Studios Short Circuit Experimental Films” (Disney+, streaming).

“Marvel Studios Legends” (Disney+, streaming) hopes to boost its new animated series “What If…?” Aug. 11 with a review of characters that include Peggy Carter from the Avengers films, the Avengers Initiative and the Ravagers from “Guardians of the Galaxy.”

Fifteen years after the release of his film of the same name, Billy Corben’s “Cocaine Cowboys: The Kings of Miami” (Netflix, streaming) is a six-part documentary on the South Florida drug traffickers of the 1980s.

The second episode of the biography “Obama: In Pursuit of a More Perfect Union” (HBO, 9 p.m.) concentrates on the first presidential election bid of Barack Obama, marking his 60th birthday today. 

“Car Masters: Rust to Riches” (Netflix, streaming) returns for its third season.

Cats, bunnies and ducks are featured amid the cuteness overload on the special “World’s Funniest Animals: Summer Fling” (CW, 8 p.m.).

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