It’s about time for a network summer replacement musical variety special.

Instead, there’s “Miley Cyrus: Endless Summer Vacation (Backyard Sessions)” (ABC, 10 p.m.), which makes its broadcast premiere after appearing on Disney+ in March to promote Cyrus’ eighth album “Endless Summer Vacation.”

Shot outside a former California home of Frank Sinatra, tonight’s version will be updated with a new interview and will also promote the 30-year-old singer’s latest single out this week, “Used to Be Young.” 

Evan Ahmad stars as a British teacher caught up in a supermarket robbery in Spain in the new series “Who is Erin Carter?” (Netflix, streaming).

The new thriller “How to Blow Up a Pipeline” (Hulu, streaming) is described as part “high-stakes heist, part radical exploration of the climate crisis.” 

In the new film “Transformer” (Hulu, streaming), a former Special Forces operative infiltrates the criminal underworld to retain his son.

The world of the Former New Edition and Bell Biv Devoe and member Michael Bevin is explored in the documentary “The Hustle of @617MikeBiv” (AllBLK, streaming). 

The animated “My Fairy Troublemaker” (Hulu, streaming) concerns a fairy who needs human help to get back to the fairy world. 

The Norwegian coming-of-age fantasy “Ragnarok” (Netflix, streaming) returns for its third and final season.