Pinning them down

Earlier this month, “Last Week Tonight With John Oliver” put WWE boss Vince McMahon in a verbal headlock over the health problems he dealt some of his wrestlers. Don’t expect the sport to get any relief from the six-part docuseries “Dark Side of the Ring,” which, as the title suggests, is prepared to dive headfirst into controversy, such as the various allegations hurled at the Fabulous Moolah and the locker-room brawl that led to the death of Bruiser Brody.

8 p.m., Viceland

Nature calls

The docuseries “Our Planet” is really just a continuation of “Planet Earth” with David Attenborough still on board as the bowled-over narrator. The photography, captured in some 50 countries over a four-year period, is so stunning you probably won’t realize that you’re not learning much.

Now streaming on Netflix

All in the family

Aunties know best in “Queens of Mystery,” a six-part series in which three English women — older than Nancy Drew, but younger than Miss Marple — team up with their niece to solve crimes. These are the kind of G-rated adventures that go down well with a spot of tea.

Now streaming on Acorn TV

Neal Justin