It takes a woman

Bette Midler may be getting nothing but accolades for her Broadway performance in “Hello, Dolly!” and Carol Channing will forever be associated with the role, but in terms of the sheer number of spectators, you can’t beat the millions who have watched the 1969 film starring Barbra Streisand. While the movie was not a commercial success, it did get an Oscar nomination for best picture. No nod, however, for its director, Gene Kelly.

8:30 p.m., Retro

In dreams

“Roy Orbison: Black and White Night 30” is a testimonial to the rock ’n’ roll crooner’s influence on a generation of superstars. The 1988 TV special, restored to present the concert in its original order, features Elvis Costello, Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt, Tom Waits and Bruce Springsteen. With friends like that, who needs Traveling Wilburys?

8:30 p.m., TPT Life

Addicted to love

Alice Braga returns for a second season of “Queen of the South,” a drama about a Mexican woman who seeks revenge on the drug-trafficking ring that wiped out her husband. Producers promise more romance this time around.

9 p.m., USA

Neal Justin