QUEER EYE Stream on Netflix. After bringing their infectious brand of self-love to New York City for World Pride, the Fab Five are back for the fourth season of “Queer Eye,” serving up new looks, new renovations and newfound confidence to a handful of men and women in the Kansas City area. And this season, the gang gets personal, revisiting the grooming specialist Jonathan Van Ness’s alma mater, to make over his former orchestra teacher. “You have literally saved people’s lives,” Van Ness tells the teacher in the emotional trailer for Season 4. “Mine included.” Needless to say, you should have some tissues handy.
COMEDIANS IN CARS GETTING COFFEE Stream on Netflix. Jerry Seinfeld has turned the seemingly benign activities of driving around and grabbing coffee into a brilliant opportunity for comedians to showcase their humor. Over 10 seasons (first on Crackle before moving to Netflix), the comedian has gone rug shopping with John Mulaney, poked fun at Portland stereotypes with Fred Armisen and picked up President Obama for a spin around the White House grounds. Now he’s back with a new season of caffeine-fueled interviews, where he’ll chauffeur around fellow comics like Ricky Gervais, Matthew Broderick, Seth Rogen, Martin Short and Eddie Murphy in various souped-up rides.
WONDERS OF THE MOON 10 p.m. on BBC America. Saturday is the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, an encounter that largely symbolizes mankind’s long fascination with Earth’s neighboring satellite. This special program, part of BBC America’s Space Week, explores that fascination, delving into the moon’s influence on pop culture and the natural world. The episode covers blood moons, super moons and total eclipses, and takes viewers into the depths of the South Pacific, where coral reefs breed in sync with lunar cycles, and takes a look at Hong Kong’s mid-Autumn harvest moon festival. And thanks to the use of lowlight cameras, viewers will be able to see the moon its natural light, a welcome upgrade from the black and white images 600 million people huddled around their TVs to see half a century ago.
LOS ESPOOKYS 11 p.m. on HBO; Stream on HBO platforms. This off-kilter horror comedy has been described by Fred Armisen, one of its stars and creators, as “the other side of Scooby-Doo.” Drawn from science fiction and the magical realism found in telenovelas, this joyous Spanish-language series follows a gang of scary-movie aficionados who start up a for-hire horror-production business to spook people. In the season finale, the group works to create a fake dream to help put an insomnia patient to sleep. And Andrés (Julio Torres) uncovers answers to his parentage, while Tati (Ana Fabrega) finds a solution to her debt worries. If you’re looking for something to fill the void now that the first season is over, check out “My Favorite Shapes,” the oddball comedy special from Torres, an “Espookys” creator alongside Armisen and Fabrega, debuting on HBO in August.