The King of Queens (8 p.m., CBS) has back-to-back reruns. In the first, Carrie throws a surprise party for Arthur, not realizing that all his friends hate him; in the second (8:30 p.m.), Doug has an embarrassing stapler accident. Everybody Loves Raymond (9 p.m., CBS) reruns the one where Debra tries to get Marie and Frank to go out with friends of their own, but Ray has trouble separating from his Mommy. The new cable series Resurrection Blvd. (10 p.m., Showtime) premieres. Tony Plana, Michael DeLorenzo and Elizabeth Pena head the cast of this drama about an East L.A. Latino family whose younger members are searching for a way out of the barrio. The new animated series Spy Groove (10 p.m., MTV) pits a pair of stylish male secret agents against the forces of bad fashion.
ABC and the Discovery Channel whip up a little publicity for the opening of the George Clooney seafaring adventure movie "The Perfect Storm" with a pair of tie-in specials. Vanished (8 p.m., ABC), which is a rerun, chronicles the real-life adventure of the Gloucester, Mass., fishing boat the Andrea Gail (the subject of "The Perfect Storm"), which sailed right into a humongous "storm of the century" in 1991. The Storm (9 p.m., Discovery) covers pretty much the same ground, but includes scenes from the movie. In Part 3 of The 1900 House (9 p.m., check local times, PBS), Joyce hires a maid to do the back-breaking housework; Paul enjoys having a servant to order around. A new Peter Jennings Reporting (9 p.m., ABC) special, "The Search for Jesus," offers scholars' differing interpretations of the life, words and impact of Jesus.
Wimbledon, early-round play (noon, TNT)
Sparks at Mystics (7 p.m., ESPN)
Rosie O'Donnell (syndicated) Teri Hatcher, John C. Reilly
David Letterman (CBS) TBA
Jay Leno (NBC) Mark Wahlberg, Jason Alexander
Politically Incorrect (ABC) John Salley, Lesley Ann Warren
Conan O'Brien (NBC) Jane Seymour, Beck (rerun)