Conan O’Brien returns with his revamped late-night show. And “Many Sides of Jane” offers an intimate look at life with dissociative identity disorder.
What’s on TV
CONAN 11 p.m. on TBS. The late-night host Conan O’Brien unveils his show’s new look and 30-minute format with Tom Hanks as guest star. The revamp will give “Conan” a more casual feel: O’Brien will be wearing fewer suits and will do away with the desk, bringing the audience closer to the action. “If I hadn’t changed this up, I can’t say how many more years I could have done it the same way, every night,” he said in a recent interview with The New York Times. Among the guest stars on this week’s episodes: Bill Hader, Tig Notaro and the cast of “The Good Place.”
THE CONNERS 8 p.m. on ABC. The first season of this third “Roseanne” incarnation — brought about by the thorny end to the revival that debuted last spring — wraps up with a momentous offer for Darlene (Sara Gilbert) and worrisome news for Becky (Lecy Goranson). In his review for The Times, James Poniewozik called the show “unsettling and raw and fitfully funny,” and said it feels more like the original “Roseanne” than the reboot did.
SIESTA KEY 9 p.m. on MTV. As far as reality series on islands go, “Siesta Key” is definitely more of a “Love Island” than a “Made in Staten Island.” Season 2 opens with a wild birthday party, but surely, drama is around the corner.
MANY SIDES OF JANE 10 p.m. on A&E. Three years ago, Jane Hart, a 28-year-old mother of two, received a diagnosis of dissociative identity disorder. In this new six-part documentary series, Hart welcomes cameras into her home to show how she navigates parenting while living with more than nine identities, or what she calls “parts,” and to shed light on a condition that is largely stigmatized and misrepresented by Hollywood. “The goal is not to get rid of my parts,” Hart says. “It’s to help them work better together — for all of us.”
STELLA’S LAST WEEKEND (2018) Stream on Hulu; rent on Amazon, Google Play, Vudu or YouTube. This unconvincing romantic comedy is a family affair, both onscreen and off. Nat and Alex Wolff, who last shared the screen on Nickelodeon’s “The Naked Brothers Band,” star as the brothers Oliver and Jack. When they reunite at their family home in Queens for a farewell party for their ailing dog — thrown by their zany mother (played by the stars’ real-life mother, Polly Draper, who also directs) — Jack learns that Oliver’s new girlfriend, Violet (Paulina Singer), is an aspiring ballet dancer whom Jack fell for eons ago but who never returned his calls.
9 MONTHS WITH COURTENEY COX 9 p.m. on Facebook Watch. The “Cougar Town” star narrates this documentary series that follows couples across the country as they deal with the unexpected highs and lows of pregnancy. Stream new episodes on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.