Run for the border

Conan O’Brien does his best to repair U.S.-Mexico relations with “Conan Without Borders: Made in Mexico,” the latest prime-time special to take advantage of O’Brien’s ability to yuck it up as a stranger in a strange land. Guests during his trip to Mexico City include former Mexican President Vincente Fox and “Star Wars: Rogue One” star Diego Luna.

9 p.m., TBS

Time commitment

“Time: The Kalief Browder Story” goes deep on the plight of a black student who spent three years in prison without ever being convicted of a crime. This is a horror story well worth exploring, but presenting it as a six-part documentary may limit its potential viewership. Based on the first two episodes, it seems as if the producers, who include Jay Z, could have found a way to present Browder’s story as a more accessible two-hour movie.

9 p.m., Spike TV

Justice for all

Dick Wolf’s assembly line of crime procedurals keeps humming along with the addition of “Chicago Justice.” Philip Winchester and Carl Weathers are among the familiar names navigating the political, legal and media arenas. The series premieres after the latest crossover episode of its sister series “Chicago P.D.” and “Chicago Fire.” Now if only Wolf would start musing on a new battery of shows with “Minneapolis” in the title.

9 p.m., KARE, Ch. 11

Neal Justin